It's important to know whether there are fees associated with your course - and how to make payments to the college
whether tuition, exam or administration – don’t apply to courses for students aged 16-18.
For Adult 19+ and HE courses, fees are shown on course-specific pages.
Payment for your course can be made here.
If your course’s tuition fee is over £299, you can spread the cost over four equal payments. Your first payment – which will need to include any exam and administration fees relevant to your course – will need to be paid during enrolment.
If future instalment payments can’t be processed because of insufficient funds:
- An additional administration charge will be added to your account
- You won’t be able to continue your course studies or sit exams
- You won’t be able to use most of the college’s facilities anymore
You will be able to continue your course when overdue fees have been paid.
If you leave your course, you’ll still need to pay any tuition, exam or administration fees relevant to that course.
If your employer or sponsor is paying your course fee, they’ll need to sign an Employer Agreement form. You’ll then need to bring it with you when you enrol.
Call us on 020 3667 0333 if you need a copy of the form.
Dependent upon your circumstances, you may qualify for financial support. Read more about the support available, who qualifies, and who to contact, here.
Loans are also available for Adults 19+ and HE students to help with tuition fees and living expenses.
You can learn more about the Advanced Learner Loan here.
For more details about HE student loans, check the government's website.
As part of your course you may need to buy course materials or pay for trips.
There is also a charge for replacing lost ID cards.
Payment for these expenses can be made here.
Library fines and costs of photocopying, binding etc. should be made directly at the Learning Resource Centre.
If you have any queries about paying fees, call 020 3667 0035 or send us an email.