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Fees and financial support
In this section you will find information about fees and financial support for higher education courses at the Conservatoire schools.
The Conservatoire is a publicly-funded institution which is registered with the Office for Students. UK students new to higher education are eligible for Student Finance. The Conservatoire and its Schools also provide financial aid which students may be eligible for, depending on their financial circumstances.
For the majority of the schools, applications are direct to the school, and for some courses delivered by Bristol Old Vic Theatre School you will need to apply through UCAS. This does not affect your ability to access financial support.
For more detailed information, please select your year of entry.
- Fees and finance – entry in 2021
- Fees and finance – entry in 2020
- Fees and finance – entry in 2019
- Fees and finance – entry in 2018
- Fees and finance – entry in 2017
- Fees and finance – entry in 2016
- Fees and finance – entry in 2015
EU students 2021-22
The Conservatoire understands that with the UK leaving the EU, students from the EU may not be sure about what they need to do or how this affects them. If you have any queries or concerns you are advised to check the online information from the UK government (see https://www.gov.uk/student-visa and https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/points-based-system-student-route).
You may also find useful information on the UK Council for International Student Affairs website (UKCISA – see https://www.ukcisa.org.uk/Information–Advice/EU-EEA–Swiss-Students/Brexit—immigration)