Fees & Finance

Undergraduate Degree Courses

Eligible students can apply for government funding to help meet tuition fee and living costs. If you are planning to pay for the tuition fee with a student loan, you must start your student loan application as soon as possible. We can offer you help and support to do this via BIMM Institute or at the film school.

For more information or to apply for a Student Finance England loan, click here.

Screen and Film School welcome applications from EU students who have pre-settled or settled status in the UK. Unfortunately, we cannot accept international students unless you already have a Student Visa which allows you to be in the country for the duration of the course you would like to study.


The Fair Access Fund

Screen and Film School is committed to promoting equal opportunities for all applicants, and all students, and we actively seek to recruit a diverse student body that is reflective of the wider community.

The Fair Access Fund aims to support successful applicants in the following areas:

  • Financial support:  This includes our low-income household bursary, care leaver or care experienced student bursary, and the Disability Support fund.  This includes financial support for maintenance costs including rent.
  • Course material support: Hardware, and reading materials to support engagement with a Degree course.
  • Engagement support:  Specific support needs including counselling, additional learning support, or help to access Disabled Students Allowance (DSA).

Learn more


Professional Diploma Courses

If you need financial support for the diploma courses, there are banks that could offer you a loan. Otherwise, the course fees don’t need to be paid until two weeks before the course start date, giving you time to save before joining us.

For the Filmmaking Diploma you must accept our offer and pay a non-refundable deposit of £500. This deposit can be paid online, by direct transfer or in cash at the school office. This deposit is part of the total fees payable.

Secure your place
Guarantee your space on our short courses and Filmmaking Diploma with a small deposit payment
Pay Online

Screen and Film School Bank Details

Bank: Natwest

Account name: Screen and Film School

Account Number: 33368597

Sort Code: 60-30-09

IBAN: GB86NWBK60300933368597

BIC: NWBKGB2L

 


Long courses

Course Fees (Per year) Start date Study days
BA (Hons) Filmmaking (3 years) £9,250 September 2021 2-3 days per week
BA (Hons) Film Business & Production (3 years) £9,250 September 2021 2-3 days per week (Brighton only)
BA (Hons) Filmmaking Top-Up Route (1 year) £9,250 September 2021 3 days per week

(Brighton only)

Filmmaking Diploma £3,750 September 2021 1 day per week

(Brighton only)

Level 3 Extended Diploma in Filmmaking 18 Years & Under: Fully funded

19 Years & Over: £6,950 per annum
(£500 deposit required)

September 2022
MA Screen & Film Production £8,495 (full-time, one year)

£5,000 (part-time, two years)

September 2021  

 

 


Short courses

Course Fees Start date Time Study days
Screenwriting for Beginners (online) £325 27th September 2021 6:30pm-9:00pm 10 weeks on Mondays
Introduction to Filmmaking £325 29th September 2021 6:30pm-9:30pm 10 weeks on Thursdays
Film Summer School Juniors £499 July 2022 10am-4pm 2 full weeks
Filmmaking Summer School (18 +) £849 August 2022 10am-5pm 3 full weeks

Please note, Screen and Film School has a strict no refunds policy. If you have paid a deposit for a course reserving that space and decide to withdraw, you will not have the deposit returned.


International Students

International students pay different fees to students from the UK. You’re usually an international student if you’ve not lived in the UK/EU for the last 3 years. From September 2021, students from the EU will also pay international fees.

Fees status

Your tuition fee charge will depend on whether you’re classified as a student from ‘Home’ or ‘Overseas’. These classification rules are strictly determined by the UK Government.

UKCISA provides information on tuition fees to help you assess your fees status. This guide should give you a clear idea of whether you have a home or overseas student status.

Screen and Film School welcome applications from EU students who have pre-settled or settled status in the UK. Unfortunately, we cannot accept international students unless you already have a Student Visa which allows you to be in the country for the duration of the course you would like to study.


International tuition fees

Country/Region Fees (Per year) Scholarships/Bursaries
EU Students £13,750 Access to Creative Careers and Industries Scholarship: This scholarship is worth £4,500 per year of study

Students in receipt of this scholarship will pay a tuition fee of £9,250 per academic year for the full duration of their course.

 


Any questions?

For any questions regarding student finance or if you’d like more information on how to apply to Screen and Film School, please contact our Admissions Team on 01273 602070 or email [email protected].

 

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