Tuition fees for 2012 announced at Writtle College

April 2011

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(NOTE: This is an archived press release.)

Writtle College has set its tuition fees at £8000 for new undergraduates from the UK and EU commencing their programmes in the academic year, 2012-13.

This figure reflects the cost of delivering a high quality experience and a well-resourced learning environment for our students.

In a 2011 report the College is commended by the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA), that oversees standards in Higher Education, for our ‘comprehensive student support system and the demonstrable commitment of staff to the support and enhancement of student learning’ and for ‘the way in which the curriculum is designed, developed and delivered to take advantage of staff research and professional practice.’ We are pleased with this recognition.

Tuition fees at Writtle represent good value for money as we strive to ensure that our students will be fully supported throughout their studies, and that their courses are relevant to industry and underpinned by leading-edge research.

We are confident that in terms of class sizes, teaching contact hours, access to tutors and facilities, Writtle is an outstanding place to study.