Hull College Finance Department

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Hull College Finance Department

Fees & Finance

Tuition fees for new entrants in the 2017 academic year have been set at just £7,500 per year for new full time graduates, which is substantially lower than other higher education institutions.  We believe in making our provision as accessible and cost effective as possible, meaning you get value for money as well as a great experience.

Part-time Students

Hull College fees for part-time Higher Education students are currently in the range of £3,000-£4,500, depending on the programme of study. Part-time students from England do not have to pay their tuition fees upfront.

Student Loans

Student loans are available to cover the cost of tuition fees from Student Finance England for both full and part-time study, but you won’t start paying these back until you’re earning at least £21,000 per year.

If you have any questions about Higher Education student finance and support, please contact student services on 01482 598942

Further information on student loans and finance is available from the Student Finance England website www.gov.uk/studentfinancesteps

Financial Help

The Advanced Learner Loan is a student loan similar to degree study loans, but for the further education sector.

Loans are available to help you with the costs of studying a qualification from Level 3 up to Level 6. This does not affect your legal entitlement to full funding for your course if you are aged 19 to 23 and do not already hold a full Level 3 qualification or above. Those who already hold a Level 3 qualification or above and all those aged 24 and over will need to either self-fund or apply for a loan.

You can apply for a loan to pay the tuition fees towards your course, which will be paid directly to the college on your behalf.

Unlike a bank loan, your monthly repayment will be based on your income and repayments will then only start once you are earning over £21,000 per year. Repayments start at as little as £7 per month (based on an income of £22,000 per year before tax) meaning that this is a great way to access courses that previously, for financial reasons, may have been out of your reach.

Where do I apply?

Apply online or download an application form from https://www.gov.uk/advanced-le…

You can also get more information from your local college in Hull, Goole or Harrogate, or by downloading our fact sheet below

Additional Financial Support

The Learner Support Fund (LSF)

The LSF is funded by the Skills Funding Agency (SFA) and is available for students over the age of 19 on the 31st August in the year of entry. The fund is prioritised for those who face financial hardship, and can be used to help with financial emergencies, travel costs, essential course equipment, materials, trips and childcare costs (for Ofsted registered childcare). For more details or to check whether you are eligible to receive the Learner Support Fund, call our friendly Student Finance Team on 01482 591404.

Get in touch

Hull College
Queen’s Gardens
Hull
HU1 3DG

Call us 01482 329943
Send an email info@hull-college.ac.uk