Tuition fees for new entrants in the 2021 academic year have been set at just £7,500 per year for full-time graduates, which is lower than many other higher education institutions. We believe in making our provision as accessible and cost effective as possible, meaning you’ll get value for money as well as a great experience. If you think you can’t afford to study for a higher education qualification, don’t hesitate to get in touch with our student support team. We provide a range of financial support through bursaries to eligible students studying for all of our higher education programmes. To make an enquiry or to find out more, please give us a call on 01482 598942.
Student loans are available to cover the cost of your tuition fees from Student Finance England for both full and part-time study. Please note that you won’t start paying this back until you’re earning at least £494 a week before tax and other deductions.
If you have any questions about higher education student finance and support, please contact Student Finance England on 03001000607. Further information on student loans and finance is also available on the Student Finance England website: www.gov.uk/student-finance.
Our fees for part-time higher education students are a maximum of £5,250 per year. The cost of the programme you study will be the full-time equivalent of £7,500, with the fee distributed across your part-time mode of study. To find out more, please visit: www.gov.uk/student-finance/part-time-students.
Student loans are available to cover the cost of tuition fees from Student Finance England for both full and part-time study. Again, you'll only start making repayments when your income is over the UK Repayment Threshold. For details of this and more, take a look at the Student Finance Guide via the following link: https://media.slc.co.uk/sfe/quickstartfinanceguide/
£500 Providing additional £500 bursaries for students to improve their positive progression into employment.
The aim of this bursary is to increase positive destinations for students that are in an awarding year of their degree. This is targeted towards underrepresented students from Mature, Disabled and Quintile 1 (IMD) groups in the final year of a programme to support opportunities into highly skilled employment,
£1,000 per year for a maximum of two years of continuous study.
The aim of this bursary is to increase the number of students who disclose that they are care leavers so that additional support can be provided. All applicants and students who provide evidence of being a care leaver will be eligible for this bursary. Eligible students will receive this bursary each year for a maximum of two years of continuous study.
£500 per year for a maximum of two years of continuous study
Providing progression bursaries for students progressing onto our Foundation Degree programmes from further education. Eligibility for this will be for students from Deprivation IMD (2015) Quintiles 1 & 2. Eligible students will receive this bursary each year for a maximum of two years of continuous study.
£1000 per year for a maximum of two years of continuous study
To be eligible, students should be above the age of 21 and be from Quintile 1 (Deprivation-IMD). Eligible students will receive this bursary per year for a maximum of two years of continuous study. This includes support for postgraduate opportunities.
Students who are eligible for any of the above bursaries will be identified based upon the details provided at enrolment. Students will only be eligible for one award and this shall be the higher amount.
Students will be contacted from October requesting bank details in order to make payments which will be in three instalments.
The college follows the best practice guidelines as set out by the National Association of Student Money Advisors.
For more information please see the Hull College Higher Education Hardship Fund policy document