Croydon University Centre will freeze tuition fees for students starting courses in September 2021 for the next academic year, the university's leadership have announced.

The move will see university course tuition costs for all but one of the undergraduate courses on offer frozen at £6,000 per academic year, while HNC (Higher National Certificate) courses will cost £5,450 for students starting full-time in September 2021.

The only degree not included will be the university's joint *BSc in Adult Nursing, which costs £9,250 per year and is run in partnership with Roehampton University.

The fees per year are notably less than many other university's across the country that typically charge over £9,000 for tuition on undergraduate degrees, and Croydon University Centre pointed out their "competitive" offer compared to the costs elsewhere.

"We are delighted to announce that our higher education course fees remain comparatively low for the coming academic year," Miemie Neethling-Taylor, head of higher education at Croydon University Centre, said.

"Amidst the difficulties of the pandemic, we are able to continue to offer affordable study options without compromising on quality.

"We are proud to support widening participation in higher education. It is so important, now more than ever, to support students in our local area to achieve their career dreams and own their futures," she added.

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