Financing your course 

Leave it to us, whatever your circumstance, we may be able to help with our available finance options.  
What does this mean for you? You can spread the cost of your course, making it more affordable and convenient to take the next step in your career, at a manageable pace to suit you and your needs with small monthly installments.  
Simple, Easy Finance By Kandoo
The Benefits of choosing Kandoo 
Authorised and regulated by the FCA and sources funds only from UK-regulated lenders. 
 
Simply fill in a quick form and if you are approved the money is paid directly into your account usually within 48 hours. 
 
Once you have applied for finance all your dealings are with Kandoo and they will resolve any issues or queries that may arise and can provide advice on finance where required. 
 
Loans from as low as £1,000 to £50,000 with flexible lending periods up to 7 years available. 
 
Start your application for a personal quotation without affecting your credit history! 
To help you to enrol on your desired course, we have partnered with Kandoo, a regulated credit broker to offer all our customers a range of highly flexible finance options. Kandoo is a comparison service that searches to find you the best Personal Loan or Secured Lending option that’s right for you. 
The not so small small print... 
Course Detective Limited, registered in Wales, Company Registration Number - 12618949 
Course Detective are an Introducer Appointed Representative (‘IAR’) of Switcha Limited, Trading as Kandoo which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, Firm Registration Number: 828963 for Credit Broking and Insurance Distribution. 
Switcha Limited is a Credit Broker and not a Lender. You can check this on the Financial Services Register at https://register.fca.org.uk/. 
Representative Example: Total Amount of credit £5,000 agreement duration 5 years, at £103.82 per month. Total amount repayable is £6,299.20. Interest rate 4.25% APR. Fixed 9.9% APR Representative. Credit is subject to credit worthiness and affordability. Figures correct 14th July 2020. 
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