What about money?
- There are no tuition fees if you are a home or EU student under 19 and meet the requirements.
- All necessary books and equipment are available on free loan.
- All examination fees are paid by the college if you have met the course requirements.
- We receive money through the Wyggeston Foundation and are able to give subsidies to support participation in out-of-college activities.
- If you are experiencing particular hardship there are special funds available directly from the college and we have access to other sources of external funding designed to support students with their studies.
What can you apply for in 2012/13?
Regent Enhanced Bursary
Guaranteed £1,200 for qualifying 16-18 year old students who are in care, living independently (income support), severe disability or exceptional circumstances. These students will receive regular payments.
Regent Discretionary Bursary
Students not eligible for the Enhanced Bursary, who are from families with lower income, may also apply for financial assistance (based on household income). Funding may be used for costs such as college meals, equipment, essential trips, travel costs and specialist one off costs. In some cases the college may offer regular payments directly to support your education.
The Regent Bursary fund
Financial support to study at Regent
At Regent College, we are committed to supporting you in every way possible to help you to study and achieve your full potential.
Regent College has a strong and established reputation for supporting learners and from 2011 is offering a range of financial support programmes, dependent on your circumstances and need.
The 16-19 Bursary is a fund to support learners from lower income backgrounds needing support with essential costs for attending college, such as for travel, equipment and meals.
Learners 19+ may also apply for Learner Support funds using the same application form.