Finance & Student Services

Overseas Undergraduate and Postgraduate Student Fees

For the 2021/22 academic year overseas new students are required to pay the full cost of their tuition.

£19,070 for BA (Hons) and PGDip Contemporary Dance

£21,250 for the Masters in Contemporary Dance

£22,000 for the MA Screendance 

There will be an increase in fees for undergraduate students in the second and third years of study. 

Undergraduate and Postgraduate Deposit

Applicants who are offered a place on all courses will be asked to provide a deposit of £1500 within 14 days of the date of the offer, in order to secure their place. The Tuition Fee Deposit is held against payment of your tuition fees and is not normally refundable, except within the 14-day cooling off period from submitting your acceptance form, in compliance with consumer protection legislation. 

Other Sources of Funding

Students are encouraged to search for funding in their home country.

US students may be eligible for US Federal Loans from the US Department of Education (FAFSA).


EU, EEA and Swiss Fees

For students from the EU, EEA and Switzerland, please visit the UKCISA website to check whether you are eligible for Home fee status.

Students who are not eligible for Home fee status will be charged an overseas fee.

Financial Support

Students may also apply for The Student Fund, which is a donor supported fund that exits to assist students with tuition, maintenance or other costs. You can find out more about The Student Fund here.