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University-Level Prospectus | SUPPORTING YOU


SUPPORTING YOU FINANCIAL HELP


We know that money can sometimes be a worry when studying for a degree, but the good news is that you may be eligible for a Tuition Fee Loan and/or a Maintenance Loan.


A Tuition Fee Loan of up to £9,250 is available through Student Finance England. This is paid directly to Petroc.


Maintenance Loans are provided by the Government and can help you with living costs (e.g. rent, bills, food, nights out). The loan is paid directly into your bank account at the start of each term.


To find out if you are eligible for a loan, read about repayment requiremnets, and learn how to apply, visit www.gov.uk


ADDITIONAL SUPPORT


We want to ensure that you have the support that you need to complete your course. Please ensure you highlight any medical/learning needs clearly at the application stage, so we can discuss it at interview and ensure you are made aware of the most appropriate support options available.


TRANSPORT


It is possible to purchase a bus pass through the college; please visit the college website for more information and to apply. If you plan to drive to college, you can apply for an annual parking permit.


SAFEGUARDING & PREVENT


We take the welfare of all learners and staff very seriously and have a dedicated Safeguarding Team that responds to any concerns raised. For further information please refer to the Safeguarding Policy online. The Safeguarding Team can be contacted by phone on 01271 852370 or by email at safeguarding@petroc.ac.uk


FIND OUT MORE ONLINE PETROC.AC.UK


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