Fees & scholarships

Ealing Independent College is a fee-paying independent college.

Please see fee structure and scholarship details below. 

UK/EU fees


International Fees

Scholarships, discounts and payment details

Scholarships are awarded to exceptionally gifted and ambitious students who would otherwise not be able to attend the College without financial support.

Students are evaluated for the Ealing Independent College Scholarship Scheme on an individual basis. A 15% sibling discount is available for students enrolling who have one or more siblings at the College.

Enrolment fees

Upon enrolment, the following non-refundable fees are due:

  • Enrolment fee of £300
  • Book and resource material fee of £450 (per academic year)

Additional supplementary fees information

Additional GCSE subjects: For GCSE Courses, tuition fees are inclusive of PHSE, games programme and examination fees except for retakes of modular exams. Any additional subjects, exceeding a total of 8 will be charged at an additional fee of £1,500 per subject, except for English Literature which is charged at £750 per annum

Examinations fees: Charged separately for all A-level subjects. All examination fees are due 14 days from date of invoice. Failure or late payment of examination fees will result in withdrawal of all examination entries. Please note, students will be entered for examinations on the courses for which they are receiving tuition in a class. However, it is the students’ responsibility to ensure that their names are included on examination lists for all other examinations for which they wish to be entered (e.g. resits). All examinations entries will be invoiced separately. 

Additional A-Level subjects: The fourth subject at A2 level incurs no fee, but is only available to scholars and students with good AS grades

Full details can be found in the Enrolment booklet (please view details for international students here.)

Pastoral care

Discover more about our pastoral approach - where tutors are assigned to small groups of students and regular contact ensures that parents are well informed about progress.

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