Fees and Funding - Undergraduate Courses Starting in 2020
Our fees are as follows:
- 2020 entry: £9,000
The tuition fee will not change during the course of the academic year. However, if you are undertaking a programme of more than one year's duration, you should note that the tuition fees for subsequent years of your programme are likely to increase to £9,250 for each year, in line with the limits set by the Office for Students.
The College will update the tuition fee amount on the Pearson College London website, and where there is a discrepancy between a printed publication (e.g. prospectus) and the website, the website should be taken as correct.
Funding for UK students
Tuition fee loans
For students to be eligible for this funding, they must be studying a qualifying course at a recognised or listed body.
Tuition fee loans are loans from the student finance companies for England, Scotland and Northern Ireland and the money will be sent directly to us to pay your tuition fees. If you're a full-time student, you may be eligible to get a loan of the full amount to pay for your tuition fees.
If you are domiciled in Wales, then you may be eligible for a tuition fee loan for any of our Business Management programmes, but unfortunately due to Student Finance Wales funding rules, they will not fund the Accounting, Law or any of the Escape Studios programmes.
Maintenance fee loans
If you’re planning to study full-time, you may also apply to get a Maintenance Loan to help with your living costs. You can apply for this when you apply for a Tuition Fee Loan. The amount you get depends on your household income and you’ll get money at the start of each term.
To apply for student finance, please visit the gov.uk website.
You may be entitled to extra funding if you’re from a low-income household, you have children or adult dependents, you have a disability or you’re a care leaver. Find out more on the gov.uk website
Repayment of your Tuition Fee Loan or Maintenance Loan begin in the April following your graduation, provided that your gross income is over £494 a week or £2143 a month. If you’re employed, your repayments will be calculated by your employer and taken directly from your salary, then, at the end of the tax year, they’ll be sent to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
We want to make sure that talented students with potential can succeed on our degrees, regardless of your financial situation. That’s why we offer a great range of scholarships.
You’ll automatically be considered for a scholarship if you attend and pass one of our Professional or Creative Workshops. Winners are selected by our tutors based on your performance at the Workshop.
All scholarships are provided as a tuition fee waiver for the first academic year and any offer will be conditional on you accepting us as ‘Conditional Firm’ or ‘Unconditional Firm’ if applying through UCAS. Please see our terms and conditions for full details.
We offer simple, affordable payment plans to help you spread the cost of your tuition fees.
To find out more please contact our Admissions team via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.