MA SCREENWRITING FEES

ENTRY IN SEPTEMBER 2018

The fees listed on this page apply to students starting the MA Screenwriting programme in September 2018. Students applying for entry after September 2018 may use the fees below as an indicator but should note that fees for their chosen start date may vary. Details will be announced in due course.

Tuition Fees Policy

All prospective students and applicants should read our Tuition Fees Policy which can be found here: PDF icon LFS Tuition Fees Policy

Application Fee

A non-refundable application fee of £50 is payable by all applicants upon submission of the application.

Tuition Fees, 1-year programme

UK/EU/EEA STUDENTS INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

£13,841.00

£14,041.00 (includes £200 Visa Administration Fee)

Termly Breakdown and Constitution of Tuition Fees

DESCRIPTION TERM 1 TERM 2 TERM 3

Termly Tuition Fees, Terms 1-3

£4,476.67 £4,476.67 £4,476.66
LFS Company Membership £2.00 £2.00 £2.00
Student Union Membership  £20.00 £20.00 £20.00
Film Society Membership  £15.00 £15.00 £15.00
One-off Administration and Registration Fee £300.00    
LFS Visa Administration Fee (visa students only) £200.00    
Total Termly Cost, 1-yr programme, UK/EU/EEA students £4,813.67 £4,513.67 £4,513.66
Total Termly Cost, 1-yr programme, international students £5,013.67  £4,513.67 £4,513.66

Security Deposit

In addition to the above fees, all new students enrolling for the first time at the London Film School are required to pay a one-off Security Deposit of £100.  The deposit will be returned to the student upon graduation unless offset against losses or breakages.

Deposits to Secure Your Place

To secure your place on the, you are required to return your registration form and pay a non-refundable deposit on your tuition fees. This will be deducted from the first term fees once you have formally enrolled on the first day of the course.

UK/EU/EEA APPLICANTS INTERNATIONAL APPLICANTS
£1,000.00 £5,013.67

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 registration form has been returned and the deposit paid.

Separate rules apply for U.S. applicants who intend to apply for U.S. Federal Student Aid. More information can be found here.