Fees and Finance Information

Please note, financial support and entitlement to loans and bursaries are evaluated on a case-by-case basis.

To apply for financial support, you must be enrolled on to an eligible Leeds City College course.

If the below information doesn’t answer your questions, you may be able to find out more information from our policies or useful resources.

For more information on how to pay your tuition fees please click here.

16-18 Year Olds

If you are 16-19 and live in a household with a gross annual income of £22,000 or below, you may be eligible for support with meals and travel. For students with a gross household income between £22,001 and £26,000, only travel help may be available.

Adult Learners (19+)

Adult/Part-time courses

Fees for part-time and adult learning (19+) courses will vary, so please contact us for further information. Some of these courses are not funded by the government, which means that they are not eligible for waivers or concessions.

Adult education course fees can be found alongside each course in the guide. Long course fees and fees over £100 may be paid by an instalment plan. Please contact us for more information.

19+ course fees

You may qualify for funding to help you pay for your course. Fees may be waived due to personal circumstances and/or if you receive certain benefits. Please note that you will need to provide evidence to prove your benefit payments.

Policies and useful resources

Fees Policy 2019/20
Student Financial Support Fund Policy
Student Privacy Notice
Student Financial Support Frequently Asked Questions
Benefits information: gov.uk.
Adult Education Budget (AEB) funding rules for 2019/20: gov.uk.
Eligibility for Advanced Learner Loans: gov.uk.
Student Intranet for financial applications: intranet.leedscitycollege.ac.uk/studentzone.
Student Finance England for Advanced Learner Loan applications: slc.co.uk.

Information on fees and funding are correct at the time of publication, however may be subject to change due to college and government policy decisions. 


Students have the right to appeal a decision. This must be in writing to the Student Funds Manager within 21 days of receiving confirmation of an award or a rejection. The letter should set out the reasons for the appeal plus any further evidence to support the appeal. The decision of the Student Funds Manager will be given in writing within 14 days.

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