Here you’ll find some useful information you may find useful prior to applying or starting your course. This includes our HE course fees and charges, admissions procedure, access and participation statement, and much more.
You may want to refer to some of them during your studies.
The College will set, publish and charge fees for all its course provision. In determining fee levels, the College will operate legally and within national published guidelines where these exist.
Click here to access the HE Fees & Charges page.
Additional information relating to fees can be found in the Fees Policy.
Fees differ from course to course, so please visit your chosen course page for confirmation.
In the rare event you wish to make a complaint, then this is the procedure Preston College will follow. The procedure explains how to complain about the application process, for example you may not have been offered a place on a programme and want to challenge the decision or an issue may arise during the course of your study.
At Preston College we are committed to promoting access and participation in Higher Education. All policies and plans are monitored by The Office for Students (OfS), the regulatory body for Higher Education in the UK. The OfS safeguards fair access to Higher Education by reviewing the Access and Participation Plans which set out tuition fees limits, any processes put in place for learners and any outreach work such as summer schools. You can compare plans on the OfS website.
Access and Participation Statement 2020-2021
Access and Participation Plan – Annex A
The Student Protection Plan is approved by the Office for Students (OfS) and sets it out what measures we have in place to protect you, as a Higher Education student at Preston College, if a risk to the continuation of your studies should arise and it details how we would communicate with you about this issue.
Student Protection Plan