A single subject course usually completed in two years, made up of an AS Level and an A2 in the same subject.
Art, Design & Media
- A Level Art, Craft and Design
- A Level Photography
- AS/A Level Graphic Communication
- AS/A Level Media Studies
- Level 3 Creative & Digital Industries
Care And Early Years
- AS/A Level Health & Social Care (Double Award)
Humanities & English
- A Level Business Studies
- A Level Economics
- A Level English Language
- A Level English Language and Literature
- A Level English Literature
- A Level History
- A Level Sociology
- AS/A Level Accounting
- AS/A Level Film Studies
- AS/A Level Geography
- AS/A Level Government & Politics
- AS/A Level Law
- A Level Computer Science
- AS/A Level Information & Communication Technology
- AS/A Level French
- AS/A Level Spanish
Science & Maths
- A Level Biology
- A Level Chemistry
- A Level Physics
- A Level Psychology
- AS/A Level Mathematics
Where courses are for more than one year, the fee that we publish is for the first year of the course only, unless otherwise stated. Some of our courses are not subsidised by our funding bodies and you must pay the fee as published regardless of your age or circumstances.
This information is updated regularly, but we cannot guarantee that the detail will remain accurate, as Government policy often requires changes to how we operate. Applicants receiving an offer of a place will be sent further updated information.
Will I have to pay for my course?
Aged under 16
If you are under 16 on 31 August 2014 and are not part of the School Link (Step Up) programme you will be charged £8 per hour and must provide a letter from your headteacher supporting your enrolment at the College.
Aged 16 - 18
Course fees are not normally payable if you are aged 16 - 18. However, some of our courses are not subsidised by our funding bodies which means you will have to pay in full if you choose to study one of these courses.
You may also have to pay if you are still in full time education at school or if you have been resident outside the UK within the last 3 years.
Full-time students aged 16 - 18 are eligible to apply for a Scholar’s Metro Photo Card towards travel.
Aged 19 and over
If you are aged 19 or over on the 31 August 2014, the best place to start is to identify the type and level of the course you want to enrol on and follow the table.
GCSE & Functional Skills in Maths & English
Usually you will not have to pay for Maths and English if you have not already reached at least a Grade C.
English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)
Usually, you will have to pay for an ESOL qualification.
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Last updated December 11, 2015