|Home / EU new entrants||Full-time: £8,000
Part-time: £1,000 per 15 credit module, ie £8,000 on a pro rata basis according to number of credits studied
|Home / EU continuing students progressing to year 2 or 3||Full-time: £3,465
Part-time: £433 per 15 credit module £866 per 30 credit module
|Home / EU continuing students who started their course in 2009/10 academic year||Full-time: £3,110
Part-time: £388 per 15 credit module £776 per 30 credit module
|Home / EU students who hold an ELQ||Existing students £5,197 ie standard fee plus 50%
New entrants exempt from additional charge. Standard fee applies £8,000
|International new entrants||£9,250|
|International continuing students, ie students who started a course prior to 1 September 2012 and returning for a further year of study in 2012/13||£8,440|
|Channel Islands & Isle of Man new entrants||£9,250|
|Channel Islands & Isle of Man continuing students ie students who started a course prior to 1 September 2012 and returning for a further year of study in 2012/13||£8,440|
Tuition Fees for the Academic Year 2012/13Writtle College sets tuition fees for one academic year at a time. These tuition fees relate to the 2012/13 academic year only. It is usual for tuition fees to increase each year. If your course lasts for more than one academic year, the fees due for your second and subsequent years of study may therefore be different to the fee advertised and charged for your year of entry and may be higher than for the first year. Part-time students will pay a fee pro rata to the relevant full-time fee for the same course in each academic year in which they undertake study. Part-time study is not available to International students due to UKBA Regulations.
Every effort was made to ensure that the information concerning fees and other matters set out in this table was correct at the time of printing. The right is reserved to amend fees at any time.Undergraduate Courses
Scholarships & Bursaries - Terms & Conditions
Fees - Additional information
- Honours degree BA or BSc *
3 year full-time / Up to 6 years part-time / 360 credits
- Postgraduate Degree MSc/MA
1 year full-time / 2 years part-time / 180 credits
Home / EU Students Full-time: £4,200
Part-time on a pro rata basis according to the number of credits studied:
15 credits £350 / 60 credits £1,400 / 120 credits £2,800
Home / EU Students who hold an ELQ standard fee plus 50% Full-time: £6,300
Part-time on a pro rata basis according to the number of credits studied:
15 credits £525 / 60 credits £2,100 / 120 credits £4,200
International new entrants £9,750 International continuing students, ie students who started a course prior to 1 September 2012 and returning for a further year of study in 2012/13 £8,970 Channel Islands & Isle of Man new entrants £9,750 Channel Islands & Isle of Man continuing students, ie students who started a course prior to 1 September 2012 and returning for a further year of study in 2012/13 £8,970
Scholarships & Bursaries - Terms & Conditions
|FE to HE Progression Scholarship new 2012||standard length of the course|
|Scholarships for Masterís Degree new for 2012||standard length of the course|
|Academic Achievement Bursaries AAB||2 academic years|
|Writtle College Bursaries||standard length of the course|
|WIMS Writtle International Merit Scholarship||Entry year only|
|Writtle International Bursary||Entry year only|
|National Scholarship Programme 2012||1 academic year|
|Olympic Fee Waiver for undergraduate Sports degree||standard length of the course|
|Document approved by the Finance Department: July 2012
All of the information below refers to the 2012/13 Academic Year only
Terms and conditions:
- A Writtle College scholarship is for the named person who has agreed to the scholarship and completed, signed and returned the scholarship form to Writtle College agreeing to the terms and conditions of the scholarship.
- Students must meet the conditions of their offer and must follow the Academic Regulations, Attendance Policy and General Rules of the College.
- The scholarship may be terminated at any time if an unsatisfactory report is received, if the scholarship holder ceases to be a full-time registered student at Writtle College, or if the scholarship holder is found in contravention of the scholarship rules and regulations.
- Students are obliged to provide information about any other funding secured and to inform the Finance Office if they secure any additional funding after receiving and accepting a Writtle College Scholarship offer.
- All scholarship payment, discounts and fee waivers will only be made providing the student is registered at the College and has met the conditions of the scholarship. Students must register on their course at the start of the academic year for each year of their course.
- By accepting the scholarship, recipients are giving Writtle College permission to use their details for promotional purposes. Students will be contacted prior to use of their data.
- Students may only be awarded one Writtle College scholarship within one academic year
- A Writtle College scholarship is normally awarded for the standard length of the course and subject to satisfactory progression and attendance in accordance with the published academic regulations.
- A Writtle College Scholarship is not normally awarded for repeat study years
- A Writtle College Scholarship may not be deferred to the following academic year
- The mode of study will be agreed in advance of registration and award of scholarship. This is accepted and agreed with these terms and conditions. The transfer of mode of study after this agreement may affect continuation of the scholarship and the scholarship may be withdrawn.
- If a student changes to a different course or to a different mode of study, their eligibility for the scholarship will be reviewed and the scholarship may be withdrawn.
- If the student takes a period of temporary withdrawal or withdraws from the course completely, the College reserves the right to seek repayment of any parts of the scholarship already made. This includes tuition fees waivers, accommodation discounts and/or cash payments received.
- If a student withdraws before the end of the academic year they may be asked to repay part of their scholarship. This includes tuition fee waivers, accommodation discounts and/or cash payments received.
- If a student suspends during their studies and the period of the scholarship and the suspension is approved by Writtle College, the scholarship may be suspended and reinstated on return to full-time study. Depending on the length of suspension the student may be entitled to the full scholarship or the balance.
- The College reserves the right to make reasonable adjustments to these terms and conditions at any time and update as necessary in subsequent years. The student will be advised if this occurs.
- The College reserves the right to withdraw a scholarship from a student who is found to have mislead the College about any aspect of their eligibility and to seek repayment of any monies already paid by appropriate means.
- Writtle College accepts no legal liability for errors or omissions and reserves the right to make changes without notice.
- All non-EU applicants must satisfy UK Border Agency (UKBA) requirements to study in the UK. Failure to comply with immigration rules will result in your Scholarship and your place on the course being withdrawn.
- The above terms and conditions apply to the academic year 2012/13
- Any queries relating to these terms and conditions should be addressed to the Finance Office in the first instance, by emailing email@example.com
Academic Achievement BursariesA new scholarship programme at Writtle College for 2012.
All new Writtle College undergraduate students enrolling on a full-time BSc or BA programme who have achieved AAB grades at A level or equivalent (e.g. triple distinction at National Diploma) will automatically be eligible to receive this bursary.
The bursary is worth £2500 in total. The first year is payable as a £1500 waiver from College accommodation costs and the second year is payable as a cash bursary. Students selecting Writtle College as their firm choice via UCAS and achieving at least AAB at A-level or equivalent will be entitled to the bursary.Terms and conditions:
- The bursary is available to all new full-time UK and EU students.
- The award of a bursary can only be made to applicants accepting an offer from Writtle College as their Conditional Firm (CF) or Unconditional Firm (UF) choice.
- A-level General Studies is not included in the AAB Bursary terms.
- Students must maintain a 2:1 (60%) average across their first year modules to receive the second bursary instalment.
- Only one Writtle College scholarship or bursary can be held at one time, including those provided by the Writtle College National Scholarship Programme (NSP).
- Any applicant who declines a place in College accommodation for the first year is not entitled to a cash bursary as an alternative.
- The bursary cannot be deferred, i.e. the full-time programme must commence in autumn 2012.
- We endeavor to ensure that our published information is correct. However, Writtle College accepts no legal liability for errors or omissions and reserves the right to make changes without notice.
Writtle College BursariesIn addition to Government-funded support, the College also provides its own bursaries for students from lower income backgrounds who meet the high standards for admission onto our courses. The following students will not be eligible: EU nationals and international students
- New undergraduate students on household incomes under £25,000 and in receipt of the full state maintenance grant will receive a bursary of £500.
- New undergraduate students on household incomes between £25,000 and £30,000 will receive a bursary of £200.
- New undergraduate students on household incomes between £30,000 and £40,000 will receive a bursary of £150.
National Scholarship Programme (NSP)Full Time Students
- In 2012/13 Writtle College will offer free on-site term-time accommodation* and ten meals per week for 15 full time students under the National Scholarship Scheme for their first year of study. This will be offered on a Ďfirst come, first servedí basis according to when applicants accept an offer of a place. Applicants should make clear when they accept an offer that they wish to be considered for one of our National Scholarship places by completing the NSP Form NSP2012 (see link below)
- You can apply for a National Scholarship if your declared household income is £25,000 or less and you qualify for full government maintenance grant (as assessed by the Student Loans Company)
To be considered for a Writtle College National Scholarship award, students meet all of the following:
- new undergraduate entrants in the academic year 2012-13
- subject to the new fee rules
- must have firmly accepted a place at the Writtle College
- must have submitted a Writtle College Accommodation Request Form
- must have submitted an application for a National Scholarship award using Form NSP2012
- Students who are ordinarily resident in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland
- EU nationals and international students
- Students directly continuing from one course to another (for example from foundation degree or HND on to the final year of an honours degree)
- Students transferring in from another institution
- Students undertaking a postgraduate qualification
- Any other students whose fees are paid or part-paid through a sponsorship arrangement
- Part time students
Students will be sent an acknowledgement email to confirm that their application has been received. However, this is not confirmation that a Scholarship will be awarded. Awards will be made on the basis of students meeting all of the eligibility criteria. Applicants will receive confirmation of whether they have been selected for a Scholarship as soon as the eligibility criteria has been met and approved.NSP Form NSP2011
Scholarships available for current Writtle College studentsCurrent final year undergraduate students: Scholarships for Writtle College Masterís Degrees
Earn a £1000 reduction towards taught Masterís programmes at Writtle College.
All Writtle College final year undergraduate students who achieve a 2:1 or 1st in their degree this summer (2012) will be offered a £1000 scholarship for the taught Masterís programme of their choice at Writtle College.
Current final year Further Education students: Scholarships for Writtle College DegreesWrittle College Further Education students are able to choose one of the following:
- A £2000 reduction in tuition fees for each year of full-time study on a full-time degree programme commencing in 2012
- A £1000 reduction in tuition fees plus a £1000 bursary* for each year of full-time study on a full-time degree programme
- A £2500 discount from the cost of College accommodation for each year of full-time study on a full-time degree programme
These scholarships are available to Writtle College Further Education students who meet the following criteria:
- Writtle College Further Education students completing their course in summer 2012
- Must begin a Writtle College undergraduate course in autumn 2012
- Any Writtle College Further Education student who meets the entry requirements of the undergraduate course
- Must undertake a full-time course