Finance & Student Services

Undergraduate Students (second degree)

Tuition fees for London Contemporary Dance School are set by the Conservatoire for Dance and Drama. The Conservatoire’s tuition fees for all UK and EU undergraduate students who already hold an equivalent or higher qualification will be £9,250 per year for entry in 2020. 

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.

Financial Support

Students may apply for:

  • Conservatoire Scholarships
  • A range of scholarships available to UK/EU undergraduates in the form of fee discounts which means your debt after graduating will be reduced. Scholarships are awarded on the bases of talent and/or financial and other circumstances, and can be worth up to £4,000 per year
  • Student Fund Bursary 
  • Cash awards for students, awarded to undergraduate students termly on the bases of need, and the efforts they have taken to mitigate that need

Other Sources of Funding

If you are applying for a second degree, you will not be eligible to apply for a student loan from the Government and you may wish to consider alternative sources of funding to support your studies.

Career and Professional Development Loans
If you already have a degree, you can apply for a Career and Professional Development bank loan which you repay once you have finished studying

Access to Learning Fund
This fund supports students experiencing financial difficulty. You may only apply after you have started you course.

Educational Grants Services
Help with funding from charitable trusts for educational purposes, including a database of trusts and charities that assist students.

Grants for Individuals
The Directory of Social Change's guide to organisations which offer grants.

Turn to Us
Online directory of grant-giving charites.