Affordable education at Kensington and Chelsea College

Young peopleKensington and Chelsea College is helping students save their pounds with a range of discounts that offer courses at purse friendly prices.

Tthe college has introduced a bursary scheme whereby qualifying students aged 16-19 could apply for a £1200 annual bursary or apply for support of £20 a week under a discretionary fund.

The college has also initiated several other discounts and free courses for students. Visit the Kensington and Chelsea College website for more information.

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