As a full-time or part-time Bury College University Centre student you won’t need to pay any up-front fees. You can also apply for a loan to cover your tuition fees.

If you are eligible for a loan this will be automatically paid by the Student Loans Company and then transferred into a student loan account in your name. Additional financial support may be available for some full-time courses, subject to specific conditions. Student Finance England have provided a lot of useful information. Please click here for details. 

Access

Fee

Access to Higher Education Diploma

£3,022

Art and Design

Art and Design UAL Foundation Diploma

£5,421

Beauty

Beauty Management FdA

£7,500

Beauty Management BA (Hons) Top up

£7,500

Business

Business Management BA (Hons)

£7,500

Catering and Hospitality

Hospitality Management HNC and HND

£7,500

Childcare

Working with Children and Families (Children, Young People and Families) BA (Hons)

£7,500

Engineering

Engineering HNC and HND

£7,500

Hairdressing

Hairdressing Management Foundation Degree (FdA)

£7,500

Hairdressing Management BA (Hons) Top-up

£7,500

Healthcare

Healthcare Practice HNC

£7,500

Social and Community Work HNC and HND

£7,500

Media

Creative Media Production HND

£7,500

Media Make-up

Design Media Make-up Foundation Degree (FdSc)

£7,500

Public Services

Public Services HNC and HND

£7,500

Science

Applied Sciences HNC and HND

£7,500

Sport

Sport and Exercise Science HNC

£7,500

Teaching

Certificate in Education (Cert Ed 14+ / Lifelong Learning)

£7,500

Professional Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE 14+ / Lifelong Learning)

£7,500

Travel

International Tourism Management BSc (Hons)

 

 

£7,500

 

 

Part-time

(Course fees for 2019/20)

Fee

Childcare

Teaching Assistants (Primary) Foundation Degree (FdA)

£3,800

Teaching

Certificate in Education (Cert Ed 14+ / Lifelong Learning)

£3,800

Professional Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE 14+ / Lifelong Learning)

 

£3800

 

  

Bursary for progressing Bury College students

Bury College University Centre is able to offer additional support if you are progressing directly from a Bury College Level 3 full-time course onto a full-time higher education course. A £500 bursary will be paid each academic year of your course in two instalments and is subject to the conditions detailed below:

  • You must have commenced an undergraduate course of study in September 2021 or later at Bury College University Centre and be paying full-time tuition fees. Fees must be paid via tuition fee loan or you must be self-funded.
  • You must be a full-time UK/EU undergraduate studying a higher education course at Bury College University Centre.
  • The bursary will be paid to you on your first higher education course and not on subsequent courses.
  • You must have successfully completed a Level 3 qualification (e.g. A-levels, Advanced Diploma, or Advanced Apprenticeship) at Bury College in the academic year 2020/21.
  • Payments will be made in two instalments (50% in October and 50% in April) of each consecutive academic year of undergraduate study subject to achieving at least 90% attendance and satisfactory academic progress.
  • Payments will be terminated if you withdraw, are suspended, transfer to another institution or fail your programme of study.

 

Paying back your fees

 

For further information on the financial help available and how to apply please go to: www.direct.gov.uk/studentfinance

For further information on student loan repayment click here. 

 

Additional information about financial support can be found by contacting our Advice and Guidance centre on:

0161 280 8280

Email: guidance.centre@burycollege.ac.uk

or Student Finance England on:

0300 100 0607 

or by visiting:

www.direct.gov.uk/studentfinance

 

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