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If you are a new student enrolling on a designated Higher Education programme and studying at least 30 credits a year, you can apply for a government loan.
New part-time students
If you're a new part-time student, a downloadable application form for a Tuition Fee Loan will be available from early August.
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Continuing part-time students
If you’re a continuing part-time student who started your course before 1 September 2012 and applied for student finance last year, you can still apply for a Fee and Course Grant. You’ll be emailed the Grant application form for continuing part-time students (PTGC) in mid-August.
If you’re a continuing part-time student, who started your course before 1 September 2012 and you're applying for student finance for the first time, you’ll can still apply for a Fee and Course Grant. You’ll be able to download the Grant application form for new part-time students (PTGN) from 3 September 2013.
You can find fees information for part-time undergraduate and postgraduate courses, as well as for certificates, on each individual course page. Fees for part-time undergraduate degree courses starting in September 2014 will range from £3,900 to £5,400 (or up to £6,720 in exceptional cases) for 120 credits.
The standard tuition fee for a postgraduate course starting September 2014-15 will be £4,500 (£500 per 20 credits).
For further information, contact the Student Finance team on 01642 342172 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Government loans ensure that undergraduate education at Teesside remains free at the point of entry and you only make repayments if you are earning over £21,000 a year. You start repaying four years after the start of your course, even if you are still studying.
If you enrol on a part-time postgraduate degree course, you could be eligible for a 10% fee discount.
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Employers may be able to pay part or all of your fees upfront. You get to study for a qualification that will improve your ability to
do your job and advance your career prospects, and your employer benefits for a better-qualified, more productive and motivated employee.
You could take out a career development loan, which is only applicable to postgraduate study. Career development loans are available through an arrangement between the Skills Funding Agency and high street banks.
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Career development loan helpline: 0800 585505www.gov.uk/career-development-loans
Your loan repayments will only start if you are earning over £21,000 in the April, 4 years after the start of your course or the April after you leave your course, whichever comes first.
Repayments are based on what you earn, not on the amount you borrow. If you are earning less than £21,000 a year at this point you will not begin repaying your loans. If you are earning over £21,000 a year your repayment will be calculated as 9% of any income you have above £21,000. This table shows how affordable repayment can be.
After 30 years, any outstanding balance is written off.
The University offers a range of other financial support for students who may need additional help funding their studies, in line with our reputation for fair access. See below for full details of any financial aid you may be entitled to offset your tuition fee loan.
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The University receives a limited sum of money each year for students who may need additional help.
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For advice about fees and funding contact Student Services.
Up to £1,000 worth of support is available for talented students.
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Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is a way of supporting individuals in the workplace to develop new knowledge and skills. It can be any activity that helps you achieve your career goals, better understand your job and how to do it better. We are always ready to provide bespoke provision to a wide range of business sectors which are competitively priced.
The University has a long history of delivering a wide range of CPD programmes that can help develop your career.
Fees and funding 2014
To get the latest information and to use the fees calculator visit the government's website.
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For advice about fees and funding, please contact Student Services.T: 01642 342277Enquire online
A University certificate is ideal if you are interested in developing specific skills in specific areas. They are made up of part-time modules. There are several undergraduate types:
Our fees for courses starting in September 2014 will be £750 per 20 credits for undergraduate level courses, and £500 per 20 credits for postgraduate programmes.
The University works in partnership with all further education colleges in the Tees Valley and the Colleges offer a wide selection of accredited Teesside University part-time higher national and foundation degree programmes. All colleges have some dedicated higher education facilities within their modern and well equipped premises.
Please contact the individual College for full details on courses and fees, as local bursaries may apply.
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