At Stonebridge Careers Training, we’re committed to making education affordable for everyone. We offer a choice of funding methods, enabling you to select a payment plan that works for you.
Cover the cost of your course upfront and access our very latest discounts. Students that pay in full can take advantage of promotions and price changes to make incredible savings. Start your qualification straightaway and work through your study programme at your own pace, with no further fees.
If paying for your course instantly isn’t convenient, you can spread the cost over 12 months or less. Our payment plans come with interest at 0% APR, ensuring that you can entirely fund your studies in manageable instalments. To begin the process, you’ll put down a small deposit, which will be taken off the total cost of your course. Complete our payment registration form and get started on your qualification. Once your final instalment is made, you’ll receive a previously agreed cashback payment from our team.
Secure a loan that will spread the cost of your course over 3 years. Working in partnership with Deko, Stonebridge Careers Training can offer an adaptable payment plan. To progress with your loan application, you’ll need to pass a credit check and pay a 5% deposit.
Below is a comparison of the different payment methods for a course that costs £999.99. It shows you the differences between what you pay upfront, each month and the total payments made over the full agreement period for each payment method:
|Payment in Full||Payment Plan||Deko Loan|
|Day 1 Payment||£999.99||£19.99||£49.99|
|Number of Monthly Payments||NA||11||36|
|Monthly Payment Amount||NA||£89.09||£31.96|
Full details on how these amounts change for each course can be found on each course page. Before making any decision to start a course it’s important to check these amounts to decide on the payment method that suits you best. Deposit levels and interest charges can vary.
On August 1st 2016, the government introduced 19+ advanced learner loans. These loans allow those who are aged 19 or over to go back into education.
You will start paying back your loan from the April following the completion of your course. The monthly repayments are based on your annual salary and not the amount that was loaned and you won’t need to pay anything until your salary exceeds £21,000 per annum. If for any reason your salary falls below this level, then repayments will be suspended until you earn this amount again. If you want to pay back a higher amount each month and clear your loan faster, this is also an option.
Once your annual income exceeds £21,000 then the repayment amount will be 9% of any income you earn over £21,000.
Any outstanding Advanced Learner Loan will usually be written off if it hasn’t been paid back after 30 years.
If you receive a disability related benefit or are deemed permanently unfit for work, it will also be cancelled.
Your loan, or any balance outstanding, will be completely wiped if you go on to graduate from university and the course is eligible for funding by Student Finance England. This means that you won’t have to repay the loan if you are successful in completing your degree.