WARWICKSHIRE College has announced its tuition fees for students studying higher education courses in 2012/13.
Full-time course fees will range from £5,500 to £6,500, with a reduction for those studying their course part-time or through their employers.
Some students could pay as £4,500.
Warwickshire College has also drawn up its Access Agreement which aims to improve uptake of higher education places for students from low income families.
The college will participate in the National Scholarship Programme providing between 20 and 30 £3,000 scholarships for students from low income households. Full-time students from households with an income of less than £25,000 per annum will be eligible for a £750 bursary for each year of their course.
Director of HE, Dr Ann Cotterill, said: “The college has a variable fee policy which means that no students are subsidising the costs of other students.
“Our fees enable us to re-invest in the quality of our courses, including training and developing our staff, so that students have the very best learning experience. In addition, all of our HE courses are designed with input from employers, ensuring that students are equipped to work in industry.”
Visit www.warwickshire.ac.uk or call 0300 45 600 45.