Everyone has different needs, not only around learning but also in the support needed to come to college. If you’re aged 19 or over and on a further education course with us, financial help is available.
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|You will qualify for a fee waiver if you meet the eligibility criteria and, after the relevant deductions have been made, your residual household income is £25,000 pa or under.
NOTE: This does not apply to students aged 24+ attending a level 3 or 4 (non HE) programme of study, or students aged 19+ attending a second full level 3 or 4 (non HE) programme of study.
This support is not available for students aged 19-23 who do not already hold a full level 1 or 2 qualification and who wish to enrol on a course that is not designated a full level 1 or 2.
If your household income is under/up to £25,000 per year, you will be eligible for one meal a day at one college centre, to the value of £3 for each day you attend college.
NOTE: We are unable to offer cash support to adult Asylum Seekers.
You can apply for help with travel if you live 1.5 miles away from the college centre where your class /placement is.
Termly passes will only be renewed if you meet the 90% attendance requirement.