Our mission is to make learning affordable and accessible for all, no matter your circumstances. That's why we make spreading the cost of your course as simple and manageable as possible with our flexible, interest-free payment plans.
You'll enrol on your course with a small deposit, then pay the rest through a monthly direct debit at no extra cost.
Our plans are flexible, so you can pay your balance off sooner if you choose. You also have the option of paying the full amount upfront.
You'll have unlimited one-to-one support from your personal tutor from the moment you enrol to the moment you graduate. They'll help you with any academic questions you have about your coursework and assignments.
You can get in touch with them anytime online or arrange a phone call, and they'll get back to you within 2 working days.
You'll also be supported by our friendly Student Services team, who'll answer any non-academic questions you have. They can help with your payment plan, exam info, using the Student Community, and anything else you need.
If your course involves in-person exams, this will be noted on the course page, and you should contact your local British Council office to find out if you can sit these exams locally. If not, you may need to travel to your nearest exam location or to the UK.
We'd suggest you contact our Course Advisors on +44 141 302 5487 to discuss your options.
A qualification is known as a Diploma, Certificate or Award based on how many learning hours it takes to complete.
(Note that this doesn’t indicate how advanced the material is – the difficulty is indicated by the 'Level' of the course. For example, Level 2 courses are roughly the same level of difficulty as GCSEs, while Level 7 courses are set at postgraduate level.)
Depending on the subject you're studying, there may be only one length of qualification available at each Level, or there may be a choice of Diplomas, Certificates or Awards so that you can choose how comprehensive your qualification will be.