The College offers support on many areas of student life, including travel, finance during your studies, careers, University applications, getting ready for work and counselling for personal issues. Ask at Student Services for more information.
If you are aged 16 to 18 there is no charge made for your examination entries unless they are resits or sat against the advice of your tutors. If you fail to sit an examination for which the College has paid, you will be asked to reimburse the College for the fees.
You do not have to pay tuition fees if you are under 19 at the start of your course and are an EU Citizen or have been a UK resident for 3 years. Other criteria for fee waiver will be provided on request.
If you are aged 19 or over at the start of your course you will be required to pay a contribution towards your tuition fees, subject to your personal circumstances. Please contact the College for more information. Students aged 19 – 25 may be able to claim funding for their tuition fees depending upon previous qualifications achieved.
If you need help with childcare whilst studying at Ludlow College, please contact Student Services. The College may be able to contribute to some of the costs, depending on the nature and hours of your College programme. Young mums aged 16 to 19 should ask about the national Care2Learn scheme.
Students are issued with a College ID card when they enrol. These should be worn at all times when in college. With this card, students can then apply for a National Union of Students (NUS) Extra card which entitles the holder to many discounts on shopping, services and travel around the country.