Find out more about our course fees and get finance information for our undergraduate and postgraduate degrees and short courses.
Our fees are as follows, but make sure you read our fee waiver information below:
- 2018 entry: £9,250
- 2019 entry: £9,000
All applicants who pass a Professional or Creative Workshop will be offered a partial fee waiver. Our fee waiver policy means that the cost of our degrees compares really well to other universities, and because you’ll graduate career-ready it's a great investment in your future.
Our tuition fee includes registration, tuition and examination fees, all your reading materials as eBooks and full access to our online library 24/7 as well as much more. Please see the 'Fees and funding' section for each programme, for full details of the fees for that programme and any additional costs that may be incurred.
The government reviews the programmes eligible for student loans for new students on an annual basis, so visit our website for up-to-date information on which of our programmes are eligible for loans. These loans are for UK or EU students living in England, Scotland and Northern Ireland to help cover the costs of tuition fees.
For undergraduate entry in 2018; for students to be eligible for SLC funding, they must be studying a designated course. Courses at alternative providers, including Pearson College London, are designated each year by the Department for Education. We have designation for our validated undergraduate courses for the 2018-19 academic year.
Visit http://www.hefce.ac.uk/reg/desig/cdforstudents/ for more information.
Tuition fee loans
These are loans from the student finance companies for England, Scotland and Northern Ireland and the money will be sent directly to us to pay your tuition fees. If you're a full-time student, you can borrow up to £6,165 to pay for your tuition fees at an alternative provider such as Pearson College London.
As we are committed to ensuring that talented students with potential have the opportunity to succeed with one of our degrees, we offer all applicants the opportunity to receive a partial fee waiver upon the successful completion of our assessments.
Maintenance fee loans
If you’re planning to study full-time, you may also apply to get a Maintenance Loan to help with your living costs. You can apply for this when you apply for a Tuition Fee Loan. The amount you get depends on your household income and you’ll get money at the start of each term.
Paying back what you've borrowed
You won’t start paying your Tuition Fee Loan or Maintenance Loan back until the April after your degree finishes, and only if you earn above £21,000 a year. If you’re employed, your repayments will be calculated by your employer and taken directly from your salary, then, at the end of the tax year, they’ll be sent to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
You may be entitled to extra funding if you’re from a low-income household, you have children or adult dependents, you have a disability or you’re a care leaver.
Find out more on the gov.uk website
How to apply
You can apply for student finance on the gov.uk website.
We want to make sure that talented students with potential can succeed on our degrees, regardless of your financial situation. That’s why we offer a great range of scholarships.
You’ll automatically be considered for a scholarship if you attend and pass one of our Professional or Creative Workshops.
All scholarships are provided as a tuition fee waiver and any offer will be conditional on you accepting us as ‘Conditional Firm’ or ‘Unconditional Firm’ if applying through UCAS. Please see our terms and conditions for full details.
We also offer simple, affordable payment plans to help you spread the cost of your tuition fees. To find out more please get in touch with Student Services by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
For postgraduate entry in 2018; for students to be eligible for SLC funding, they must be studying a designated course. Courses at alternative providers, including Pearson College London and Escape Studios, are designated each year by the Department for Education. We have designation for our validated postgraduate courses for the 2018-19 academic year.
Our postgraduate fees are payable at the start of each academic year, or at each stage of your chosen programme. Please note, we review our fees every year.
Onsite money advice
Our Admissions Team are on hand to answer all your questions and help you with money matters, to make sure your time as a postgraduate student here goes as smoothly as possible. You can email them at email@example.com.
We also offer simple, affordable payment plans
to help you spread the cost of your tuition fees:
- £2,000 deposit
- £8,475 before your course starts
- £4,520 on week 12
- £2,505 on week 18
To find out more please get in touch with our admissions team.
The cost of each programme is set individually, depending on the length and complexity of the course. To find out more, please take a look at the relevant programme pages in our courses section.
You may be able to get funding to help with the cost of your chosen programme, so it’s important to research all your funding options, before you start studying.
To find out more, it’s best to talk to Escape Studios Admissions Team, whether you’re a UK, EU or international student. The options are different for each student, so we’ll talk you through what’s available to you in more detail.
If you’re a UK student, you can also get independent funding advice by calling the National Careers Service on 0800 100 900 or by visiting the National Careers Service website.
If you’re an international student, you can visit the British Council website for the latest list of funding options.
Funding for international students
We recommend you visit the UK Council for International Student Affairs website at ukcisa.org.uk.
The Council doesn’t provide funding directly, but it will give you all the information you need about studying and living in the UK, including visas and funding.
We do our best to find funding solutions for overseas students.
- If you’re from Sweden, you may be able to get help from the Swedish loan and grant programme. Find out more at csn.se
- Spanish students should visit the government website empleo.gob.es for useful information on studying, employment and emigration, plus details of grants available to Spanish students.
- If you’re from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh or Burma, you may be able to get funding from the Charles Wallace Trust, to help towards your living costs and educational development in the UK. Find out more at wallace-trusts.org.uk
Ask our students
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