Higher Education

Higher Education


Tuition Fees

Taking a higher level course is a big financial investment. Most students have to take out a student loan to cover the costs of tuition fees. Some students also need a loan to as well as the costs of living.

You can take out tuition fee and maintenance loans to cover these costs.  You will only start repaying your loan once your income reaches a certain level. All the information and how to apply for a loan via www.studentfinancedirect.co.uk.

All enrolments and payments can be made via our website – www.bexhillcollege.ac.uk

Payment Advice
Any fees you are paying yourself, can be paid online via our website. If you need advice or support with this process the Finance Department is situated at the main Bexhill College site in. Penland Road. Open from 9.00 am - 3.00 pm. Telephone: 01424 214545 (Select option 4).
What facilities and support are available to me?
If you are following a qualification course and have paid your College deposit, you can have access to the College’s Learning Resource Centre during normal College hours and until 7.00pm on Mondays. You must have a Student ID card to access this facility. Extra study support is available for students on exam based courses who have difficulties coping with the demands of their course. Details can be obtained from Student Services.
What other important information should I know about?
Changes to Details: Although we have made every effort to ensure that the information in this booklet is accurate, details are subject to change and the College reserves the right to make such changes as are deemed necessary.
Problems: We hope that everything goes well with your course, but sometimes problems arise. Therefore, if you are unhappy with our service, please let us know so that we can learn for the future. If you have a complaint, please raise it in the first instance with your tutor. If you are still unhappy with the situation, you can follow the complaints procedure and write to the Principal. We shall always try to respond quickly and constructively.
Course Viability: If the number of students on your course falls below a certain level (usually 6 students) the College reserves the right to make changes to the offer to enable the course to run where possible. These changes may include:
  • reducing the total hours of the course
  • reducing the number of weeks
  • amalgamating with another group As a last resort we reserve the right to close the course.
As a last resort we reserve the right to close the course.

Please see our website for further information.

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