Cambridge Regional College - Centre of Vocational Excellence

16-19 Bursary

Students aged 16–18 years old

Students who are aged 16-18 (from 31st August 2019) will not normally be expected to pay any tuition fees, registration fees or exam fees for their course, but you may have to pay for other course related costs.

16 – 18 Discretionary Bursary

This discretionary bursary may be able to offer assistance with any college fees (e.g. kit/additional activities/visits/books) which are considered essential to your participation on the course.  Assistance may also be given for transport, either using the college bus or public transport or own transport.  Learners aged over 16 but under 19 on 31st August 2019 with a gross household income of £28,000 per annum or less can apply for assistance.  There are normally no registration, tuition or exam fees for learners aged under 19 on full time courses, however exam retakes may be charged.

16-19 Vulnerable Learner Bursary

If you are in care or are a care leaver or you’re independently receiving Income Support or other benefits, you may be entitled to receive funds from our 16-19 Bursary.

Free meals

Free meals will be offered to learners aged between 16 -18 on 31st August 2019 whose gross household income is under £16,190 per annum. 

16 – 19 Childcare

Learners aged under 20 on 31st August 2019 who have a child that needs childcare while they attend college can receive assistance through Care to Learn.  This covers childcare costs up to £160 per week per child.

Cambridge Campus Status

The Cambridge Campus is open as normal.

Huntingdon Campus Status

The Huntingdon Campus is open as normal.