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Introductory Workshop - £225



Diploma Year 1 - £6,229

Diploma Year 2 - £6,229

Diploma Year 3 (Dissertation/write-up year) - £1,700



BSc (Hons) Year 1 (inc Diploma Year 2) - £6,990

BSc (Hons) Year 2 (inc Diploma Year 2) - £6,990

BSc (Hons) Year 3 (Dissertation/write-up year) - £1,700 


No cash payments allowed.

Your course may require you to undertake personal therapy, and/or to engage in clinical supervision for any placement work you do. The costs for personal therapy and clinical supervision are not included in the tuition fees, so you will be expected to pay for them yourself, in addition to the tuition fees listed above. You must continue to engage in personal therapy and/or supervision during any time taken out of training. The approximate cost of therapy is between £50-£70 an hour, for supervision the cost is around £55-£75 an hour. If you start working with clients during your studies, you must also take out professional indemnity insurance which costs around £80 per year.

Fee payment options for all students 2019-2020

Please note that from September 2019, the payments options available for students (new and continuing) are as follows:

  1. Payment of fees in full.
  2. Payment by your sponsor/employer which requires you to pay a deposit which will be refunded when payment is received in full from your sponsor/employer. You will be liable for any outstanding fees in the event of default on the part of the employer or sponsor.
  3. Payment of the fees with a deposit due immediately on acceptance to the course followed by five further direct debit payments.

If two consecutive direct debit payments are returned unpaid by your bank, the remaining outstanding balance will become immediately due.