The Hull College Group has set its Higher Education fees at a level of £6400 per year for new full-time undergraduate students at Hull, Goole and Harrogate. The cost of fees is competitive, but importantly our students receive a high quality academic experience with outstanding tutor support.
The Group also offers additional financial support to ensure that it continues to offer opportunities for students from disadvantaged backgrounds to benefit from higher education.
Hull College fees for part-time Higher Education students are 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. You can get a loan to cover the cost of your tuition, which you only start to pay back when you are earning over £21,000 a year. Further information on part-time student finance is available from the Student Loans Company www.slc.co.uk/england
National Scholarship Programme (NSP)
The main purpose of the NSP is to benefit individual students from disadvantaged backgrounds directly as they enter Higher Education (HE). Each eligible student will receive a benefit of not less than £3,000 (full-time and pro rata part-time) and no more than £1,000 of the overall award is to be provided as a cash bursary.
Hull College Group welcomes applications for four Wilberforce Scholarships, which are available to support students studying for a Foundation or Honours Degree. The selection process includes an application form, personal statement and focuses upon community engagement, social responsibility and citizenship. The scholarships are presented at the HE Awards Ceremony in October.
Awards for Academic Achievement
Hull College Group nurtures and supports student academic achievement, including additional financial awards for students entering with an academic profile of AAB, DDD or equivalent. The Awards for Academic Achievement will be in the form of a £1,000 cash benefit and a £1,000 fees discount.
HE Access to Learning Fund
The Access to Learning Fund can provide extra help if you’re in hardship and need extra financial support. We will look at your individual circumstances, but you may, for example, be able to get help for course or living costs that are not already covered by other forms of financial help, emergency payments to cover unexpected financial crises, or extra support if you are thinking of giving up your course because of financial problems.
HCUK Progression Bursary
We also offer an additional generous bursary package to Hull, Goole and Harrogate College students progressing from a Level 3 course to a Higher Education course or from a Foundation Degree to Honours, provided by the Hull College Group. Eligible Higher Education students could be entitled to receive £500 (1 year only).
The STEM Bursary is for students studying in one of the following fields; Construction, Engineering, Sport, Health, Computing or Creative Digital. £1,000 is paid to eligible students in equal instalments of £500 per year for the first two years of study.
If you have any questions about Higher Education student finance and support, please contact student services on 01482 598942 or call into the Chesters reception foyer and speak to a member of our dedicated team.
Mike Tierney BA (Hons) Graphic Design D&AD Award Winner 2012
“With the help of my tutors I finished with a First Class Honours degree and had a full-time paid design job lined up as soon as I finished my course. Good times ahead.”