At University Centre Croydon (UCC) we believe that Higher Education (HE) should be as affordable as possible. We charge £6,000 a year for full-time home and EU students compared with £9,000 for degree courses at most British universities.
The Government’s tuition fee loan scheme allows you to go to college or university without paying any of the fees during your studies. In addition, there are loans available to cover living costs. You can be given up to £10,702 per year if you live away from your parents in London. You will only need to repay loans (tuition and living costs) when you are working and earning over £21,000 per year. You will repay just 9% of anything you earn above £21,000.
For example, if you are earning £25,000 per year, your repayments will be just £30 per month. The Government will write off any of the loan still outstanding after 30 years.
The video below explains what steps you need to take to get your money in time for the start of your course.
Additional financial support available
Disabled Students’ Allowances (DSAs)
Disabled Students’ Allowances (DSAs) are grants to help pay the extra essential costs you may have as a direct result of your disability, including a mental-health condition, or specific learning difficulty such as dyslexia or dyspraxia. You don’t have to pay these back.
Find out more about DSA.
If you’re a full-time student you might be able to get extra financial help if you have children or an adult who depends on you financially. Dependants’ Grants are paid in addition to your main student finance and don’t normally have to be paid back, unless you leave your course early.
Every effort has been made to ensure that the information contained on this website is correct and accurately reflects the UCC community’s experiences and achievements. However UCC reserves the right to change or amend, at any time, any of the course details including content, dates, times, venues, fees payable, concessions available, terms and conditions.
UCC also reserves the right to close or not to start any published course. Please note that fees may change each year, so before deciding on a course to study, you should contact the College for the latest information.