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Funding to cover the cost of qualification courses

06 Jan 2020

Find out about the following loans to see if you are eligible to apply to study an early years qualification:  

Level 3, 4 and 5 - Advanced learner loan

Government website

The money advice service

Loan eligibility does not depend on your income and there are no credit checks.  You’ll have to pay your loan back when you’ve finished your course and if you earn more than £25,725, a year. If you meet certain criteria you may also be eligible for money from the Advanced Learner Loan Bursary Fund

 Level 5 and 6 (undergraduate course) – Tuition fee loan

Government website

A tuition fee loan covers the cost of the fees charged by the university or college.  Again this is only paid back once your course is finished and you earn in excess of  £25,725, a year.  Find out if you are eligible for a bursary or extra financial help.

Other sources of funding

Turn2us is charity that provides information and support about welfare benefits and charitable grants.  Find out what help may be available if you are studying in further or higher education.

 If you’re a provider in Dorset Council's area see their information on qualifications and funding

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