Some of the adult courses available at Sunderland College require you to pay a fee. If you’re unable to cover the cost of this up front we offer a range of options to help you pay for your course.
If the course you would like to study has a in the ‘help with costs’ column, then the course could be FREE through fee remission depending on your circumstances.
If you are unemployed, on a low wage and plan to seek a job after the course, or wish to progress onto more sustainable employment, then you may qualify for fee remission, provided you satisfy one of the following conditions:
If you’re not eligible for Fee Remission, you may be entitled to an Advanced Learner Loan.
If you are 19-23 and do not already have a full Level 2 or Level 3 qualification you will be able to study on one for free.
Alternatively if you need to attend an Entry/Level 1 course as an essential progression step to your first full Level 2 course, this will also be free.
Where the tuition fee is over £250 and the course lasts more than 20 weeks, instalment options are available. Please bring your credit/debit card to the enrolment session in order to set up your instalment plan.
This policy is a City of Sunderland College (trading as Sunderland College, Hartlepool Sixth Form and Northumberland College) policy and applies to all students and staff of those institutions. To see the document, click here
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