Student Finance, Will I have to pay for my course?
Tuition fees for your course are shown on the relevant course page. If you are applying for Student Finance, please do so as soon as possible so that you do not encounter delays with your student finance. Further information about student finance can be found on our Money Matters page under Student Services.
If I want to pay for my studies myself, how do I do this?
Students paying for their course will need to do so at enrolment in September. We can take a credit card, debit card, cash or cheque. The College can usually set up an instalment plan for you.
Can my employer pay for my course?
Yes. Your employer must complete an Employer’s Undertaking Form which can be downloaded from Study > Prospectuses & application/enrolment forms > or you can collect a form from Student Services. Give the completed form to Student Services when you enrol. Wiltshire College will then invoice your employer for your course fees.
What if I have not been resident in the UK/EU or EEA for 3 years?
If you have not been a resident in the UK/EEA for the last 3 years, you may have to pay the overseas fees, which are higher than the home student fees. It depends on your immigration status and the course you are enrolling on. Contact the HE Admissions team for more information.
Are there any university level bursaries available to help me?
Students studying a Bournemouth University course or an Oxford Brookes University course, should refer to the respective university websites for details of bursaries available. Details of Wiltshire College bursaries are available on our website Student Services> Money Matters>.
University student policies and procedures
The college reviews policies, procedures and guidance each year to ensure they remain fit for purpose, are compliant with external agencies and reflect organisation change that may impact the terms referenced within the documents such as changes to function names or staff job titles. Please refer to the HE Student Handbook and the HE Student Terms and Conditions.
Undergraduate programme specifications
Programme specifications are intended to provide a standard format for describing Higher Education courses, in line with the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) guidelines. Every taught course has a programme specification (also called Definitive Record), describing the course aims, structure, content, the learning outcomes and the teaching learning and assessment methods.
While programme specifications are produced mainly for internal use, they also contain information useful to current and prospective students and other stakeholders. The link to the programme specification is on the course information section for each course.