UCEN Manchester appreciates the cost of education and believes that access should be available to students from all financial backgrounds.
The college provides several financial support options, including non-repayable bursaries for students on a needs-basis and set criteria. These schemes make sure that more financially vulnerable students are supported. Typically, eligibility criteria requires students are aged between 18 – 25, and submit their annual household income to calculate the amount of funding they are eligible for.
UCEN Manchester also offers a few discretionary awards to provide secure education for students facing significant economic barriers.
Recognition Award - A hardship fund awarded at the discretion of the Welfare team.
Achievers Scholarship - Supports students progressing from partner institution, The Manchester College.
Access Fund - For students who are struggling with finances or who have a disability which means they have unexpected expenditures.
UCEN Manchester aims to provide a level of higher education which is accessible to anyone with the desire and drive to study and works to ensure fees remain fair.
Prices vary on a course-by-course basis, and more detailed information can be found by contacting UCEN Manchester, visiting their website, or by downloading their most recent prospectus.
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