HE Student Information
Information, advice and guidance
Our Higher Education Student Support Advisors can offer specialist advice on all Higher Education courses and related matters such as fees and funding. In addition, the college’s team of Student Advisors are here to provide confidential and impartial support throughout your time at college. They are able to offer you unbiased help with a range of issues including course worries, finance, health and relationships.
Higher Education Student Support Advisors are based in the King’s Lynn campus and visit the Wisbech and Cambridge campuses on a regular basis. You can contact them directly by telephoning 01553 815373 or by emailing email@example.com
The college welcomes students with disabilities or other additional needs. We have students with a wide range of disabilities and learning difficulties (including dyslexia, epilepsy, mobility difficulties and mental health problems). The college is able to offer a wide range of support measures to enable you to successfully complete your course. If you consider yourself to have a learning difficulty or disability you can obtain additional support to help with your studies.
Disabled Students Allowance
Dyslexic students in Higher Education, who have been assessed as dyslexic, can apply to their funder for a Disabled Students Allowance. For more information, please download the factsheet here.
The cost of a course, known as a tuition fee, varies depending on which course you choose to take and whether you study full-time or part-time. Tuition fees contribute to the cost of a course, and include paying for staff, facilities and equipment. All universities and colleges charge a tuition fee each year for higher education courses; for 2013/14 and 2014/15, the government set a maximum charge of £9,000 a year for UK and EU students.
The College of West Anglia currently charges £8,000 per year in tuition fees for its full time degree courses (part time courses are pro-rata, £4000).
Fees for our HNC courses are currently £4,000 per year (£8,000 for the full qualification).
If you are a UK or EU student, studying your first higher education course, you can get a government loan for your tuition fees.
To obtain the most recent information on funding arrangements, you should contact Student Finance England (SFE). Both our full-time and part-time students may be eligible for student loans.
You will need to contact SFE as soon as you know that you are planning to enrol on a part-time or full-time undergraduate course even if, at that stage, you are unsure of the institution where you wish to study. You can find out more information, download the funding forms or complete the online application here.