Fees

Fees 2018-19

First year students:

First year tuition fees (before student loan financing) for our three year BA (Hons) Early Years Development and Learning (Norland) degree, for a September 2018 entry, will be £14,487.

Fees for successive years 2019-20 and 2020-21, are subject to annual review and will increase by up to 5% each year.

Tuition fees are invoiced in equal amounts termly and are due immediately on the first day of each term. Norland College does not give credit.

Registration Fee

The registration fee at Norland College is £250. This fee is charged once only, and is due on the first day of the first term only. For future first year students, this fee is subject to an annual review and will increase by up to 5% each year.

Materials Fees

There is a materials fee for our sewing module of £10. This fee is payable each year of study, and is due on the first day of the first term of each year. This fee is subject to an annual review and will increase by up to 5% each year.

Uniform Costs

The total cost of the Norland uniform is approximately £800, which should cover the three years of training at Norland. Further details can be found here

Fees Summary for 2018-19 for first year students:

  Tuition Fee Registration Fee Materials Fee Total Termly Fees*
Term 1 4,829 250 10 5,089
Term 2 4,829     4,829
Term 3 4,829     4,829
Total 14,487 250 10 14,747


* before tuition loan funding

Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Check

All first year students must complete a DBS check during Induction Week, which currently costs £56. The recommended annual update service then costs £13 per year. Without the update date service an additional £56 DBS check will be required at the beginning of the NQN year.

Second and Third year students:

Tuition fees are invoiced in equal amounts termly and are due immediately on the first day of each term. Norland College does not give credit.

Materials Fees

There is a materials fee for our sewing module of £10. This fee is payable each year of study, and is due on the first day of the first term of each year. This fee is subject to an annual review and will increase by up to 5% each year.

Fees Summary for 2018-19 for second and third year students:

  Tuition Fee Materials Fee Total Termly Fees*
Term 1 4,829 10 4,839
Term 2 4,829   4,829
Term 3 4,829   4,829
Total 14,487 10 14,497


* before tuition loan funding

 

Fees 2017-18

First year students:

First year tuition fees (before student loan financing) for our three year BA (Hons) Early Years Development and Learning (Norland) degree, for a September 2017 entry, will be £14,133.

Fees for successive years 2018-19 and 2019-20, are subject to annual review and will increase by up to 5% each year.

Tuition fees are invoiced in equal amounts termly and are due immediately on the first day of each term. Norland College does not give credit.

Registration Fee

The registration fee at Norland College is £250. This fee is charged once only, and is due on the first day of the first term only. For future first year students, this fee is subject to an annual review and will increase by up to 5% each year.

Materials Fees

There is a materials fee for our sewing module of £10. This fee is payable each year of study, and is due on the first day of the first term of each year. This fee is subject to an annual review and will increase by up to 5% each year.

Uniform Costs

The total cost of the Norland uniform is approximately £800, which should cover the three years of training at Norland. Further details can be found here

Fees Summary for 2017-18 for first year students:

  Tuition Fee Registration Fee Materials Fee Total Termly Fees*
Term 1 4,711 250 10 4,971
Term 2 4,711     4,711
Term 3 4,711     4,711
Term 4 14,133 250 10 14,393

* before tuition loan funding

Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Check

All first year students must complete a DBS check during Induction Week, which currently costs £56. The recommended annual update service then costs £13 per year. Without the update date service an additional £56 DBS check will be required at the beginning of the NQN year.

SECOND AND THIRD YEAR STUDENTS:

Tuition fees are invoiced in equal amounts termly and are due immediately on the first day of each term. Norland College does not give credit.

Materials Fees

There is a materials fee for our sewing module of £10. This fee is payable each year of study, and is due on the first day of the first term of each year. This fee is subject to an annual review and will increase by up to 5% each year.

Fees Summary for 2017-18 for second and third year students:

  Tuition Fee Materials Fee Total Termly Fees*
Term 1 4,711 10 4,721
Term 2 4,711   4,711
Term 3 4,711   4,711
Total 14,133 10 14,143

* before tuition loan funding

 

Accommodation

Click here for details and costs of accommodation.

 

Financial Assistance

Government Loans and Grants

Students from England and the EU

For students to be eligible for Student Loan Company funding, they must be studying a designated course. Courses at Norland College are designated each year by the Department for Education. This course has been re-designated for the 2017-18 academic year. We will make an application for this course to be re-designated for the 2018-19 academic year. We expect this process to be completed in early 2018. Visit the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) website for more information.

Loans for fees

If our BA (Hons) course will be the only Higher Education course you have studied, you can apply to Student Finance England for a student loan of up to £6,165 per year to cover the cost of your tuition fees. The amount you apply for is paid directly to the college by Student Finance England. You will be responsible for paying the difference between the fee loan borrowed and the total tuition fee payable to Norland.

The loan is not means tested and you will only need to start paying back the loan once you have left the course and are earning over £21,000.

Loans for living costs

A large portion of this loan is not means tested. It is available to contribute towards your living costs. You start to pay back these loans at the same time as you start paying back your tuition fee loan.

Grants for living costs

Unlike loans, grants do not have to be paid back. The amount you receive will depend on your family’s income.

For a Government guide on how to apply to Student Finance England for loans and grants, click here.

Students from Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland

There is a different process for applying for student finance if you are from Scotland (click here), Wales (click here) or Northern Ireland (click here).

 

Emily Ward Bursary

This bursary, named after the College founder, provides students with the opportunity to obtain a grant towards meeting the cost of their tuition fees.

Find out more about the Bursary