For home students only i.e. normally living in the UK/EU and have been for the last 3 years. If you want to check your status please visit www.UKCISA.org.uk

What would you like to study?

How old are you?

Do you receive any of the following?

What level of course would you like to study?

Do you receive any of the following?

What level of course would you like to study?

Answer

You can claim fee remission up to level 3.

Access to:

  • Gateshead College Foundation / 16-18 Bursary Fund for course related costs and transport costs.
  • Care to Learn (Childcare).
  • Residential Bursary Scheme. Contact support.funds@gateshead.ac.uk for details

Answer

You can claim fee remission up to level 3.

Access to:

  • Gateshead College Foundation / 19+ Discretionary Learner Support for fees support, childcare, course related costs and transport costs. Contact support.funds@gateshead.ac.uk for details

Answer

Depending on your prior learning you may be eligible for fee remission. Contact IAG for futher details.

Access to:

  • Gateshead College Foundation / 19+ Discretionary Learner Support for fees support, childcare, course related costs and transport costs. Contact support.funds@gateshead.ac.uk for details

Answer

If this is your first full level 2 you may qualify for full fee remission. If not, you are liable for fees but refer to discretionary support.

Access to:

  • Gateshead College Foundation / 19+ Discretionary Learner Support for fees support, childcare, course related costs and transport costs. Contact support.funds@gateshead.ac.uk for details

Answer

If this is your first full level 3 you may qualify for full fee remission. If not, you are liable for fees but refer to discretionary support.

Access to:

  • Gateshead College Foundation / 19+ Discretionary Learner Support for fees support, childcare, course related costs and transport costs. Contact support.funds@gateshead.ac.uk for details

Answer

If you do not already hold a level 3 qualification and this is your first full level 4 Diploma you may qualify for full fee remission. If not, you are liable for fees.

Access to:

  • Gateshead College Foundation / 19+ Discretionary Learner Support for fees support, childcare, course related costs and transport costs. Contact support.funds@gateshead.ac.uk for details

Answer

You can claim fee remission up to level 2.

Access to:

  • Gateshead College Foundation / 19+ Discretionary Learner Support for fees support, childcare, course related costs and transport costs. Contact support.funds@gateshead.ac.uk for details

Answer

You are liable for fees but refer to discretionary support.

Access to:

  • Gateshead College Foundation / 19+ Discretionary Learner Support for fees support, childcare, course related costs and transport costs. Contact support.funds@gateshead.ac.uk for details

Answer

You may qualify for a loan for your fees. You will not repay this loan until you earn over �21k per year. Repayments are assessed on what you earn, not what you owe. For example repayments start at �7 per month for someone earning �22k p.a. For further details and application call us on 0191 490 2246 or visit gov.uk/advanced-learning-loans. If you choose not to take out the loan, you can pay your fees by instalments.

Access to (loan recipients only):

  • 24+ Advanced Learning Loan Bursary Fund / 19+ Discretionary Learner Support for childcare, course related costs, transport costs and additional learning support. Contact support.funds@gateshead.ac.uk for details

Answer

You may qualify for a loan for your fees. You will not repay this loan until you earn over �21k per year. Repayments are assessed on what you earn, not what you owe. For example repayments start at �7 per month for someone earning �22k p.a. For further details and application call us on 0191 490 2246 or visit gov.uk/advanced-learning-loans. If you choose not to take out the loan, you can pay your fees by instalments.

Access to (loan recipients only):

  • 24+ Advanced Learning Loan Bursary Fund / 19+ Discretionary Learner Support for childcare, course related costs, transport costs and additional learning support. Contact support.funds@gateshead.ac.uk for details

What is your status in the UK?

Is your course Full Time or Part time?

Answer

You can apply for the fees loan, maintenance loan, maintenanace grant and other allowances including disabled students' allowance. Visit gov.uk/studentfinance to apply or for further information.

Access to:

  • The HE Access to Learning Fund for living costs, emergency situations and other costs not covered by statutory support.
  • The National Scholarship Programme (fee waiver and �1000 cash). Contact support.funds@gateshead.ac.uk for details.

Answer

You can apply for the fees loan and disabled students' allowance. Visit gov.uk/studentfinance.

Access to:

  • The Access to Learning Fund for childcare costs, and course related costs.
  • The National Scholarship Programme (fee waiver only).

Answer

You can apply for the fees loan. Visit gov.uk/studentfinance.

Access to:

  • The National Scholarship Programme (fee waiver only).

Answer

You can visit gov.uk/studentfinance or ukcisa.org.uk.

Or, contact the Students' Advice Service student.advice@gateshead.ac.uk to check your eligibility for student finance.