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Studying a Degree Level Programme or a professional qualification could be one of the best investments you make. Not only will it develop your knowledge and skills, but gaining a higher level qualification will help you to increase your employability and earning power.


Paying the Fees

If you are an eligible student studying for your first undergraduate degree you do not have to pay your fees up front. You can get a loan from the Government to cover the cost of tuition whilst you are studying. You only start repaying the loan when you are earning over £21,000 a year.


Already Have a Degree?

If you already have a degree and want to do another one, your tuition fees will be the same as on the course information pages. However, you will not be eligible for any help from the Government for tuition fees or other costs and you will not qualify for a National Scholarship or any other College funded scheme.


Welsh, Scottish or Irish Students

If you are from Wales, Scotland or Ireland, your tuition fees will be the same as on the course information pages. However, any help with your tuition fees or other costs will come from your relevant Government.


Franchised Courses

Courses franchised from the Universities of Greenwich and London South Bank, such as Counselling and Commercial Management are subject to the fee rates of the relevant validating universities and are payable direct to them. Applicants who are applying for a student loan need to put the University of Greenwich as the institution and Guildford College as the campus.


International Students

A separate fee scale applies to international students. International fees apply to you if your permanent residence is outside the UK or European Union. If you are an international student and would like more information about fees, contact our International Centre Tel:  01483 44 86 90 or email: international@guildford.ac.uk


Sponsored Students

If your employer is paying your fees on your behalf, you need to make sure that the College receives signed, written evidence or an authorisation to invoice form, on a yearly basis. If no authorisation form is produced, you will become liable for full payment of the fees.


Important Note

All fees and other information are current as at the present time, but are subject to change through government policy or for unforeseen reasons at the College’s absolute discretion. The fee payable is the fee applicable at the date of enrolment. Please check with the College for the latest information before enrolment.

Click here to see our Fees Policy.


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01483 44 85 00

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