Once the College has finalised its proposals for 2021/22 Tuition Fees more information will be published. Any proposals will be in line with Consumer Price Index, our Fee Policy and Government guidelines and requirements. Please note Foundation Degrees are qualifications in their own right and students progressing from a Foundation Degree to a top-up year are subject to a new fee.
It can be difficult to navigate through the maze of Higher Education fees, especially if you’re a mature student or have a family to look after.
We are on-hand to give information, advice and guidance and can help you find the best help available. We also have a means-tested College bursary available to help students with study and living costs.
Please contact our Admissions Team on 01756 693 881 if you feel you need financial help with your course
2019/2020 Full-time £6,750 | Part-time £1,125 per 20-credit module
Support for your studies
Craven College bursaries available for extra help with study and living costs
Widening Participation Bursary
Craven College strives to do all it can so that no eligible student has to withdraw from their course due to lack of financial support. The Widening Participation Bursary Fund is used to widen access to and remove financial barriers to participation in Higher Education wherever possible.
The bursary scheme is open to all full and part-time UK and EU students who commenced their studies after 1 September 2016 on the following programmes:
- Undergraduate Honours Degrees (including Top-ups)
- Foundation Degrees
- Higher Nationals – Certificates and Diplomas
- Initial Teacher Training qualifications
The Widening Participation Bursary comprises of different bursaries and scholarships, these include the Achievement Scholarship, Specialist Equipment Bursary, Specialist Work Placement Bursary and Care Leaver Bursary. For more information please contact Student Support Services on 01756 693 881 or email email@example.com
Student Finance England
Student Finance England offer a wide range of loans and grants including:
- Tuition Fee Loans – available for both full and part-time students to cover the cost of course fees
- Maintenance Loans are available for full-time students and are dependent on household income. They are designed to help towards living and travel expenses. From 18/19 Maintenance Loans will also be available for part-time students
- Dependant Grants including:
- Childcare Grant – means-tested grant with up to 85% of childcare costs covered
- Parents’ Learning Allowance – means tested grant for students with dependent children
- Adult Dependants’ Grant – a non-repayable grant to help students who have an adult who depends on them
Contact Student Finance England for more information.
Disabled Students’ Allowance (DSA)
Full and part-time students with a disability, mental-health condition or specific learning difficulty may be eligible for support through DSA. Applications must be made before the degree programme start date to ensure the appropriate support is available.
Apply for DSA through Student Finance England.