Fees, Finance and Funding

While studying a HE course at Selby College you may apply for student finance to help with tuition fees and, if studying full-time (or an eligible part-time course), your living costs too. Find out more about the help you may be eligible for here.

Students can get a Tuition Fee Loan to cover the fees charged by the College, these have to be paid back, but not until after your studies and when you're earning over the repayment threshold. See the repayment table below for details:

Income each year before tax

 9% will be deducted from

Monthly repayment (Approx)

£25,000

£0

£0

£27,000

£2,000

£15

£29,500

£4,500

£33

£31,000

£6,000

£45

£33,000

£8,000

£60

£40,000

£15,000

£112

£50,000

£25,000

£187

£60,000

£35,000

£262

There is also support available for students who have a disability, including a long-term health condition, mental-health condition or specific learning difficulty (Disabled Students' Allowance).

For information about student finance options and to find out whether you would qualify for a loan or grant, visit the government student finance pages. You can also access Student Finance England's interactive guides here.

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to call the Selby College Higher Education Office on +44 (0)1757 211114, or email us at highereducation@selby.ac.uk.

Other links that you might find useful include:

Access Courses

If you're studying an Access to Higher Education Diploma, you may be eligible for an Advanced Learner Loan. Follow this link for more details.