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Your money matters – on this page, you'll find out everything you need to know about fees, bursaries and scholarships.
If you are under 19 years of age on 31 August of the academic year your course starts, there is no charge for tuition fees for studying at Hartpury College.
Registration and examination fees for your main qualification are also free.
All you will be required to pay is a non-refundable £85 educational visits fee when you enrol.
If you are over 19 years of age you are liable to pay your own tuition and examination fees. However these could be waived by the college in certain circumstances. Please enquire for further information.
If you're aged 19 or over and want to study A-levels, an Access to Higher Education Diploma or a Level 3 or 4 Vocational Qualification, you'll be required to pay for the cost of your course.
EU students, who are under the age of 19, are entitled to the same free tuition that UK students enjoy for our Hartpury College courses (Diplomas, A-levels, Access to Higher Education). If you are an EU student who is over the age of 19 and you are joining a College course, please contact the Student Finance Officer for details of the tuition fees involved.
Hartpury offers an all-inclusive fee packages for our EU students, to enable you to pay the bulk of the ‘extras’ in advance.
Students from the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man should refer to the fees section for International students.
Please note that whilst there is currently no tuition charge for EU students under the age of 19, Hartpury College reserves the right to charge a fee of up to £7,000 per academic year, should regulations change.
The international tuition fees for the academic year 2020/21 are £10,000 for Hartpury College courses (Diplomas, A-levels, Access to Higher Education)
Hartpury offers an all-inclusive fee packages for our International students, to enable you to pay the bulk of the ‘extras’ in advance. Read more about all-inclusive fee packages in our information guide for international students.
Please note that the Education Skills and Funding Agency, who co-ordinate funding for Further Education study, advise that students from the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man are to be classed as international fee payers. However, some students may be eligible to claim back some or all of the cost from their own independent governments. It is the responsibility of the student to pursue this.
If you have any finance questions, please contact our International team.
There are a number of bursaries, loans, and additional financial support available to support you through your studies at Hartpury.
For more information see our bursaries, loans and additional support page.Bursaries, Loans and additional support