For course information please
use the Course Finder above.
The fees you pay are dependent upon a number of different criteria, these include your age, whether your course is funded or not, what your personal circumstances are and whether your course is supported by student loans.
Any trips that are essential to your course will be included in the fee we charge or will be free if you qualify for free fees. However, learners may have an opportunity to go on additional trips and visits while at College, because these additional trips are not mandatory for you to achieve your qualifications, learners will be charged should they choose to participate in this extra-curricular activity.
If you are studying a publicly funded programme of study you will not have to pay any fees.
If you study a course that is not supported by public funding you will have to pay the published fees in full – see payment methods.
Students re-sitting a course or part of a course studied at North Nottinghamshire College will have to pay for each examination re-taken.
Student Support There is a support fund to hep with travel, childcare, bursaries and hardship. Phone Student Services on 01909 504500 for further information.
If you are studying a publicly funded course you may have to pay fees, this will depend upon your personal circumstances. The fees are as follows:-
Tuition Fees – these depend on the length and type of course being studied.
Please note: some funded courses last more than one year. All courses described as 2 years will have tuition fees payable in year two. If in any doubt please check when you enrol.
Awarding body registration, examination and/or certification fees
Depending upon your personal circumstances you may be eligible to have your fees remitted or get financial help towards the published fee.
Learners will be entitled to 100% remission of ALL FEES if they are in any of the following categories:-
Valid benefit documents must be produced at the time of enrolment. We are unable to complete your enrolment until your benefit status is verified.
Please note – students on Universal credits with PIP should print their covering letter from the online system – as this is the only place the PIP is identifiable. If you do not have a printer available please bring your login details (login and password) so that we may print or view the evidence we require to remit your fees.
All students included in the categories above are entitled to 100% remission of ALL their fees. You may have fees to pay in year 2 if your circumstances change.
Student Support Depending upon your personal circumstances and household income, you may be entitled to Financial Support to help towards childcare, travel, hardship etc.. Phone Student Services on 01909 504500 for further information.
Courses and Apprenticeships at Level 3 and Level 4 studied by Learners aged 24 or above on the start date of the course are not publicly funded.
However, some Level 3 and Level 4 courses and Apprenticeships at Level 3 and Level 4 are supported by 24+ Advanced Student Loans. Students have the following choices for payment of their study:-
Courses at Level 3 and Level 4 studied by Learners aged 24 or above that can not attract a 24+ Student Loan must be paid for in full.
Student Support There is a support fund for students on 24+ Advanced Learning Loans that may be accessed for financial assistance towards childcare or hardship payments. Phone Student Services on 01909 504500 for further information.
HNC’s and HND’s are not publicly funded. Students should apply to the Student Loan Company (website: www.slc.co.uk) for a Higher Education Loan.
Please note: Students can claim up to four years of HE Loans. If you claim two years doing an HNC and HND, you would only have two years left to do a degree therefore your HNC/HND should allow direct entry to year two of your chosen degree to avoid having to pay for an additional year in HE. Should you want to do a three year degree after claiming two years for your HNC/HND you would have to fund one of the years yourself.
Student Support There is a small support fund for students on HE courses. Phone Student Services on 01909 504500 for further information and help you with you r application.
There is no reduction in fees for full-cost or non funded courses. They must be paid in full.
Student Support There is no financial support for student studying full cost or non funded courses.
Please bring your passport with you so that we may check the details to determine whether you are eligible for funding. If you have not been legally resident in the EEA for the last 3 years or you normally reside outside of the EEA you may not be eligible for funding and will be charged at a full cost rate. This is a complex area, and there are other criteria so please contact Student Services on 01909 504500 for further information.
You can pay by the following methods:-
If your course is being paid for in whole or part by your employer, you will need to bring :-
The College will then invoice your employer for their contribution.
The College will endeavour to run all courses as advertised, however there are occasions where it is not viable to run the course due to low numbers. Course fees will be refunded if the College closes a course and no suitable alternative is offered. If you withdraw at any time after enrolment it is at the college’s discretion if you are entitled to a refund. If you feel there are special circumstances then you may appeal against this decision. You must complete a refund form to claim a refund of fees if you leave the course yourself.
Students studying funded courses or courses support by Student Loans may be able to access financial assistance through the Student Support Funds. The funds can help with the cost of course fees, childcare, transport, travel etc.
Contact Student Services on 01909 504500 for further information and an application form.
For students retaking an examination there is a minimum charge of £25 per paper or the awarding bodies published retake fee, whichever is the greater.
Any information given about course costs is provided only as a guide as the College reserves the right to review its fees at any time.