Tuition fees for London Contemporary Dance School are set by the Conservatoire for Dance and Drama. The Conservatoire’s tuition fees for all UK undergraduate students will be £9,250 per year for entry in 2021.
If you are new to higher education, you will not have to pay anything upfront and you may be entitled to a discount on your fees or a bursary to help with costs.
Note: For students paying Home undergraduate fees who are new entrants to a course in 2021/22 or new entrants to a course in subsequent years, the course fees confirmed in your offer letter may be increased in further years of study by an inflationary amount determined in accordance with measures set by Government (currently the Office for Budget Responsibility forecast for RPI-X, being the retail price index, excluding mortgage interest payments). Any such increased fees will not exceed the fee cap current in respect of the relevant period.
If you are new to higher education, remember you will not have to pay anything upfront and you may be eligible for financial support from the Conservatoire. You may also be entitled to financial support from the Schools.
Applicants who are offered a place on the BA (Hons) Programme will be asked to pay a deposit of £100 within 2 weeks of the date of the offer, in order to secure their place. This deposit is non-refundable if the student subsequently fails to take up the place, or does not complete the programme of study.
If you are a student living in England and this is your first degree you can apply for financial support from Student Finance England.
You can apply for:
You will need to reapply for each year of your programme.
If you are new to higher education you can apply for a loan from Student Finance England (or equivalent) to cover the full cost of your fees. You do not have to pay anything upfront.
All English students can apply for a basic student loan to help with living costs, no matter what their household income. Students living away from home in London may borrow up to £10,702 depending on the family income.
If you take out a tuition fee loan and/or a maintenance loan from Student Finance England, you will not have to repay anything until after you have graduated and are earning a minimum salary.
Key facts about repayments:
For more information, visit the Student Finance page on repaying your student loan.
The MoneySavingExpert website has a useful summary of how student loans work.
For more information and to apply for financial support, visit the Student Finance England website.
When you apply, you may be asked to complete an interim income assessment form. This will help us to provide you with provisional information about any financial package for which you may be eligible. Where possible, we try to let all applicants to whom we offer a place know whether they will be entitled to a Scholarship, and what the minimum Scholarship would be, before they accept.
Students may also apply for:
If you are a student from Northern Ireland, Scotland or Wales you can apply for financial support from the Scottish Government, the Welsh Assembly Government or the Northern Ireland Executive.
Click on the links below for information for:
If you already hold an equivalent or higher level degree qualifications, you may not qualify for Government grants and loans. You may be entitled to a fee discount and/or a bursary to help with costs. You may also wish to consider independent sources of funding such as a Career Development Loan, and we would be happy to advise you about other possible sources of funding.
Note that this information applies only to students who began their study in or after September 2012, when Student Finance in England changed. A separate regime of fees, loans and support applies to students who began their programmes before September 2012.