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The College offers an extensive range of higher education courses and there are still spaces available. These include the courses in all the subject areas below. Just click on the subject area to find out more about individual courses. Alternatively, you can call Admissions on 01708 462801 or contact the Admission team using the form on the left.
Clearing runs until the end of September and is your chance to find a course and enrol for the new academic year. So that whether you have an offer or not, clearing will help you find a course that will meet your needs.
Havering College accepts UCAS applications all year round. Applications made after the first UCAS deadline will be given the same consideration as if they had been submitted before the deadline. We also welcome new applications through both Extra and Clearing. The Student's Guide to studying on one of our Open University validated programmes can be downloaded here.
Eligible full-time students can apply for loans and grants from Student Finance England (SFE). The application window for full time applications for 2016/17 is now open. New students in 2016 should apply by 27th May to ensure that funding is in place at the start of their course.
Students with dependents may be eligible for extra support.
Full eligibility information can be found here.
*Please note that previous study in higher education could limit your eligibility for funding.
Students should be aware that studying full time in higher education could implicate any means tested benefits they receive. We recommend that you speak to Jobcentre Plus or your local authority's benefits office before becoming a full time student to identify how your benefits will be affected.
Lots more information on coming into higher education is found on the Student Room website including student finance and funding.
We are currently waiting for part time Student Finance for 2016/17 to be confirmed. Visit Student Finance England to get the most up to date information.
From 2016 Student Finance England are offering loans for Post Graduate study. You may be able to get up to £10,000 towards course and living costs. Visit the Student Room's Postgraduate section for more information.
Disabled Students Allowance
Once you are at the College there may be extra help available to students in financial hardship. Come to Student Services for more information.
The rise in our students' levels of satisfaction all areas puts us on a par and even above national benchmarks in the National Student Survey.
The overall satisfaction levels for the quality of courses rose by 8% to 75% in 2012 – with an impressive 100% student satisfaction on the BA Hons Graphic Design. We achieved this increase in student satisfaction in a year when the total number of College students participating in the National Student Survey increased by 17%.
|2011||2012||Variance from 2011|
|The teaching on my course||75%||82%||+7%|
|Assessment and feedback||63%||68%||+5%|
|Organisation and management||69%||71%||+2%|
Source: National Student Survey (NSS) 2013
Your tuition fees will be capped at £6k a year if you’re looking to study in 2015/16. This is well below the national average for higher education (HE) tuition fees in England.
And if you are a current level 3 student at Havering College you could be eligible for a discount on your fees – contact Admissions Services to find out more.
(subject to confirmation)
If you’re a new student the following annual fees structure applies:
|Degree||£5500.00 - £6000.00|
Some courses also charge an additional cost for course materials, studio or residential fees, or other course-related costs. You will also pay an annual administration fee when you enrol. Full fee details can be viewed on our course search and will be made clear in your offer letter.
If you’re already studying with us you’ll be pleased to learn we’ve decided not to increase your tuition fees if you continue with the same course and mode of study.
These vary so please get in touch with Admissions for further information.
The college and its staff appreciate the difficulties that students can encounter when they join a Higher Education programme. It may be some time since you studied; your previous experiences of education may not bring back positive or happy memories; English may be your second language; or you may have been diagnosed with a specific learning difficulty.
The college has put resources in place to support students as they commence their programme of study. Some of these resources will be provided by the programme team, i.e. Study Skills modules and assessment support. If you are not able to resolve any concerns or difficulties you encounter with your studies through these activities, you should contact your Personal Tutor or Programme Manager. College services are made available on a referral basis and after discussing your concerns and difficulties with you, your Tutor or Programme Manager may refer you to colleagues in the Additional Learning Support or ESOL sections for further discussion regarding your needs.
Higher Education students requiring support will need to apply for the Disabled Students’ allowance (DSA) to fund their support. If you are a UK student you may be eligible to apply for the Disabled students allowance (DSA) which can fund additional specialist equipment and support. Student services can help you to apply for this funding but usually you will need a valid diagnostic report to apply for DSA; please note that adjustments can only be put into place once we have the correct level of valid evidence.
Dyslexia testing may be carried out at the College but will incur a fee.
International students should submit evidence which is translated into English by a qualified transcription service and is formally authenticated as such. The original translation must be submitted, a photocopy is not acceptable. Fees will be incurred for any support required.