Fees and funding your studies at ICMP
|MASTERS||UK and EU
|Masters (MMus) in Popular Music Performance*||£7500||£8900||N/A|
|Masters (MA) in Songwriting*||£7500||£8900||N/A|
|UNDERGRADUATE 1 YEAR|
|Cert HE Creative Musicianship*||£6300||£8900||W35C|
|Cert HE Songwriting*||£6300||£8900||WW38|
|Higher Diploma in Music Performance (Guitar, Bass, Drums, Vocals)*||£5950||£7900||N/A|
|Professional Diploma in Music Practice (Guitar, Bass, Drums, Vocals)||£7995||£10500||N/A|
|Cert HE in Creative Music Production*||£6300||£8900||N/A|
|UNDERGRADUATE 3 YEAR|
|BMus (Hons) Popular Music Performance (Guitar, Bass, Drums, Vocals)*||£6300||£8900||W315|
|BA (Hons) Creative Musicianship*||£6300||£8900||W3C5|
|BA (Hons) Music Business*||£6300||£8900||W375|
|BA (Hons) Songwriting*||£6300||£8900||W3W8|
|BA (Hons) Creative Music Production*||£6300||£8900||W100|
|DIPLOMA (FURTHER EDUCATION)|
|Diploma in Music Performance||N/A||N/A||N/A|
With Brexit now a firm reality, many of our current and future EU students are probably wondering what exactly this means for them, especially in relation to tuition fees. If you’re an EU student who is intending to join us at ICMP in September 2017, then your fees will remain the same as you have been advised. This has been guaranteed by both ICMP and the UK government and will remain the case for the full length of your course, regardless of whether it finishes after the time the UK has officially left the EU. You can read more on this here.
For information regarding Student Loans following the European Referendum result, please visit the official SLC guide.
Fees: £249 to £549 31st July 2017
Terms & Conditions
Please click here to see our full Terms & Conditions for application, accepting an offer and confirming a place.
*These courses are designated for student loans for 2017-2018. For students to be eligible for SLC funding, they must be studying a designated course. Courses at the ICMP are designated each year by the Department for Education. Visit www.hefce.ac.uk/reg/desig/student for more information
Students on designated undergraduate programmes at alternative providers can borrow up to £6,000 per year for payment of tuition fees. In most cases fees per year are £6,300, for those students applying for student loans to cover tuition fees, the £300 would be payable one month before the course commencement. For any other questions, please contact email@example.com
Students on designated postgraduate programmes can borrow up to £10,000 per year for payment of tuition fees and contribute to living costs.
For information on funding for European Union students in 2017/18 read this statement from the UK Government.