Our course fees are currently under review – further information will be available shortly.
You can apply for tuition fee loans and maintenance loans to help with accommodation and everyday living while studying with us.
Apply for funding from Student Finance England. Some students may also be eligible for maintenance grants or a Special Support Grant to help towards studies; you can find out more from Student Finance. The loan schemes mean you only start to pay back your loan once you have completed your degree course and are working and earning more than £25,000 per year.
Disabled Students’ Allowance (DSA)
The Disabled Students’ Allowance (DSA) provides extra financial help to UK Higher Education students to allow them to meet the extra costs of studying as a direct result of a learning difficulty, disability and/or ongoing health condition. It is a non-repayable grant based on need, not income.
Apply via your Student Finance account
It is usually paid to the student or directly to the organisation supplying the service or equipment. The application process can take up to 14 weeks so start it as soon as possible.
Through DSA you may get help with the costs of:
- Specialist equipment or computer software
- A specialist support tutor
- Extra travel costs you have to pay because of your disability
- Other costs, like photocopying or printing costs
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An ESOL lecturer at Croydon College, who often uses their spare time to write poetry, fiction stories and plays, has recently published a short poetry e-book with Ghost City Press. The poetry has recently featured in the Guardian as part of the best poetry round-up....