Free Multiply Maths Courses

Some of our courses are part of the UK government’s Multiply scheme to help adults improve their numeracy skills.

These courses can help you:

    • Build your confidence with numbers and gain a qualification.
    • Unlock job opportunities and lead to higher wages.
    • Prepare you for further study.
    • In everyday life, such as helping children with homework and budgeting money.

Browse and apply for Multiply courses

For these funded courses you will need to do a pre-course assessment to make sure that the course is the right level for you.

You must also meet the criteria below.

If you are not sure which criteria apply to your course please check the course outline or call 020 3871 3111.

These courses are free if you are:

19 years or older

To study here in 2023/24 you need to be 19 years or older on 31st August 2023.

Assessed at the right level for the course

We will check your level when you apply.

  Complete online assessment on course webpage

Or contact Universal Skills
  Email: universal.skills@citylit.ac.uk
  Phone: 020 4582 0423

Living in London

Your address must be in London.
We will check your postcode when you enrol.

Permitted to live in the UK
Residency status You need to show us

You are one of the following: 

  • UK national,
  • EEA / Swiss national with pre-settled status,
  • EEA / Swiss national with settled status,
  • Irish citizen ordinarily resident in UK/Ireland.

AND

You have lived in the UK/EEA/British Overseas Territories or the Crown Dependencies for the last 3 years.

No evidence

You are a permanent resident in England with one of the following residency statuses:

  • Refugee Status
  • Discretionary Leave to Enter or Remain
  • Exceptional Leave to Enter or Remain
  • Indefinite Leave to Enter or Remain
  • Humanitarian Protection
  • Leave Outside the Rules
  • Ukraine Family Scheme
  • Ukraine Sponsorship Scheme (Homes for Ukraine)
  • Ukraine Extension Scheme
  • Afghans eligible under the Afghan Relocation and Assistance Policy (formerly known as Locally Engaged Staff under the intimidation policy

One of the following:

 Certificate of entitlement to the right of abode

 Indefinite leave to remain (ILR) stamps and vignettes

 Biometric residence permit (BRP)

 Home Office travel documents

 Passport Stamp/Sticker - CAT D vignettes

Examples of evidence: Guidance on examining identity documents (accessible) - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

Do not send password protected documents.
Send only -PDF,-JPG,-DOC (.DOCX) files.

Send us your evidence

You are any Asylum Seeker and one of these is true:

  • You have lived in the UK for six months or longer while your claim is being considered by the Home Office, and no decision has been made
  • You have been refused Asylum and have appealed against a decision and no decision has been made within six months of lodging the appeal
  • You have been granted permission by the UK Government to support yourself or are receiving local authority support

Recently arrived Asylum Seekers can contact us about how to study at City Lit
  Email: universal.skills@citylit.ac.uk
  Phone: 020 4582 0423

One of the following:

 Application registration cards (ARCs)

 Home Office Documents

Examples of evidence: Guidance on examining identity documents (accessible) - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

Do not send password protected documents.
Send only -PDF,-JPG,-DOC (.DOCX) files.

Send us your evidence
You have another immigration status and you have permission to live in the UK for 1 year from your course start date.

  Call: 020 3871 3111
Monday to Friday 12:00-18:00

Examples of evidence: Guidance on examining identity documents (accessible) - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

You have another immigration status and you have lived in the UK/EEA/British Overseas Territories or the Crown Dependencies for the last 3 years from your course start date.

  Call: 020 3871 3111
Monday to Friday 12:00-18:00

Examples of evidence: Guidance on examining identity documents (accessible) - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

Have a different residency status?
 Contact us online 
  Phone: 020 3871 3111
Monday to Friday 12:00-18:00

Still have questions?

Contact Us
Or call Student Services on 020 3871 3111
Monday to Friday 12:00-18:00.
 

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