Our College course fees are made up of 3 parts:
If your chosen course is not Government funded (this means it is full cost), you will need to pay all fees (tuition, exam and college fee) associated with the cost of the course. This also means you cannot access any additional support that may be available in the College (DLSF Funds). However, you can access a City College instalment plan see Fee Payment Options which means you can pay the course fees over a set amount of time. You can also access a resource loan to help you with the resources costs for your course.
If the course you choose is Government funded, and starts this academic year 2013-14, you will not pay a tuition or exam fee if:
If you are 19+, you are unlikely to have to pay tuition for a course at City College if:
The information in brackets indicates the information or evidence you must bring when you are enrolling.
You are still likely to pay some costs (exam and College fees) associated with your course at City College if you are receiving one of the following:
The College is in the process of confirming which benefits is subject to additional support from the DLSF funds with regard to assisting with the payment of the exam costs.
If you select a course which has fees attached to it, and you have to pay, there are various payment options available for you. Please see Fee Payment Options.
If you are exempt from paying some of your fees, for example if you are claiming a benefit, you will need to show up-to-date evidence of this when you enrol (letter dated in the last 3 months). If your employer is paying your fees, you must provide us with a letter confirming this when you enrol.
If you are aged 24 at the start of your course and studying at Level 3 or above you will need to apply for a 24+ loan for courses starting in September 2013. Further information can be obtained here.
The College delivers many courses which are not Government funded, therefore are classed as full cost. Unfortunately regardless of your circumstances, these courses are payable in full.