Fees & Funding
Tuition fees for 2015-2016 are £17,000 for the year.
Our ethos is to ensure talented young dancers from all over the world have the opportunity to train with us, regardless of their background or ability to pay. To this end we offer financial assistance in the form of:
- Dance and Drama Awards, awarded on a combination of merit and financial means test are available to students from the European Union.
- Full and part Scholarships to support tuition fees
- Full and part Bursaries to support living costs
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UK and EU Students - Dance and Drama Awards
The Education Funding Agency (the EFA) offers a number of awards for Students undertaking Further Education (FE) dance and drama courses. These are known as Dance and Drama Awards (DaDA). Students who are EU or EEA nationals, and who have lived in an EU country for the past three years and are aged 16, 17 or 18 at the start of the course, can apply for a Dance and Drama Award (DaDA).
Your application for tuition fees will be assessed against your household income. Students who normally live in England, Scotland and Wales may also apply for help with their living costs and expenses associated with attending their course.
The income assessment for the tuition fees will last for the duration of the course, however assessment for maintenance funding will be carried out on an annual basis. Therefore a new maintenance application must be submitted each year.
Any Dance and Drama Awards offered prior to a full income assessment being undertaken are offered on a provisional basis only.
Please find more information on the following website.
Non EU Students
The School has a limited number of scholarships and bursaries available to EU and non EU students which are awarded on a combination of talent and parental income.
The School works continuously to raise money for scholarships, with the aim that no talented student is disadvantaged by lack of financial means.