Fees + Dates
Annual fees are for attending the academic part of the course. They include all attending
weekends, access to personal tutor, assessments and feedback, reports, end of level summaries, and graduation assessment if on time. It may be possible for you to access grants but this is down to
individual students to pursue with the relevant bodies. Throughout the course there will be
additional costs for books, clinics, and supervision.
The fees for students joining our four year part time licentiate programme in Autumn 2018 are listed
below. There is a rising scale that is commensurate with the support you get each year. It also allows
a lower starting price when students first have to accommodate this cost. The fees can be paid in
one of two ways; either the annual fee in full before the first academic weekend each year, or by 10
monthly standing order payments which has a small cost.
One - off payment
before the start of
the academic year
First payment by standing order due by start of the academic year*
Monthly standing orders starting October
258 x 8*
242 x 9
258 x 9
268 x 9
* First payment due in October for Year One, with 8 remaining payments starting in November. All
other years start payments in September with nine remaining payments starting in October and all
monthly payments following are due on the first of each month.
These fees are subject to reasonable increases during the four years a student is with the college.
Students will be given notice before this happens.
A registration fee of £195 is payable on joining the college, whether as a first year student or
transferring in to a higher year. This is paid at application time and is non-refundable once a place has been offered and accepted.
Attending dates for students and staff for the academic year 2019/20.
Please note Year One starts in October. All dates are Saturday and Sunday.
Clinic Dates for 2018/19
these are held in Salisbury
July dates subject to arrangement with the Clinic Supervisor.
If you wish to find out more, please download a Prospectus and have a look an our upcoming Open Days. Some students have also found it beneficial to attend one of our Introductory Courses before committing to our four year programme.
When you decide to study with us, you will need to complete an Application Form. Once this is received you will be invited to an interview where a final decision can be made by yourself and
ourselves of your and our suitability. If all is ok, an offer of a place will be made and as soon as you
accept, you will receive our study pack. This is the first step on your learning journey and we will
look forward to welcoming you in Autumn 2019.
If you have any questions or would like to discuss the programme further, please contact us:
Telephone: 01993 869244