Part-Time
Fees and Finance

Cost shouldn't be a barrier to taking a part-time course. For most of our courses over £200 we offer flexible payment terms, plus through our website you can now apply and pay online.

Hadlow Easy Loan Payments (H£LP) Scheme

All part-time courses (excluding work-based qualifications) where fees (including tuition, examination, registration and sundry items) are in excess of £200.00 are eligible for this scheme.

You will need to pay an initial proportion (25%) at the time of application to secure your place, however you can then spread the remainder over the duration of the course through equal direct debit payments, up to a maximum of six months.  The first of these would be taken the month that the course commences.

Other ways to pay

The College accepts payment for courses by any of the following methods:

  • Cash - please come to the main reception, where we will be happy to give you a receipt for your payment straight away and confirm your place on the course.
  • Cheque - these will need to be made payable to 'Hadlow College'.  It is also helpful to include your name and proposed course on the reverse so we can quickly match them up.
  • Debit/Credit card

If you wish your employer to be invoiced for the course, please ensure that you apply at least 10 working days before the course begins and give full details of the company to invoice.

Terms and Conditions

Please note that the College's terms and conditions relating to refunds, transfers, cancellations of courses and other issues relating to the payment of fees are shown in full within the Student Admissions Policy.

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