All undergraduate students pay tuition fees at the start of each academic year to cover the cost of studying at Trinity Laban.
UK And EU Students
All UK and EU full-time undergraduate students currently pay £9,250 in tuition fees each academic year. All students are entitled to take out a student loan to cover these fees which they will repay only once they have left university and are earning over £21,000 per year. Students can, if they prefer, pay the tuition fees upfront on registration at the start of each academic year. Tuition fees are subject to annual increases in line with inflation or as specified from time to time by central government.
More details about taking out a student loan can be found on the Student Loans Company website.
You may also be entitled to apply for a Maintenance Loan or Grant to help cover your living costs. For full details of the options available to you, and to apply for a loan or grant, go to the government's Student Finance website.
Your own country may be able to offer financial assistance to you if you choose to study overseas - you should contact your own government's education department to check. The British Council's Education UK website also has lots of helpful information including a section on scholarships and bursaries that you may be able to apply for.
Trinity Laban Access Agreement
Higher Education Institutions wishing to charge tuition fees of more than £6,000 per year have had to commit to an Access Agreement negotiated with the Office for Fair Access (OFFA) which sets out measures they will take to promote access to higher education for students from a wide range of social backgrounds.
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