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YOU MAY NOT HAVE TO PAY FEES!
As from 1st August 2011 the rules relating to fees and cost will change and only the following categories will be eligible for the remission of fees:
Evidence of all of the above is required at enrolment.
For further details on course fees and remission contact Student Services on 01909 504500.
Subject to eligibility the College may also be able to provide financial help for travel costs or essential course-related equipment, materials, field trips and financial hardship. For more information click here pdf
You will be given the opportunity to join the Student Union which will entitle you to lots of benefits and discounts. For more information you can contact Student Services on 01909 504500.
The Army offers the Further Education Bursary programmes to people who want to get qualified before they join the Regular Army. Its aim is to support you while you’re at school or college and guarantee you a training place when you finish.
The bursary is worth £1000 for each year you study (up to 4 years), and a £1000 bonus when you complete Phase 1 training. It’s available for Level 2 or 3 vocational courses and A levels. To apply, you have to be aged between 16 and 32 years old.
During your course, your own Army Careers Adviser will give you support and advice. They can help you organise work experience or an Insight Course to see first hand what Army life is like.For more information visit http://www.army.mod.uk/join/20109.aspx or contact your local Army Careers Adviser.
THINKING ABOUT GOING TO UNIVERSITY?
Consider these things:
If you have any concerns or questions about university, please contact the Guidance Team on 01909 504763 or email@example.com or book an appointment through Student Services 01909 504500, firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information see http://studentfinance-yourfuture.direct.gov.uk/
There is help and support for students at University and College who have difficulties due to: A disability, an ongoing health condition, sensory impairment, such as hearing loss or sight problems, a mental health condition, a specific learning difficulty, e.g. dyslexia. For more information visit http://www.yourdsa.com/