Fees

With the rising cost of going to university, it makes sense to stay local to study for a university-level qualification.

Full-time learners

Our tuition fees for UK and EU learners studying full-time university level courses in 2016-17 were £6,000 per year. This is substantially cheaper than most universities which are charging between £7,500 and £9,000 per year.

Tuition fees for courses run with our partnership universities were also £6,000 for the same academic year. These fees should be used as guidance for the 2017-18 year.

Part-time learners

Our tuition fees for UK and EU learners studying part-time university level courses in 2016-17 ranged from £1,400 to £4000 per year, dependent on the number of module credits delivered each year. This is also substantially lower than most universities. If you do not already possess an HE-level qualification you could be eligible for a tuition fee loan resulting in no up-front fees, and you will only begin to repay the money once you are earning over £21,000 per year (under current rules).

Tuition fees for courses run with our partnership universities range from £1,500 to £4,500 for the same academic year.

These fees should be used as guidance for the 2017-18 year.