If you need to pay fees for your course, you at any of our colleges by:
To make payment via bank transfer (BACS) please use the following details:
Account Name: Ealing Hammersmith and West London College
Name of Bank: Barclays Bank
Location: Hammersmith Branch
Account Number: 60444839
Sort Code: 20-36-08
Swift Code: BARCGB22
IBAN Code: GB12 BARC 2036 0860 444839
Please use your student ID number as the reference for the payment.
Our only bank account details are the ones listed above; any changes will be posted here. We will not:
If you do receive any such communication it will be a scam and potential fraud. West London College is unable to accept liability if you transfer money to an incorrect account.
For many of our courses, excluding English as a Foreign Language, there may be alternative methods to pay your course fees, such as paying in instalments and student loans.
If your course fees exceed £500 and your course runs for 10 weeks or more, you can pay for your fees in 3 instalments (excluding English as a Foreign Language). Only fees for tuition can be paid in instalments. Other course-related fees must be paid in full at the time of enrolment. These include, but are not limited to, examination fees & material fees. A £20 administration fee is payable for all instalment plans.
Typical instalment plan:
Exact dates of payment will be confirmed when you enrol.
Important: Non-Payment of Fees
Continued attendance on a course is dependent upon payment of fees. If payment is not made or acceptable payment terms cannot be agreed upon, you may be denied access to the college, suspended or withdrawn from your course. West London College reserves the right to refer unpaid fees to a solicitor or debt collection agency for recovery.
If you’re aged 19 or over and you’re required to pay for a Level 3 (or above) course, you can apply for an Advanced Learner Loan to help with the costs. Loan eligibility does not depend on your income and there are no credit checks. However, nationality and residency conditions apply.
The loan covers your course fees and is paid directly to the college.
If you take out an Advanced Learner Loan to fund an Access to HE Diploma, you’ll be eligible to have the balance of your Advanced Learner Loan written off if you go on to complete a Higher Education qualification at university or college. However, if you don’t complete either course, you won’t be eligible to have the balance written off and will need to repay your loan in full.
We will provide you with a ‘Learning and Funding Information’ letter, which allows you to apply for the loan.
For more information, and to apply, please visit the government’s Advanced Learner Loan page.
Before applying you may wish to seek financial advice and guidance from impartial services, such as the Money Advice Service.
For our Higher Education courses, ‘Home’ students who are resident in the UK can apply for a Student Loan to cover all of their tuition fees. Student Loans are provided by the Student Loan Company for assistance with tuition fees and/or maintenance and loans do not have to be repaid until you have finished your course and are earning over £25,000 per year. For more information, please visit gov.uk