University Financial Support
For a full breakdown of our tuition fees go to: HE FEES 2020-21
HE Fee information for previous years: Historical HE Fee Information
*EU students may incur an international fee depending on their entry date into the UK. More information can be found at: ukcisa.org.uk
Higher Education Student Finance
Tuition Fees for the Cornwall College Group remain competitive and affordable for the forthcoming academic year. Student finance is available for most new learners starting a degree level programme. If you have not studied at degree level previously you can apply for funding by going to gov.uk/student-finance
What do we spend your tuition fees on? Our Value for Money Statement explains this in further detail:
Our Value for Money Statement
Tuition Fee loan
The majority of home and EU students (regardless of household income) can borrow up to the full tuition fee for their course from the Student Loans Company. Therefore, you won’t have to pay anything towards the cost of your tuition until completion of your studies. This applies to full and part-time programmes.
The money will be paid directly to us on your behalf and the earliest you start repaying is when your income is over £480 a week or £2,083 a month (before tax and other deductions).
You can also apply for a maintenance loan to help towards the cost of living, and this is paid directly to you. For full details please go to gov.uk/student-finance
Postgraduate Loan (MA/MSc)
Further information can be found at gov.uk/student-finance
If you are applying for Student Finance it is important that you do so as early as possible, applications open early in the New Year for the next September’s entry.
If you have previously studied at degree level we strongly advise that you contact Student Finance England to find out whether or not you are eligible for financial assistance.
The Cornwall College Group (TCCG) is delighted to offer a bursary for 2020/2021 to help support your university studies. Find out more and apply here.
Click here to read more about additional funds available until 31st March 2021 or until the fund has been fully utilised. Please return completed forms to the Student Experience Manager for your Campus of study.
We also have a HE Hardship Fund which is available all year to students experiencing financial difficulty. Please read more about it here.
Additional grants for students with dependents
If you have children or adult dependents you may be eligible for additional means tested grants, such as the Childcare grant, Parents’ Learning Allowance and Adult Dependents’ grant. More information can be found at: sfengland.slc.co.uk
Disabled Students’ Allowances (DSAs)
Disabled Students’ Allowances (DSAs) are extra help for HE students who have a disability, a mental-health condition or specific learning difficulty, such as dyslexia, ADHD or dyspraxia.
To find out how and when to apply for Disabled Student’s Allowance (DSA), watch this video:
To fill out a DSA form online, go to: gov.uk/disabled-students-allowances-dsas/how-to-claim
- Term dates
- How to apply
- Determination of Higher Education Programme Fees
- Withdrawing and suspending studies procedure
- Admissions policy
- HE Criminal Convictions policy 2020 – 2021
- Course transfer procedure
- Outstanding fees and deregistration procedure
- Repeating studies procedure
- Value for Money Statement
- Resuming study procedure
- Student change of address procedure
- HE Course Closure Refund and Compensation Procedure
- HE APL Application Form 2020-2021
- HE Public Information Procedure 2020-2021
- HE Accommodation Policy Procedure (Private Sector) 2020
- HE Terms and Conditions (HE Presribed Programmes) 2020-21
- The Cornwall College Group Higher Education Student Handbook 2020-2021
- Higher Education Student Engagement Strategy
- Cornwall College Access and Participation Plan 2020-2021 to 2024-25
- Cornwall College Access and Participation Plan 2019-2020
- Access Agreements Cornwall College 2018-2019