Please find below all our course costs for the academic year 2018-19

En Route Programme
Undergraduate Study
Postgraduate Study
Other Costs

IT IS NOT POSSIBLE TO CONFIRM FEES FOR FUTURE ACADEMIC YEARS BUT THE MAXIMUM INCREASE IN EACH YEAR FOR TUITION FEES WILL NOT EXCEED THE RATE OF INFLATION, AS MEASURED BY THE CONSUMER PRICES INDEX (CPI).

UNDERGRADUATE AND POSTGRADUATE COURSES ARE INVOICED ANNUALLY. SHORTER COURSES ARE INVOICED AT OR BEFORE THE START OF THE COURSE.

WE PREFER PAYMENT BY DIRECT BANK TRANSFER. OTHERWISE, CHEQUES SHOULD BE MADE PAYABLE TO "ALL NATIONS CHRISTIAN COLLEGE".

 

En Route Programme

(Fees stated are per person)

Course

Programme length

 

Application fee

(non-refundable)

Course Deposit (non-refundable but deducted from your course fees)

Total Course Fee1a

 

Tuition Fees

Food & Accommodation1a

En Route (Residential)

10 weeks

£25

£350

£3830

 

£2280

£1550

Explore (Online)1b

13 weeks

£15

-

£638

 

-

-

Express (Residential)

5 days

-

£15  £360

Standard rate

 

 

 

 

£330

Group rate (2 or more people)

 

£270

Full time student, or

All Nations Partner**

**All Nations Partner: an organisation that uses express residential exclusively for the cross-cultural training of its short-term mission partners

Express (Online)

4 weeks
(20 hours)

-

 

£165

 

-

-

        £150 Group rate (8 or more people) - -

 

1a Please contact us for prices for families.

1bMarried couples discount: explore online course only - where both are studying they receive a discount of 20% on the second student's fees.

See bottom of the page for other costs.

 

 

Undergraduate Study

(Fees stated are per person)
Application fee: £45
(non-refundable)
Course Deposit Fee: £350. This is non-refundable but will be deducted from your course fees. Room deposits are also payable at the same time - see 'Other Costs' below.

 

Programme length
(per year)

Total Fees 2b

Tuition & Accommodation combined 2c

Tuition Fees2d

Food & Accommodation 2b

Annual University Registration fees

Certificate, Diploma or BA2a

30 weeks

£11,591

£11,116

£6,486

£4,630

£475

2a Part time study is available for these courses, please ask for details.
2b Students taking the Diploma or the Degree programme must also budget for the cost of their Ministry Internship, which is a course requirement. For more details see here.
2c Please contact us for prices for families.
2d Please note that the student loan company only grant up to £6000 per year towards tuition fees. Students must therefore fund the surplus.

Please note: If you continue beyond the normal length of your course there will be additional costs. The undergraduate continuation fee is £500 p.a. and £475 Open University Registration fee.

Married couples discounts

Discount A - where both are studying full-time for two years or more, in second/third year they receive a combined discount of £3,400.

Discount B - where both are studying, one full-time, one half-time over two years or more, in the second/third year they receive a combined discount of £2,518.

See bottom of the page for other costs

 

 

Postgraduate Study

(Fees stated are per person)
Application fee: £45
(non-refundable)
Course Deposit Fee: £350. This is non-refundable but will be deducted from your course fees. This is non-refundable but will be deducted from your course fees. Room deposits are also payable at the same time - see 'Other Costs' below.

Course

Programme length
(per year)

Total Fees

Tuition & Accommodation combined3e

Tuition Fees

Food & Accommodation 3c

Annual University Registration fees

PG Cert

7 months £7,037 £6,562 £2,162 £4,400 £475

PG Dip

10 months £11,129 £10,654 £4,324 £6,330 £475

MA (1 year) 3a

11 months

£14,371

£13,896

£6,486

£7,410

£475

Masters Online (annual charge, course spans 3 years)3b

1 year

£2,637

£2,162

£2,162

See note 3d

£475

3a Part time study is available for these courses, please ask for details.
3b Food and accommodation charges will apply for attendance of the MA residential intensive course. These will depend on the length of your stay.
3c Please contact us for prices for families.
3d MA online food & accommodation costs for intensive courses: £22.50 per night, full board.
3e Please note that UK government student loans from the SLC are available to access, subject to course designation and providing you fulfil the eligibility criteria. To find out if you are eligible for student finance please see: https://www.gov.uk/masters-loan.

Other MA Fees:

Please note: If you continue beyond the normal length of your course there will be additional costs. The MA Continuation fee is £500 p.a. and £475 Open University Registration fee.

MA Bridging Course fee £50.

Married couples discounts

Discount A - where both are studying full-time for two years or more, in second/third year they receive a combined discount of £3,400.

Discount B - where both are studying, one full-time, one half-time over two years or more, in the second/third year they receive a combined discount of £2,518.

See bottom of the page for other costs.

 

 

 

Other Costs

 Accommodation

  • A room deposit of £50 for standard rooms. Family accommodation deposit is £600. Room deposits should be paid at the same time as the course deposit (on acceptance of the course). All deposits will be refunded if accommodation is left in an acceptable condition.
  • Refundable key deposits are £20.
  • The cost of a lost fob is £20.
  • Students are expected to pay the meal and accommodation costs for their own visitors.
  • Students are expected to find and fund their own accommodation during the holiday periods.

Living Costs

  • Washing machines (£2.20 per wash) and tumble dryers (£1 per cycle) are available on site.
  • A small shop is available on site where you can buy toiletries, stationary, snacks etc.
  • There is a small gym available on site which is free of charge.

Student Body

  • Student Body Fees of £6 per term are payable for all students attending the college.
  • Tutor groups suggest a donation of approximately £2 per term to cover group social events.

Photocopying/Stationary

  • Students are expected to provide their own stationary.
  • £1 printing cards produce 20 sheets of A4 black and white or 4 sheets in colour. £2.50 photocopy cards produce 50 sheets of A4.

Travel

  • Students are expected to fund their own travel costs to and from College.
  • Some students elect to buy an annual student rail discount card for trips to London (£30).

Overseas Students

  • This fees sheet does not include costs exclusive to overseas students such as the Health Surcharge, or the costs of obtaining an English Language Certificate or a visa, which are the responsibility of the student.

Ministry and Church Placement Costs

  • Ministry Placements offer an opportunity for students to begin to understand the financial implications of doing ministry and to exercise faith in God to provide for them. Each ministry placement will have a unique cost and a partnership agreement with the church or charity concerned. Please make yourself aware of the arrangements for the placement you have chosen. Our God is a generous God and we have a legacy of seeing Him provide for generations.

Ministry Internship

Ministry internship requires undertaking an extended supervised placement as part of a team in a cross cultural context lasting approximately 3 weeks.The student can choose to work in a multicultural context within the UK or overseas. All costs relating to the Ministry Internship will be unique to the internship and are the responsibility of the student. The following is not an exhaustive but a list of potential expenses for the internship:

  •     travel: international and domestic flights - if relevant
  •     visa and immigration charges - if relevant
  •     health insurance and vaccination costs - if relevant
  •     accommodation and food
  •     travel during the placement - rail/ bus/ taxi etc

Transcripts and Certificates

  • Duplicate transcripts for alumni are charged at  £20 each document.
  • Duplicate O.U certificates costs are available from the Open University. 
  • Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) application fee is £100

Accessing Sessions / Guests in attendance

With permission and at least 24 hours notice, College and student guests may attend a one hour lecture free of charge. After that lectures are charged at £15 per hour in advance.
 

To download the fees sheet (2018-19) please click here.

To download the fees sheet (2017-18) please click here.

 

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