Intensive Courses – Fees
Our annual Spring and Summer Intensive Courses are generously supported by the Leverhulme Foundation and the Clore Duffield Foundation to offer means tested financial support for Spring and Summer Intensive fees. Funding of up to 50% of course fees is available.
Spring Intensive fees 2020
|Hong Kong intensive (non-residential)||The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts||1 week||£875|
|London intensive (non-residential)||White Lodge, Richmond||1 week||£560|
|London intensive (residential + catering)||White Lodge, Richmond||1 week||£825|
Summer Intensive fees 2020
|Ages 16-20 (non-residential)||Upper School, Covent Garden||2 weeks||£1120|
|Ages 16-20 (residential + catering)||Upper School, Covent Garden||2 weeks||£1650|
|Ages 10-13 (non residential)||White Lodge, Richmond||1 week||£560|
|Ages 10-13 (residential + catering)||White Lodge, Richmond||1 week||£825|
|Ages 14-15 (non-residential)||White Lodge, Richmond||2 weeks||£1120|
|Ages 14-15 (residential + catering)||White Lodge, Richmond||2 weeks||£1650|
How much would I pay with financial support?
The School is currently able to offer means tested support to qualifying families for up to two consecutive weeks of Intensive Courses. Households with a gross income of £30,000 pa or under an award of 50% of the fees is available. Where the income is between £30,001 and £40,000 pa, an award of 30% of the fees is available. For households with a gross annual income of between £40,001 and £50,000 pa, an of award of 15% of the fees is available.
How can I apply for financial support?
You will have the opportunity to indicate whether you would like to apply for financial assistance on the Intensive Courses online application form.
Once a student has been offered a place on the course, a Declaration of Income form will be emailed to you for completion. The form asks for details of the taxable household income, backed up by tax returns or payslips and P60 or equivalent proof of annual earnings. It will also ask for details of any tax credits or other government benefits you receive, although the majority of these are not included in the assessment.
How do I pay?
Payments can be made via bank transfer, cheque or using a credit or debit card. Please quote the account number or student name on all payments. We are unable to offer payments by direct debit at this time. Invoices must be fully paid by the required deadline.
Withdrawal from Intensive Courses
Participants who withdraw may be eligible to have their fees refunded. Withdrawal policy dates, terms & conditions will be sent with your invoice. Please refer to our Terms & Conditions