Tuition fees for September/October 2021 entry for all undergraduate, postgraduate, foundation and part-time courses are listed in this document.
We believe that talented students from a variety of backgrounds should have the opportunity to study at Rose Bruford College. We, therefore, offer a range of bursaries and scholarship opportunities across our various programmes. Please click here for more information.
Interview and Audition Fees
Please visit our interview and audition page for a breakdown of fees by course and fee waiving criteria.
Student Loans and Support
Please visit our Student Loans page for information about the financial support you can apply for.
Fees will be tailored to individual study requirements.
The Department for Business Innovation and Skills provide a loan for eligible UK/EU students of up to £10,609 per student for postgraduate Masters study. Please see the video below and click here for more information.
MPhil/PhD Research Degree Programme in collaboration with the University of East London
Full-time UK/EU: - £5,260
Full time International Fees: - £14.040
Part-time UK/EU: - £2,630
Part time International Fees: £7,020
Please note that these courses are not accredited and not eligible for Student Finance England (SFE) funding:
- Acting Part-Time
- 6-month Foundation Acting Courses
Workshops and Summer Schools
We run a range of Part-time, Summer and Youth Programmes throughout the year. Please visit our course pages for full details about fees.
Paying Fees Online
Paying Fees Direct to the College. For students that have chosen not to have a Tuition Fee Loan, tuition fees can be paid in either of the following ways:
- Full payment at the start of the academic year by cheque, banker’s draft, bank transfer or credit/debit card
- In two instalments, with half the fees due before the commencement of the programme and the balance by the start of the second semester by cheque, banker’s draft, bank transfer or credit/debit card.
Please make cheques payable to Rose Bruford College.
Credit and Debit CardsBank transfers can be sent directly from your bank to Rose Bruford College’s bank account; details are as follows:
HSBC Bank plc
38 High Street
Kent DA1 1DG
Account Name: Rose Bruford College
Account Number: 81393669
Sort Code 40-19-04
SWIFT BIC or BIC8 code: HBUKGB4B
BIC 11 code: HBUKGB4128K
The student's full name and programme details for whom the fee is being paid must accompany payment.
Please note that it can take up to two weeks to receive a bank transfer; therefore, please make sure that you send the money in plenty of time to meet any deadlines. Bank charges may be deducted from the payment received into the College’s bank account, and you will be responsible for any underpayment of tuition fees due to this. To avoid underpayment of tuition fees, you must arrange for the bank charges to be paid at the time of transfer from your own bank account.
Equivalent Level Qualifications (ELQs)
In 2008, the Government began to phase out funding for UK/EU students studying for a qualification that is equivalent to, or of a lower level than, one they already held.
This means that if you already hold a Master’s degree, for example, but wish to study for a Bachelor’s degree, you may no longer be entitled to pay the Home/EU fees. The same applies if you wish to study
for an equivalent qualification.
It affects all home and EU students no matter when or where their current qualifications were gained. This includes qualifications gained outside
of the United Kingdom.
Undergraduate or Postgraduate ELQ fees will be the same as those charged to International students.
Please note that students receiving a Disabled Students Allowance from UK Government Student Support Funding are exempt from the ELQ policy.
Disclosure of ELQs
Students are required to disclose details of all qualifications they hold at the point of application in order that a proper assessment of fee status can be made. The College will take action to reclaim fees retrospectively from registered students who are undercharged if such undercharging is the result of the applicant failing to provide complete or accurate qualifications data on which their fee status was based, or as a result of a failure of the applicant to disclose the ELQ status when asked to do so.