MA Screenwriting Tuition Fees 2017/2018
MA Screenwriting Tuition fees are payable on the first day the course.
MA Screenwriting Course Tuition Fees - 2017/2018
|DESCRIPTION||COST IN GB POUNDS (£)|
|MA Screenwriting LFS Tuition Fees (2017/2018)|
|MA Screenwriting Tuition Fees||£13,400|
|LFS Company Membership||£6.00|
|Students' Union Subscription||£60.00|
|Film Society Subscription||£45.00|
|MA Administration and Registration Fee||£300.00|
IMPORTANT: Fees for new students are subject to review each term so the fees for courses starting in September 2018 will vary, depending on any percentage increase agreed by the Governing Body. Typically these fee increases will be in the region 1–3% . We aim to confirm final fees at least 4 months before the commencement of the course.
Please be aware that, if you defer at any time during the course, you will return to the fee structure appropriate to the term you are returning to.
Our Tuition Fees Policy can be found here:
MA Screenwriting Enrolment and Advance Fees
If you are accepted on the course, you will be sent a formal offer form via email. The letter includes details about the course, the offer and the next steps.
In order to secure your place on the course, you will need to:
- Sign and return the registration form which we will send you with the offer letter
- Send us a scanned copy of your passport (see offer letter for details)
- Pay the Enrolment Fee of £30.00
- Pay the non-refundable deposit of either £1,000.00 or £4,000.00* as per your offer letter
Details on how to pay are included in your offer letter.
*Students from the following countries are required to pay a deposit of £4,000.00:
- Sri Lanka
Please note: Students requiring a Tier 4 student visa to enter the UK will not be issued with a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) until the enrolment fee and deposit as per the offer letter have been paid.
Deposit: A £100.00 deposit is payable upon course start by all students. The deposit will be returned to the student upon graduation unless offset against losses or breakages.
It is to be expected that tuition fees will rise by a modest amount to take account of inflationary pressures for subsequent years for all full-time programmes. Any changes to fees will be published on the website and included in offer letters.