Cookie Notice

This website uses cookies to ensure the best experience. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Learn more about privacy policy.

As a higher education institution, our commitment to you is important and we, therefore, use regulations, policies and codes of conduct, which are designed to protect and maintain both academic quality and your rights and responsibilities as our student.

You need to be aware of their existence and their relevance to you and your studies.

Alongside this, you may also have other separate arrangements with external organisations, such as the Student Loans Company, which you will need to ensure that you fully understand.

Our academic regulations ensure that all students are treated in a fair way – from the moment you are accepted onto a course at University Centre St Helens, through to assessments and the qualification that you are awarded.

You can find out more about University Centre St Helens general policy documents, which together form our student contract, the basis of the contractual relationship between you and us, below:

Student Admissions Policy Thumb
Student Admissions Policy
Tuition Fees Policy Thumb
Tuition Fees Policy
2021/2022 Entry

Tuition Fees Policy
2020/2021 Entry
Accompanying Information and Conditions of Offer Thumb
Accompanying Information
and Conditions of Offer
Course Cancellation Form
Course Cancellation Form
Complaints Policy and Procedure Thumbail
Complaints Policy and Procedure
Formal Complaints Form
Formal Complaint Form
Public Information Policy and Procedure
Public Information Policy and Procedure
The Policy and Procedure for the Management of Course Closure or Suspension of a Programme of Study Thumb
Course Closure Policy and Procedure
Student Protection Plan Thumb
Student Protection Plan
Student Transfer Policy Thumb
Student Transfer Policy
Access and Participation Plan Thumb
Access and Participation Plan
Access and Participation Plan Thumb
Access and Participation Plan
2020/21 – 2024/25
Academic Malpractice and Maladministration Policy
Academic Malpractice and
Maladministration Policy
Provider Fee Information 2021 22 Thumbnail 
Provider Fee Information 2022-23

Provider Fee Information 2021-22 
Access and Participation Plan Thumb
2020-21 to 2024-25 Access and Participation Plan
Access and Participation Plan Summary Thumb
2020-21 to 2024-25 Access and Participation Plan - Summary

Important Information for Prospective Students

Terms, conditions and disclaimers

University Centre St Helens is a brand of St Helens College, trading as SK College Group. University Centre St Helens endeavours to deliver courses and programmes of study in accordance with the description set out on this website. This website is updated regularly in order to provide maximum assistance to individuals considering applying for a course of study offered at University Centre St Helens. Every effort has been made to ensure that the information contained on this website is accurate but it is possible that some changes may occur. University Centre St Helens reserves the right to amend, remove and add courses in the future. Please note that the University Centre St Helens website is the most up-to-date source of information regarding courses and facilities and we strongly recommend that you always visit the website before making any commitments.

Total fees

Please note that the total amount of the tuition fees payable for the duration of your degree is set out in the offer pack. Each degree may have different, additional costs. Full details of these can be found on the relevant degree page. You may be required to pay additional costs, to allow you to fully participate in and complete your chosen degree. Typically, additional costs are a combination of mandatory or optional expenses you may need to pay during your course of studies. These often comprise of materials, equipment, field trips, work placement costs (this list is not exhaustive) and are not included in your tuition fee payment. It is important to note that tuition fees do not cover the costs of purchasing materials that are required for completion of the degree, including books, stationery, printing, dissertation binding or photocopying costs (non-exhaustive list).