Fees and funding your studies at ICMP
For any information regarding Student Loans following the recent European Referendum result, please check out the official SLC guide.
|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|
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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.