Postgraduate students pay tuition fees annually to cover the costs of studying at Trinity Laban.
These vary from programme to programme and depend on whether you are a UK/EU or international student.
If you need financial help, you could consider:
The government has announced that Student Loans of up to £10,000 are available for Masters programmes for September 2017 entry. Those loans have to be paid back after the end of your course, once you are earning over £21,000. You can find more information on the Student Loans Company website and check terms and eligibility.
Career Development Loans
If you are ineligible for this loan or it does not cover your living costs, you can also apply for a Career Development Loan from a bank. Repayment starts one month after the end of your course, with no interest during your studies. Interest will accrue after your course and repayment rates will vary according to your loan. Check terms and eligibility.
There are alternative ways to fund your studies, including:
- other loans
- scholarships and bursaries
- personal savings
- part-time work
Trinity Laban also has some funding opportunities available and provides a variety of awards to students each year.
Financial Information For EU Students
Trinity Laban is delighted to welcome all European students to study in our inclusive international community. Our student body includes artists from over 60 countries, and we are proud of the vibrant and culturally diverse atmosphere this creates. During this period of negotiation, Trinity Laban will continue to support applicants, staff and students affected by this change.Find Out More
US Federal Student Loans
A Guide to Direct Loans from US GovernmentFind out more