Term Dates for Academic Year 2021/22
Enrolment is open
13th September – 11th December 2021 (12 week courses)
20th September – 4th December 2021 (10 week courses)
Half Term: 25th – 30th October 2021
Enrolment: 13th – 18th December 2021
4th January – 5th April 2022 (12 week courses)
10th January – 26th March 2022 (10 week courses)
Half Term: 14th – 19th February 2022
Enrolment: 6th – 9th April 2022
19th April – 25th July 2022 (12 week courses)
25th April – 18th July 2022 (10 week courses)
Half Term: 30th May – 4th June 2022
Fees are payable before or at the start of the course. There may be additional fees for exams or for materials, please check the full course cost when you enrol.
The different categories of fees described below are for UK/EU Nationals and fees are generally higher for oversea students.
To be eligible for a fully or part-funded course you must be either:
The main categories for free tuition are:
Newham residents may be entitled to a reduced tuition fee of £2 per taught hour (plus examination fee and resources costs where applicable) if you are receiving one of the following benefits:
You will be required to bring proof of your entitlement to free or reduced tuition (e.g. benefit book) when you enrol.
Are you over 19 years old and want to study for a Level 3, 4 or 5 qualification?
Would you like to know more about 19+ Advanced Learning Loans?
If you are over 19 and applying for a course at Level 3 or above, you will need to pay the full course fee – there are no subsidised rates available to 19+ Level 3, Level 4 and Level 5 learners.
The full course fee covers ALL costs of your course including tuition, exam fee, DBS (where necessary) and linked course resources.
Provided you meet all the criteria for studying at our centres and have been offered a place on your chosen course, there are two ways in which you can meet the cost:
The monthly payment is made directly to Our Newham Learning & Skills so you do not have to worry about making payments for your course once your loan is agreed.
Although the loan from the Student Loan Company is repayable, repayments do not apply until you reach an annual income of approximately £27,295 and, in any case, at that point monthly repayments are very small.
Our Newham Learning & Skills fully supports the Student Loan application process for students as we are aware it can be daunting for those who have not applied for this type of loan before. If you are thinking about taking a Level 3 course and would like more information about applying for a loan, or have decided to take a loan and would like help with the application process, please contact:
19+ Advanced Learning Loans
You can apply for a 19+ Advanced Learning Loan in respect of any course which is identified by the logo.
Early Years Educator Level 3 courses
These courses are being offered Free to all 19+ students taking their first Level 3 course. Funding for these courses is covered under the 'National Skills Fund Level 3 Adult Offer' which is available to support adults aged 24 and above without an existing full level 3 or equivalent qualification. This offer is also available to adults aged 19 to 23 alongside the 19 to 23 legal entitlement offer.