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Fees and Funding

As part of our commitment to extending the benefits of higher education to as many people as possible, Tresham works hard to offer competitive fees for all its undergraduate programmes.

How much will my course cost?

Course fee information is detailed against individual course listings. For HNC/D courses delivered directly by Tresham, the 2018/19 fees are £5,950 per year for full time and £3,150 per year for part time.

Fees for courses offered in partnership with a university are set by the individual university that validates the course and can be subject to change. Whilst we make every attempt to ensure that the fee information against each of our courses is up to date please check with our Customer Services Team for the most current information.

Please note that all course fees should be paid within the first six weeks of term however we can offer flexible payment options to enable you to spread the cost of the course across the academic year. Alternatively many of our students apply for tuition fee loans as a way to cover the cost of their course.

Please click here to view our Fee’s Policy.

Can I get any help in funding my studies?

To cover the costs of tuition and study you can apply for:

Tuition Fee Loans (full and part time students)

  • Full time students don’t start repaying loans until they earn £21,000 or above
  • Part time students can apply for a Tuition Fee Loan (replacing the grant system)
  • Part time students who earn over £21,000 a year have to start paying back their loans after three years, even if their course hasn’t finished
  • Student Finance England pay the loan directly to the university or college
  • This loan does not depend on household income

Maintenance Loans (full time students only)

The maximum Maintenance Loan for new students starting from 1st September 2017 is as follows:

  • £8,430 if you live away from home and study at a university or college outside of London
  • £7,097 if you live at home

Maintenance Loans are available to help with your living costs while in higher education. These loans are paid directly into your bank account each term and are paid back when your income is over £21,000 a year.

These types of financial support are available through application to Student Finance England.

Financial Support for students with disabilities

As a Higher Education student living in England, you can apply for a Disabled Students’ Allowance (DSA) if you have a:

  • disability
  • long-term health condition
  • mental health condition
  • specific learning difficulty (e.g. dyslexia)

The support you get depends on your individual needs and not on income.  Disabled Students’ Allowances (DSAs) are paid on top of your other student finance and don’t have to be repaid. Our dedicated team can provide support and guidance when applying for DSA. No matter what your individual learning needs may be, we aim to ensure that the Tresham College higher education experience is accessible to you.

For more details click here.

Other types of support

Click on the following links for details of further support available:

Access to Higher Education

Student Finance England will write off any outstanding Advanced Learning Loans you owe for an Access to Higher Education course, once you complete a higher education course. The higher education course in question must be eligible for students finance – please speak to our Customer Services Team to check the current position.

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