Learners aged 19 and over on 31st August 2020 will normally pay registration, tuition and exam fees in addition to kit, additional activity, visits or books. However, there is lots of financial support available, and in some cases, your tuition fees may be waived. On this page you will find information about the bursary which is financial support for essential kit, equipment, activities and visits. And further information of who to contact regarding financial help with tuition fees.
The 19+ Bursary offers assistance to learners studying a level 1, 2 or a first full level 3 qualification. To be eligible the learner must be aged 19 or over on 31st August 2020 with a gross household income of £28,000 or less. Please apply by completing the bursary application form and providing the applicable evidence. For more information please contact Student Advice at firstname.lastname@example.org
Funding for 19+ Childcare is available through the college 19+ Discretionary Bursary. The contribution is for the days the learner is timetabled to be in college (a maximum of £160 per week per child) and the provider must be Ofsted registered. The fund will not cover any registration fees, food, pick-ups or childcare costs over college holidays (eg. half term, Easter, Christmas, summer holiday). Please apply by completing the bursary application and childcare assessment form with supporting applicable evidence For more information please contact Student Advice at email@example.com
To be eligible for Advanced Learner Loan Discretionary Bursary you will be:
Please apply by completing the bursary application form and providing the applicable evidence. For more information please contact Student Advice at firstname.lastname@example.org
You may qualify for free tuition on courses leading to a full Level 2 or Level 3 qualification if:
You would still need to pay for the registration, exam fees and any other costs associated with your course. Please contact our Student Administration team on 01223 226347 for more information and fee advice.
Eligible learners are able to take out an Advanced Learning Loan to cover some or all of the College course fees. These loans are administered through the Student Loans Company with a minimum loan available of £300 to cover fees for an eligible full Level 3 or higher qualification. Click here to find out more about Advanced Learner loans.
Higher Education students are able to apply for a Higher Education study loan or grant from Student Finance England.
Learners aged 19-24 on 1 September 2020 who have an up-to-date Learning Difficulty Assessment (LDA) or Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which references CRC as the education provider will not be charged for any tuition, enrolment or exam fees, or for registration fees to external validating bodies. There may be additional costs associated with the course such as visits, kit/equipment or additional activity but these will be clearly communicated to potential learners in advance.
Financial assistance with additional associated costs is available via the bursary. Please apply by completing the bursary application form and providing the applicable evidence. For more information please contact Student Advice at email@example.com
Instalment plans can be arranged for fees of £350.00 or above. The standard plan would be for one deposit on enrolment and three equal monthly instalments. In exceptional circumstances, a special arrangement plan might be agreed with the Finance office.
For further information please call 01223 418344 or 226347.