This section explains what these changes will mean for you as a prospective student (undergraduate or postgraduate) and the different sources of support which are available.
Higher education funding is changing in 2012. London Contemporary Dance School, as an affiliate of the Conservatoire for Dance and Drama, has a new fee structure for undergraduate students and a new scholarship scheme to offer financial support.
Select which applies to you from the list below.
In 2012 I will be:
- a new undergraduate UK student
- a new undergraduate EU student
- a undergraduate UK/EU student (this is my second degree)
- a new overseas (non-EU) student (all courses)
- a new postgraduate student
- a continuing full-time undergraduate or postgraduate UK/EU/overseas student
- Conservatoire for Dance and Drama guide to fees from 2012
pdf guide to new fee structure and financial support schemes
- Conservatoire for Dance and Drama information on fees and financial support
a comprehensive online guide to fees and financial support available to new LCDS students from September 2012
- Office for Fair Access agreement
The Conservatoire for Dance and Drama’s commitment to widening participation is outlined in its agreement with the Office for Fair Access, which can be downloaded here.
The changes to funding means that we have had to increase fees in order to continue to offer our world-class level of training and facilities. Our programmes remain subsidised, and we have also put in place an extensive financial support package to ensure that we continue to admit the most talented students, irrespective of background.
Your financial status will not affect how we view your application. You will be eligible for financial support as an undergraduate whether you are starting a course for the first time, or have a degree already.