Fees & Bursaries
For further information about Home fee status, please refer to The UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA) website.
If you are studying for your first university-level qualification you can apply to get a loan from the UK government to cover the cost of your tuition fees whilst you are studying. Students who have previously studied in Higher Education may not receive support for their course and should contact Student Finance England for clarification. Depending on circumstances, you may also be entitled to a maintenance loan .
For further information visit: www.gov.uk/get-undergraduate-student-loan
You will only start to pay back this loan after you have left university and you are earning over £25,000 a year. Your payments will stop if your earnings drop below this level.
International students will be charged £9,000 per annum and the college will be happy to help you with any CAS or Visa enquiries.
We provide hardship payments to students struggling to meet their basic living costs. Eligibility is based on an assessment of household income and expenditure. Full details can be found in our Access and Participation Plan. For further information, or to apply, please contact email@example.com
You may be eligible for an East Sussex College Higher Education bursary of up to £500. Full details can be found in our Access and Participation Plan. For further details contact the HE Bursaries Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To check if you might be eligible, please read the Higher Education Bursary Information Sheet. Once you have read the information sheet you can apply online at https://escg.paymystudent.com/portal/. Please also read the Applying online guide.
Further information on loans, grants and bursaries can be found at www.gov.uk/browse/education/student-finance.
You can also see our tuition fee policy here: Tuition Fee Policy.
A student loan can help you to cover the cost of your degree. You can apply for a Tuition Fee Loan, to cover the cost of your course, and a Maintenance Loan, to help you with the cost of living to cover things like rent and food.
We recommend that you apply for your Student Finance when it opens in February of the year you’re planning to study, as you only have three months to apply.
We know that student finance can be a tad confusing, but our expert admissions team will be able to help you with anything you’re stuck with.
You can find out more and apply for student finance at gov.uk/apply-online-for-student-finance