I enrolled for my course and claimed fee remission, but this has now been rejected. What happens now?
When you claim fee remission as method of payment for your course you need to make sure you are fully entitled to this. It is imperative you present all of your qualifications at the time of enrolment so that your entitlement is verified by the College.
What if after starting my course I am informed I am not entitled?
The College MIS Team will re-assess your situation to determine whether you are fully entitled or not.
If your claim has been rejected in error, the College will help correct this. If evidence confirms you should not have claimed fee remission, then responsibility for course fees falls on you personally to repay what is owed.
What if my claim is rejected, are there other sources of funding available to me?
You may be entitled to an Advanced Learner Loan if your course is at Level 3 or above instead of paying for the course yourself. Please discuss with the Information Team to see whether you can apply. They can help you with the application form if you wish.
What happens if I am not eligible for an advanced learner loan?
You will need to pay the full amount for the entire course immediately whether you decide to withdraw or continue, as per the terms of your Learner Agreement. Alternatively you can arrange a Flex Pay Plan to pay by instalments. Refer to the “Self Funding” information.