Studying at Southwark College is an investment in your future, and we don’t think anything should stand in the way of gaining a qualification which could lead to a rewarding career.
There’s a wide range of financial support available, both for 16-18 year olds and adult learners, which is provided by the government, local borough and the College. We’re committed to helping you access all the support you’re eligible for – including bursaries, loans and help with costs like travel, books and childcare.
Our experienced Admissions and Finance Advisers are here not only to help you find out about the financial support you can obtain, but also to give you useful advice on managing your money while you’re studying. For an appointment with one of our Advisers just visit Customer Services in reception at either of our campuses.
16-19 Tuition Fund 2020-21
Southwark College has received funding to support catch-up tuition to small groups of students who have been disrupted by the pandemic. Students will be offered a range of support which you can find in the 16-19 Tuition Fund Statement.
If you choose to leave your degree early you could still be liable for course costs. Read full information here.