Course fees vary from course to course and we work hard to ensure they are as affordable as possible and deliver excellent value for money.
Most of our courses are offered at three prices: a standard fee, a senior fee and a concessionary (reduced) fee, although some are only available at the standard fee rate. Please check the details of your chosen course for further information.
Concessionary fees are dependent on your individual circumstances – if you think you might be eligible please check our Concessions and Financial Assistance page.
A small number of courses, including Literacy and Numeracy courses, do not charge a course fee – please check the details of your chosen course for further information.
Non-EU students pay higher fees and are not entitled to concessions or financial support – please call Enrolment Services on 020 7450 1889 and they will be able to advise you further.
How do I pay my course fees?
You can pay:
- By cheque, payable to Morley College.
- By Mastercard, Visa, Switch, Delta or Maestro (Solo or Visa Electron cards are only accepted when enrolling in person)
- By cash (only when enrolling in person)
If you enrol on an accredited course you may need to pay additional registration and examination fees. Please check the details of your course or contact the relevant department for further information.
Some courses may have additional costs for materials, visits etc. Please check the details of your course or contact the relevant department for further information.
24+ Advanced Learning Loans
You can apply for a 24+ Advanced Learning Loan to help with the costs of a college or training course if you are 24 or older. You can find out more about eligibility, how to apply and repayments on the GOV.UK website.
The course must start on or after 1 August 2013 and be eligible - eg a Level 3 or 4 course (such as an A Level) or an advanced or higher apprenticeship.