There are two different fee types depending on whether you are a UK/EU student or an International student (from outside of the EU/EEA area).
UK/EU Student Total Course Fee: £14,970
(Tuition fee of £14,520 and £450 registration fee)
International Student (Non-EU/EEA) Total Course Fee: £17,970
(Tuition fee of £17,520 and £450 registration fee)
We offer two different payment plans, depending on whether you prefer to pay in full upfront or spread the cost of the fees throughout your studies. You will benefit from a reduced fee if you pay the cost in full before the start of the course. Please note that International (non-EU/EEA) students are required to pay using payment plan B.
Payment Plan A (12 Monthly instalments):
Registration fee £450*
Monthly tuition fee instalments of £ 1,210 (x12) = £14,520
Total Course fee £14,970
Payment Plan B (Full fee paid up-front):
Registration fee £ 450*
UK/EU Tuition fee £13,600
UK/EU Total Course fee £14,050
Registration fee £450*
International Tuition fee £17,520
International Total Course fee £17,970
*If your application is unsuccessful we will refund your registration fee minus a £100 administration fee. To pay your registration fee please use our bank details which can be found here.
Professional and Career Development Loan (PCDL)
Abbey Road Institute is a registered course provider for students who wish to apply for a Professional and Career Development Loan (PCDL). You may be able to borrow between £300 – £10,000 towards the cost of your study. You will need to apply for our Advanced Diploma and be offered a place before you can apply for the loan. To be eligible for the PCDL you will need to meet the following criteria:
Our Advanced Diploma is not eligible for UK undergraduate student loans (tuition fees or maintenance loans available from the government). Lots of our students choose to spread the cost of the course during their time with us, to help with financing their studies. If you’d like to chat with us about the payment plans and making this work for you please get in touch.
You might want to consider some different options for funding your time at Abbey Road Institute. EdAid is a recently launched platform which helps students raise money towards tuition fees and the cost of living whilst studying, e.g. books and equipment etc. You can find out more about this opportunity on their website.
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It’s a unique experience in so many ways, the location, the calibre of guest lecturers and access to Abbey Road studios for classes is pretty amazing. There aren't many places you get to record a full orchestra!
Come with an open mind and a voracious appetite to soak up the magic! Be prepared to work hard - you’ll get out what you put in.
There is surely no better place to be when you are studying music production and sound engineering!
On the first day of the course it was clear that I had found my tribe; we’re like a family, and it’s uncanny how everyone gets on creatively.