Tuition Fees

Instalment plans are available for self-funding students on all programmes
  • Manage your finances effectively
  • Spread tuition fees over 3 to 24 months
  • No deposit due at enrolment
  • Credit subject to status
Sponsorship may be provided for eligible students by the following organisations:
  • Department for Work and Pensions
  • HM Armed Forces
  • National Careers Service

Enhanced Learning Credits

We are an approved provider of professional training to serving forces personnel via the Enhanced Learning Credits programme.

Tuition fees support is available on selected programmes, with a minimum 20% student contribution.

Corporate Sponsorship

Employers in both the public and private sector may be willing to consider offering financial assistance to their employees.  

Around 1 in 3 of our current students’ study with financial support from their employers.

Get our guide to employer sponsorship

Status Disclosure

Opportunities Workshop Limited acts as a credit broker and only offers credit products from Premium Credit Limited, a company registered in England and Wales with company number 02015200 whose registered address is Ermyn House, Ermyn Way, Leatherhead, Surrey KT22 8UX.  Opportunities Workshop Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Our registered number is 822927. Credit subject to age and status.  Please note that up to 12 months interest-free 0% finance is not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.  Any late or missed repayment may have serious consequences and your credit rating may be affected which could make it more difficult to obtain credit in the future.

Treating Customers Fairly

We are committed to providing the highest standards of customer service and advice at all times and are fully committed to the Treating Customers Fairly outcomes and ethos. Click here for full details including our customer complaints process.

Suitability Assessment

If you're unsure about whether tuition fees for your chosen programme are affordable, the following questions may help:
  • Does your household have a regular income that will be able to meet an additional monthly repayment?
  • Have you previously had any credit issues such as CCJs, defaults, IVA, bankruptcy or debt management plan?
  • Do you consider their personal credit to be in good standing?
  • Are you aware of any circumstances, current or future, that would affect your ability to enter into a credit agreement? 
  • Would you benefit from receiving additional information, advice and guidance before making any decisions?