- 91% agree that: My course has provided me with opportunities to explore ideas or concepts in depths.
- 89% agree that: The skills I have developed during my time in Higher Education will be useful for my future career.
- 82% agree that: My learning has benefited from modules that are informed by current research. Staff are good at explaining things.
- 80% agree that: I have been able to explore academic interests with other students. I have had the right opportunities to work with other students as part of my course.
The tuition fees for degree courses have increased from 2018/19, however the University Centre is using the increase in income to fund new initiatives to support students to enrol, to be successful and to progress to positive destinations.
The University Centre is using the income from higher fees for:
- A £500 Bursary Scheme which will be available for disadvantaged first-year (Level 4) students to access if attendance and progress meets targets.
- An increase to the HE Hardship Fund to support a broader range of students in different financial situations – including support for the cost of assessments for Disabled Student Allowance (DSA) applications and the cost of equipment provided through DSA.
Full details of the way the University Centre is seeking to widen access and participation in higher education can be found in the Access and Participation Plan.
Tuition fees for full-time higher education courses in 2020/21 are:
- £6,950 for HNC, HND and foundation degree (FD) courses
- £7,950 for BA (Hons) top-up degree courses
This fee will only apply to new students. If you are a current student enrolled on a two-year foundation degree or HND course in 2019/20 then you will be charged the same fee as your first year.
For a full list of the University Centre’s regulations and policies please click HERE.