FD/BA Fees

Tuition Fees

Students classed as ‘Home Fee’ status

Fees for new entrants classed as ‘Home Fee’ status in 2022/23 are subject to government confirmation. ‘Home’ Fees for the 2021-22 academic year were set at £9250 on entry. Fees for subsequent years may be subject to increases year on year in line with inflation, and this will be clearly communicated to applicants when they are offered a place, if not before.

If you are new to higher education, you can apply for a tuition fee loan to pay fees and a maintenance loan to contribute towards living costs, from the UK Government.  Further details regarding eligibility and how to apply can be found at www.gov.uk/apply-online-for-student-finance

Students classed as ‘International Fee’ (sometimes referred to as ‘Overseas’) status

You will be required to pay the full cost of your tuition fees. Fees for new entrants classed as International Fee status in 2022/23 fees are £18800.
Fees for subsequent years might be subject to increases year on year in line with inflation, and this will be clearly communicated to applicants when they are offered a place, if not before.
If necessary, government loans, scholarships or sponsorship should be sought from your country of origin. All students classed as international fee status must have funding or, if self-funded, appropriate funds in place, prior to starting the programme.

Information for EU students starting in the 2022/23 academic year and beyond.

On 23 June 2020, England’s Universities Minister, Michelle Donelan MP, confirmed the following: “I am today confirming the eligibility rules for EU, other EEA and Swiss nationals, and their family members, who wish to commence courses in England in the Academic Year starting in August 2021. Following our decision to leave the EU, EU, other EEA and Swiss nationals will no longer be eligible for home fee status, undergraduate, postgraduate and advanced learner financial support from Student Finance England for courses starting in academic year 2021/22.

Additional Costs

In addition to your tuition fees you may incur additional costs while studying on the course. Tuition fees do not include personal materials, such as practice clothes/kit and books. Estimated costs for clothes, shoes, kit and books is £600. This is an approximate price for the minimum requirements. A typical student at Rambert School will go through multiple pairs of ballet shoes and pointe shoes per year. Books on the reading list are useful to have but the library is very well stocked with what you need and there is a budget for research books per year.

At Rambert School we are committed to recruiting and supporting the most talented students regardless of their financial circumstances. To make this possible there is a range of financial support available to our students through our  Student Bursary Fund. Details on the Bursary Application Procedure are available HERE

For more information visit: Conservatoire for Dance and Drama Fees and Financial Support

If you require any further information after reading these pages, please contact Judy Bowden, Head of Admissions, Registry and Student Support:

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