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Fees and Funding

Higher National Certificate & Higher National Diploma

Deposit

To secure your place you must accept our offer and pay a non-refundable deposit of £500. This deposit can be paid by card online, by cheque, by direct transfer (please ask for bank details) or in cash at the school. This deposit is part of the total fees payable.

Paying the balance of the fees

Paying by cheque, via card online, direct transfer or cash

The balance of the fees can be paid via a government higher education student loan or paid by card online, by cheque, by direct transfer to our bank account or by cash.

In exceptional circumstances we can offer an installment plan over three installments to pay the fees, this will include an additional admin charge of £25.00.

Paying by student loans

You must start your student loan application as soon as possible. We can offer you help and support to do this via Chichester College or at the film school.

To secure your place on the course you must have an approval letter from  the Student Loans Company one week before the start of term. Please keep us up to date on the status of your application.

The Student Loans Company only release your fees to the film school after you have attended for each term. The student loan covers all your tuition fees so once you have attended for one term your deposit will be returned to you.

The Student Loans Company pay for each term of attendance so if you decide to leave during the academic year we have to inform the student loans company. The balance of the fees then become payable by you (not the student loans company).

We only offer refunds if we cancel the course or in exceptional circumstances.

Full details are available in our ‘fees/withdrawals/refunds policy’

Long courses

CoursesPriceStart DateDayInformation SheetApply now
Set Design for Film and TV (Production Design) Diploma£6,165September 20172days a week plus practical/set buid daysMore infoApply for course
Filmmaking Diploma£3,750September 20171 day a week plus practical/film shootsMore infoApply for course
Set Design for Film and TV (Production Design) HNC/HND
Leads to Art and Design Pearson BTEC HNC/HND supported by Chichester College
£6,165 per year
September 20172 days a weekMore infoApply for course
Film Production (BA) Hons Top Up Degree£9,000September 20172 days a week plus production time and tutorialsMore infoApply for course
Filmmaking HNC/HND (2 year course)
Leads to Creative Media Production (Moving Image) Pearson BTEC HNC/HND supported by Chichester College
£6,165

September 20172 days a weekMore infoApply for course

Short adult courses

CoursesPriceStart DateTimeDayApply NowInformation sheet
How to Write a Screenplay£190 Tuesday 25th April 2017
18.30-20.30TuesdayApply for courseCourse info for 'How to Write a Screenplay'
Introduction to Filmmaking (10 week course)£310Thursday 27th April 2017
18.30-21.30ThursdayApply for courseCourse info
Introduction to Animation (10 week course)£310Monday 24th April 201718.30-21.30MondayApply for courseCourse info
Film Making Summer School (3 weeks)£8407th August 201710.00-17.00Monday to FridayApply for courseCourse info

Short courses for young people

NamePriceDateTimetableApply NowMore info
Summer School Juniors 2 weeks£525Monday 24th July 2017
Monday 14th August 2017
10am - 16.00pm
Monday - Friday
Apply for courseCourse info
BYFM 10-week course£100Tuesday 25th April 201716.30pm - 18.30pmApply for course
5-day Intensive Filmmaking Workshop (Easter) (15-17 year olds)£300Tuesday 18th April 201710am - 4pmApply for course
BFI Film Academy£25September 2017 date TBCApply for course

 

 

Student Fee Policy

For Brighton Film School's full student tuition fee policy click here. Please note that deposits are non-refundable.