Please see individual courses for fee listings.
Continuing students can get their latest course fee information from Academic Services.
All University Centre Colchester (UCC) students should confirm their eligibility for new or continuing student fees by referring to the University Centre Colchester (UCC) Fee Policy below. The Fee Policy also contains information with regards to payment schedules.
What if my employer is paying my fees?
If your employer is paying your fees you will need to bring a completed Employer Authorisation Form with you when you enrol:
For further information please contact Registry (01206) 712555.
If you are attending, or are hoping to attend, a Higher Education course and you require advice on any of the following; the Student Services Finance Adviser may be able to help you.
- Applications to the Student Loan Company for Loans and Grants
- Advice on student funding including University Centre Colchester scholarships
- Hardship Funds
- Self-financing or work supported study.
We encourage you to apply for a full-time loan as soon as possible, even if your place is not yet confirmed.
To learn more about loans and how to apply for a loan please see Student Finance England.
These downloadable guides include information on:
- Money you may be entitled to
- How and when your money will be paid
- Repayment examples an example of repayments rates for when earn above the threshold after graduating.
Student Finance England’s new Postgraduate Loan application service is now open! If you plan to take a postgraduate master’s course from 1 August 2016, you may be able to get a Postgraduate Loan of up to £10,000 to help with course fees and living costs.
The loan isn’t means tested, so is not dependent on your income or your family’s income. The quickest and easiest way for students to apply is online at: https://www.gov.uk/postgraduate-loan
For further information on Postgraduate Loans, students can visit SFE’s student finance zone on The Student Room which has been updated with a dedicated Postgraduate Loan section and includes answers to some of the most frequently asked questions.
We also accept the ELC credits from the Ministry of Defense The ELC scheme provides financial support in the form of a single up-front payment in each of a maximum of three separate financial years.
ELC funding is only available for pursuit of higher level learning i.e. for courses that result in a nationally recognised qualification at Level three or above on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) (England and Wales).
Please speak to our team who are able to process the claim for using your credits at University Centre Colchester.
University Centre Colchester Travel Scholarship Bursary 2019/20
The University Centre Colchester Travel Bursary has been created by University Centre Colchester to help eligible students from low income households with the costs of attending higher education study. The travel bursary is in addition to any other loans and grants that students might receive.
The Travel Bursary will be offered to new students commencing undergraduate courses in September 2019.
For full time students the bursary normally comprises of a £500 travel payment in the first year of study.
For part time students the scholarship comprises a pro-rata travel payment in their first year of study.
To apply for the Travel Bursary students must meet the following criteria:
- Be ordinarily resident in England and eligible for UK home fees;
- Have an annual declared household income of £25,000 or less;
- Register for a Bachelors or Foundation degree, Cert Ed, Cert HE, Dip HE, or PGCE at University Centre Colchester with first enrolment in 2019/20;
- Be enrolling for the first year of your higher education study at University Centre Colchester;
- Apply to Student Finance England for student finance.
You are not eligible for the Travel Bursary regardless of meeting the above criteria if you are:
- A student directly continuing from one course to another (for example from a foundation degree or HND on to the final year of your honours degree);
- A student transferring to University Centre Colchester on any year of study other than year one from another institution;
- Any student whose fees are paid or part-paid through a sponsorship arrangement or is in receipt of a fee waiver/discount.
- The bursary is intended to provide support with travel to the college or other locations required by the course.
- University Centre Colchester will provide the travel payment in the form of a bus pass, rail card or valid ticket reimbursement.
- No cash alternatives will be offered for the travel payment.
- Applicants must be able to provide evidence of meeting the conditions of the scholarship (household income).
- Applicants will only be approved if they provide adequate proof to the Student Finance England regarding their household income and agree to share this with University Centre Colchester.
HOW TO APPLY
Applications for the 2019/20 University Centre Colchester Travel Bursary will be accepted from spring 2019.
Further information on how to apply will be made available early in 2019.
If you have any queries about the UCCTB please ring (01206) 712432 or email email@example.com
For 2019/20 University Centre Colchester is offering discounts for new students on its postgraduate courses.
The discount will apply to all those holding a full Bachelor’s Degree (gained at either University Centre Colchester or any other UK degree awarding provider).
Eligible courses for the Postgraduate Discount in 2019/20 are:
- MA Education
The discount will be applied at the point of registration. For 2019/20 this will represent the following reduction on the annual tuition fee for the first year of full-time study, or first two years of part-time study, only:
- First Class undergraduate degree: 20 %
- 2:1 undergraduate degree: 15 %
- 2:2 undergraduate degree: 10 %
The discount is not awarded in combination with other University Centre Colchester discounts. If a student is eligible for more than one University Centre Colchester discount, the discount with the greater value will be applied.
NB: A copy of degree certificate will be required to obtain the postgraduate discount and University Centre Colchester reserves the right to remove the discount in the event of any fraudulent claim being discovered.
Disabled Students’ Allowance (DSA)
As a higher education student living in England, you can apply for a Disabled Students’ Allowance (DSA) if you have a disability, including a:
- long-term health condition
- mental health condition
- specific learning difficulty, eg dyslexia
You can get help with the costs of:
- specialist equipment, eg a computer if you need one because of your disability
- non-medical helpers
- extra travel because of your disability
- other disability-related costs of studying