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There are 4 easy steps to applying to City College Norwich:
  1. Choose which courses you want to apply for!
  2. Add courses to your Shortlist
  3. Register an account
  4. Complete online Application form.
If you have any questions please contact the Advice Shop on 01603 773311.
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Higher education funding

Full Time Higher Education Students

From 2016-17 the cost of a full-time higher education course at City College will be £7,500 per year. Please note the BSC in Aviation will cost £9,000. However if you are studying on a full-time HND programme - the fee will be £4,410 (The fee for International students will be £9,450).

Student loans

You would normally be eligible for a tuition fee loan from Student Finance England to cover the cost of these fees. There may also be maintenance loans available depending on your circumstances.

Find out more about student loans >

Student loans do not have to be paid back until after you complete your course and you are earning at least £21,000.

If you have dependent children you may also be eligible for other help such as a parent’s learning allowance or a child care grant. If you are disabled you may be eligible for a Disabled Student’s Allowance.

Paying by Tuition Fee Loan    

If you are eligible for a tuition fee loan from Student Finance England - please bring proof of your application with you when you come to enrol. If you do not bring this paperwork then you will be required to pay 25% of your fee.

If your employer is paying

If your employer is paying your fees, they must complete an Employer Authorisation form and sign and stamp it to confirm that they agree to pay your fee.

We need to receive this form at least 10 days before your enrolment appointment, or you may be asked to pay a deposit. The Employer Authorisation form can be downloaded at www.ccn.ac.uk/applying-course or can be requested by telephoning 01603 773012.

If we cancel a course which you have paid for, we will give you a full refund. If you withdraw from your course early you will be liable for some of the fee on a pro-rata basis. If you are eligible for a tuition fee loan the fee on withdrawal will normally be covered i.e. 25% in term one, 25% in term two and 50% in term three.

Paying fees yourself    

Our college offers an instalment plan to spread the cost of fees. If you are on a course which lasts 15 weeks or more and the fees cost more than £100, you can pay by instalments. The instalment plan requires you to pay 25% of the fee on enrolment and the balance will be collected by direct debit in equal instalments over the following 3 months.

The college accepts payments for tuition fees as cash, cheque or via most major debit and credit cards.

Part Time Higher Education Students

Tuition fee loans will normally be available to you if you study on a part time HE course. For more details about this scheme see:

Find out more about students loans >

Fees for part-time Higher Education courses are usually charged at the rate of £583 per 15 credit module.

If you are eligible for a tuition fee loan please bring proof when you come to enrol. If you do not bring proof - you may be required to pay 25% of your fee at enrolment.

Disabled Students' Allowance

If you face extra costs because you have a disability - then you may be able to get help from the Disabled Students' Allowance scheme.

Find out more about the Disabled Students' Allowance >

Council Tax Exemption

If you study full-time, our College can provide you with a council tax exemption certificate which you can pass to your local authority.

Need more information?

More advice about Higher Education funding is available from the Advisers (Finance) - Jane Simpson or Rachel McGrath in the Advice Shop on 01603 773 773 or via financialadvice@ccn.ac.uk

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