Fees


The majority of our international students who are living outside the United Kingdom and European Community are likely to be required to pay the fees as outlined below. Any applicant who is living within the European Community should read the section below ‘Who pays fees?’.

Fees

All applicants are requested to pay a non-refundable registration fee of £150 per student on submission of application.

Two Year A Level Course

Fees to start study in 2017 are £16,100 per year comprising:

  • Tuition fee: £7948 to include:
    • Airport pick up for new students at the beginning and end of each year (Birmingham / Manchester airports only)
    • English language support
    • University application assistance
    • Extend and Enrich Programme (additional qualifications, team sports/musical activities – excluding music tuition lessons)
    • Student Orientation Pack
    • Required subject text books and resources
    • Please note:
      • An A level course takes two years.
      • The tuition fee is based upon 3 subjects at A level. An additional subject will cost a further £1,250 per annum.
      • Fees are payable for the whole year.
      • Once studying has started, all fees are non-returnable.
      • Students will be expected to open a bank account and have sufficient funds to support their educational and social trips
      • Bank charges for payment are not the responsibility of the college.

 

  • Homestay accommodation by Heart of England Guardianship Services (HEGS) fee:  £8152 to include
    • including half terms and Easter break + Guardianship.
    • This fee is payable to HEGS on receipt of an invoice.
    • To apply for Homestay accommodation please go to www.hegs.org.uk
    • Please note:
      • Students will also be expected to pay £250 for an expenses deposit payable to HEGS.
      • Any unused monies will be refunded at the end of the course.
 

Who pays fees?

The majority of our international students who are living outside the United Kingdom and European Community are likely to be required to pay the fees as outlined above.

‘Home’ students are not required to pay academic fees. In order to be considered a ‘home’ student one of the following needs to apply:

  • you will have been ‘ordinarily resident’ and ‘settled’ in the UK for three years before you begin your course
  • you are a child of a European Community national and you have been resident in a member state of the European Community for the three year period immediately before you begin your course.
  • you are 16-18 and have accompanying parents who have leave to enter and reside in the UK
  • you have a full UK passport showing British citizenship and have been resident in the UK or European Community for three years immediately prior to starting your course

If you wish to apply to Shrewsbury Sixth Form College from within the European Union, please contact Liz Hird in the first instance.

If you qualify for a place at Shrewsbury Sixth Form College as a ‘home’ student there is a £150 administration fee (non-refundable). A further £350 will be requested if additional english language support is required. This requirement will be determined by the college. Accommodation fees are not included.

Please contact our International Recruitment Team if you have any queries.