HE Fees & Funding
One of the benefits of studying at Bridgwater College is that the fees are generally lower than those charged by most universities, while courses are still delivered in high quality facilities and in small personal groups.
Courses starting from September 2016
For students new to higher education from September 2016 there will be a Tuition Fee Loan and a Maintenance Loan available to eligible applicants. There are additional support packages available for those with other circumstances including those with dependents or who are disabled. Applications may be made online at direct.gov.uk from Spring 2016. You will need to have a bank account as grants and maintenance loans are paid directly into your account by the Student Loans Company Ltd. You will be asked to provide evidence of any claims you make.
Students who do not apply before the deadline dates might not receive their loan in time for the start of their course. www.gov.uk/student-finance
The Facts About Fees
If you are having or have had difficulty understanding the fees and funding associated with higher education, the following is a short animation produced by Student Finance England (SFE) that may help to explain things for you.
It is also worth looking on YouTube for films by Martin Lewis, Money Saving Expert, who gives independent advice on how student loans work.