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Fees and Financial Support

The cost of studying at Cliff College is dependent on the level of course taken and whether the course is offered on a full-time, part-time or short course basis.

BA Theology

Fees for 2017-18 for each year of this full-time course are:
Total Academic Fee£6880
Accommodation (single en-suite room plus meals during term time only)£5095
Additional Costs:
DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check - (first year students only)£44
Library Deposit - (refundable at the end of the course)£50
Details of student loans for BA Theology can be found at Students Loans Company - Undergraduate Information
International Students for the academic year 2017-2018
Total Academic Fee£10020
Accommodation (single en-suite room plus meals during term time only)£5095
Additional Costs:
Library Deposit - (refundable at the end of the course)£50

BA Mission & Ministry

Fees for 2017-18 for each year of this part-time course are:1st Year2nd Year
Total Academic Fee£2740£2610
Accommodation and meals during teaching weeks£550£365
Additional Costs:
Library Deposit - (refundable at the end of the course)£50
Details for student loans for BA Mission & Ministry can be found at Students Loans Company - Undergraduate Information

Post Graduate Taught programmes – MA/PG DIP/PG CERT

Fees for 2017-18 are:Full-timePart-time
Application fee
UK/EU students£25£25
Non UK/EU students£225£225
First unit in the academic year (September to August)
Total Academic Fee£1840£1440
Accommodation and meals (Monday lunch to Friday lunch inclusive) where required :£185£185
Subsequent units in the same academic year
Tota Academic Fee£1040£1040
Accommodation and meals
(Monday lunch to Friday lunch inclusive) where required:

£185£185
Writing up year (MA students only)
Dissertation fee (MA students only in year after taught units have been completed):

£1040£1040
Additional costs
Library deposit (payable at the first unit and refundable at graduation):£50£50
Leave of Absence Administration fee : £100£100
Fee for registration on programme without taking any units : £200£200
Fee for registration beyond one year of writing up dissertation (MA students only):£200£200
Accommodation and meals for full-time residential students (i.e. living on site outside teaching weeks):£200 per week (approx.)£200 per week (approx.)

Student loans have now been introduced for these courses and will be available to Cliff College students for the 2017/18 academic year: Student Loans Company – Postgraduate. The College has made an application for similar loans for the 2018-19 academic year. We expect this process to be completed in early 2018.

Fees for 2017-18 are:
Full-timePart-time
Total Academic Fee£5545£3495
Accommodation and meals for two residential period (normally two per year)£360£360

At present HM Government has no plans to extend student loans to those on Research programmes.

Post Graduate Research programmes – PHD Missiology

Fees for 2017-18 are:
Part-time
Tuition£3495
Accommodation and meals for two residential periods (normally two each year)£360
Total£3855

At present HM Government has no plans to extend student loans to those on Research programmes.

Short courses

The short course programme offers courses of differing subject matter and length, and fees vary accordingly. Details of these courses, including fees, are available at: Day coursesMidweek coursesWeekend coursesCliff CertificateSummer School. These courses are not validated and therefore do not attract student loan funding.

Bursaries

Cliff College maintains a general bursary fund to benefit students needing financial assistance during their studies. This comprises donations made by supporters of the College, both currently and in the past.

Please note that bursaries are only available to existing students; applications from prospective students cannot be considered.

In addition to the general fund there are two other funds providing assistance for specific purposes:

  • the ‘Dennison’ fund is specifically for MA students.
  • the ‘Jon Ashby’ fund is for students wishing to develop their skills in music or worship leading.

Bursary applications are made by completing the Bursary Application Form, which is available from the Finance Office, detailing expected income and expenditure during the academic year. All applications are assessed by the Financial Registrar and the Academic Dean.

In addition, a number of organisations external to the College provide grant funding of varying amounts. Please contact Finance Office (email finance@cliffcollege.ac.uk) for further details.

Cliff College is a registered charity: No. 529386

Call: +44 (0) 1246 584200

info@cliffcollege.ac.uk

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