Funding your course - ways to pay | Stonebridge Associated College Stonebridge Associated Colleges - Online Courses and Distance Learning
Speak to a career adviser Request a callback
0121 392 8288 0121 392 8288
Speak to a career adviser Request a callback
0121 392 8288 0121 392 8288 Feefo logo

There's more than one way to pay for your course

Funding your course - ways to pay

Funding your course - ways to pay

Payment in Full – get the best discounts

A straightforward way to pay. It’s a great value approach too, often giving you a significant reduction in your course fees.

Just fill out an online application or contact one of our team to guide you through the process. Pay with any major debit or credit card. It’s secure, efficient and easy.

0% Instalments - spread the cost, interest-free

Spread the cost of your course in manageable, interest-free, monthly payments.

Paying this way allows you to manage the cost of your course within a time frame that suits you. You can start your studies straight away with a small deposit, normally £19.99. The following instalments are collected on the 1st of each month, typically over a ten month period.

A typical example paying for your course using the 0% instalment plan
  • Course fee
    £1000
  • Deposit paid at the point of enrolment
    £19.99
  • Balance paid over 10 instalments
    £98.01 per month
Speak to an Adviser

Advance Learner Loans – student finance for 19+ learners

A government loan, called an Advance Learner Loan (ALL), can be taken out for certain courses on offer. You just have to be aged 19 or over and a UK citizen. The Advanced Learner Loan (ALL) is not subject to credit checks and your current income or employment status is not taken into account when you apply.

You pay it back when:

you have finished your course
you are earning more than £25,000 a year

How much do I pay back per month?

Repayments are kept in line with your earnings to make everything manageable, even if your circumstances change. For example, when you are earning above £26,000, you only pay back £7 a month. You don’t pay a penny until your salary reaches £25,000. If it ever dips below £25,000, or you suddenly become unemployed, the payments will stop again. Likewise, if you have an increase in salary, your repayments will increase.

How do I apply?

First apply to one of our eligible courses. From there, we will direct you to Student Finance England and guide you through the application process. You will need your passport or birth certificate and your national insurance number to hand. Just fill out the form, click send and wait for confirmation.

Who funds Advanced Learner Loans?

  • 19+ Advanced Learner Loans are government funded
  • You are not asked for income details and there are no credit checks
  • You can apply for an Advanced Learner Loan with confidence

Do you qualify for an Advanced Learner Loan?

  • Do you live in the UK?
  • Are you age 19 or older?

If the answer is yes to both of these, you can apply for a 19+ Advanced Learner Loan

Speak to an Adviser

When you are earning £25,000 a year you then start paying the loan back at £7 a month, if you earn less, you don't pay it back.

Which Stonebridge courses attract Advanced Learner Loans?
Sign up to our newsletter

There's a whole lot happening at Stonebridge and in the world of learning. Sign up for our newsletter and you'll be among the first to know about it! All fields are required.

Request a callback

or.. call us on 0121 392 8288 or call us 0121 392 8288