Application Fee for BA (Hons) and FdA Acting courses is £45 UNTIL 1ST JANUARY 2018. From 2ND JANUARY 2018 the cost will rise to £65
Application Fee for Technical Courses is £35
Application Fee for the MA International Acting course is £75
Please note that all application fees are non-refundable
The CDD are now able to offer a number of free audition/interview places across the Conservatoire schools. Places are offered on a first come basis and interested applicants must meet specific criteria. Please check the CDD website for further details on this page.
Undergraduate - BA (Hons) and FdA Courses
Postgraduate - MA Courses
UK/EU Tuition fees for the Four Term MA Theatre Design and MA Drama Directing Courses for 2018/19 entry has not yet been determined but will not be less than £12,333
International students (non UK/EU) tuition fees for the Four Term MA Theatre Design and MA Drama Directing Courses for 2018/19 entry has not yet been determined but will not be less than £24,666
Please click here to download a Student Finance Explained leaflet from Student Finance England - Download here!
Please click here to look at the Student Loans Company website - click this text to go to the SLC website in a new tab
Please click here to look at the Student Finance Student Room website - click this text to go to the SLC Student Room in a new tab
For further information regarding fees and any financial help please see below:
For general information please click the link below;
For information regarding help for students who are care leavers or estranged from their parents please click the link below;
The UK Government has announced a new loan for Masters students, starting from the 2016/17 academic year. This scheme will be administered by Student Finance England alongside the undergraduate funding programme.
The loans, which are up to £10,000 per student, are a contribution towards the cost of study. They can be used for fees, maintenance or other costs associated with your study. They are not means tested and paid directly to the student into a UK bank account
Please download the quick guide to Postgraduate Loans HERE
for information on repaying the Postgraduate Loan please click HERE
For more information please see the following webpage - click this text to go to the Gov.uk website in a new tab
Please see the link below for information about the new Postgraduate Loans scheme coming in this September!
For information regarding help for potential students who are postgraduate students please click the link below;
A Professional and Career Development Loan is a commercial bank loan that you can use to help pay for work-related learning
Professional and Career Development Loans are bank loans that have to be paid back. You start repaying the loan (plus interest at a reduced rate) 1 month after leaving your course.
The government pays the interest while you study and for 1 month after you leave your course. After this time, you start repaying the loan and interest.
Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation Scholarship – one full scholarship, all fees paid, awarded on the basis of talent for the 3 year BA (Hons) in Professional Acting – Click the link for course details
John Pitt Stage Management Scholarship - £3,000 per annum in each year of training towards tuition fees based on talent for the 3 year BA (Hons) in Professional Stage Management – click the link for course details
John Pitt Bursary - £4,000 towards tuition fees on the one year MA in Theatre Production Management awarded on the basis of talent – Click here for course details
Conservatoire Scholarship Scheme – up to a maximum of £4,000 per annum (cash or tuition fee discount) awarded on the basis of need or talent available on all undergraduate courses – Click this text to go to the CDD website in a new tab
On Thursday 23 June 2016 the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union. The government has confirmed that EU students starting in 2017/18 and 2018/19 academic years will be eligible for home fee status. This means that they will be charged the same tuition fees as UK students throughout the duration of their course.
Current EU students who have been assessed as eligible to receive loans and/or grants from the Student Loans Company, will continue to receive these loans and grants until they finish their course. This will also apply to EU nationals who intend to begin studying from the autumn of 2018.
Please click here to download an EU Student Finance leaflet from Student Finance England for 17/18 - Download here!
Please click here to download an EU Student Finance guidance leaflet - Download here!
We will continue to update this web page whenever further information becomes available.