Fees & Funding

Financing Your
Studies

If you are considering studying at Central Film School, or any other Institute, you should think about how you are going to pay for the following:

It is important you know how you will pay for these things when you apply to study at an institution.

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Funding options

Local and international students can access several funding options to finance their BA or MA studies at Central Film School – below is a non- exhaustive list of possible funding options.

Student Finance England

UK Government Loans for UK and
EU/EEA Students

Central Film School London is on the Office for Students Register of approved higher education providers in England. This means that amongst other things, students on our approved programmes may be able to access government loans and funding to support their studies.

Eligibility is determined by a number of factors, including:

Central Film School’s current status as an ‘Approved’ provider means that students may be able to access the following: (correct at time of publishing):

(BA PROGRAMMES)

For undergraduate study

  • The full tuition fee loan of up to £10,800 per year is available for the October 2020 entry.
  • For the academic year 2019/20, up to £11,672 in a maintenance loan – please note this is means tested

For postgraduate study

  • For academic year 2020/21, a loan of £11,222 to go toward the total cost of study

Students may also be able to access additional funding if they have a disability.

Fees & Funding

To learn more about eligibility, loans, funding, and how to apply,

To apply for a loan go to

Central Film School Merit Scholarship

Central Film School is pleased to reward academic excellence. We have 10 partial scholarships of up to 50% of tuition fees for high-achieving students

Other Scholarship options

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