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Higher Education Student Information

Course Information

  • Degree & Higher Education Prospectus -  Find out the information you require in our Degree & Higher Education Prospectus
  • HE Student Handbook -  The current student handbook gives you a set of key information that our current students are provided with
  • Course Fees and Eligibility Statement -  Learn about the fees you will be required to pay. More information on student finances is also available here
  • 2021/22 Course Fee Summary - Find out more about our course fees
  • Student Protection Plan - Applicable to HE Students joining from September 2019, and covers the events and situations that have the potential to prevent a student from finishing their course, and the mitigations in place to keep the risk to students low. In the rare event that we are not able to preserve the delivery of courses the plan cross references to our Refund and Compensation policy, held within our Rules, Regulations and Procedures for Students (terms and conditions).
  • Refund and Compensation Policy - See Rules, Regulations and Procedures for Students (terms and conditions) below for details
  • Higher Education Hardship Fund - The Higher Education Hardship Fund is used to support enrolled students facing financial hardship. Guidance on the Hardship fund, and the application process are detailed here. 



Access and Participation Plans

  • 2018/19 Access Agreement - The College is committed to ensuring all students from all groups in our community can access and succeed in their studies.  This plan details the actions we are taking in 2018/19 to promote access into Higher Education.

  • 2019/20 Access and Participation Plan - This plan applied to students enrolling in 2019/20, and details how the College will improve equality of opportunity for underrepresented groups to access, succeed in and progress from Higher Education.

  • 2020/21 to 2024/25 Access and Participation Plan - This plan applies to students enrolling in the period 2020/21 to 2024/5, and details how the College will improve equality of opportunity for underrepresented groups to access, succeed in and progress from Higher Education.


 Student Policies

  • College‚Äôs Ways of Working - The Ways of Working underpin the way our students and staff work together

  • Equality and Diversity Statement - As a College we are committed to Equality and Diversity and this document details those commitments

  • Student Charter - Developed with our students, our HE Student Charter outlines our shared commitment to making your HE experience at the college a success

  • Student Involvement Strategy - This strategy tells you how students play a vital role in shaping the work of the College

  • Student Transfer Policy - this policy describes the process for students seeking to transfer between higher education providers, or between courses at City College Norwich.

Transparency Data - Office for Students

  • Transparency Data Published August 2019 - This page shows application and admissions data for recognised, undergraduate higher education courses that we have received from UK domiciled applicants.