Fees & Funding

Tuition Fees 2018

Tuition fees rise each year in response to market conditions. The tuition fees listed below for 2018 are fixed. Please see our Terms and Conditions for further information about the payment terms for each course.

Please note that the College is not currently eligible for students to receive loans from Student Finance while studying here. 

MA Fashion Media Practice

2018: £27,540 including VAT

BA (Hons) Fashion Communication

2017-2019: £54,000 including VAT

2018-2020: £55,080 including VAT

Vogue Fashion Diploma

2018-2019: £25,536 including VAT

Foundation Programme

2019-2020: £15,000 including VAT

Vogue Fashion Certificate

2018: £8,646 including VAT

Vogue Intensive Summer Course

2018: £3,750 including VAT

One week Fashion Styling Course

2018: £858 including VAT

One week Fashion Journalism Course

2018: £858 including VAT

One week Fashion Business Course

2018: £858 including VAT

One week Business of Beauty Course

2018: £858

Vogue Teen Weekend

2018: £534 including VAT

 

Condé Nast Bursaries 

There are two bursaries available for each intake of the BA (Hons) in Fashion Communication, which are available for UK applicants only, and funded by Condé Nast Publications Ltd. These are awarded at the discretion of the College Admissions Team. They are intended to assist talented students who would not otherwise be financially in a position to undertake the course.

*Please note we are unable to consider candidates who already have a BA degree (or other degree) for our bursaries. 

The applicants need to demonstrate that their annual income, if they are financially independent, is below £20,000 per annum, or if they are financially dependent, that their parents'/family annual household income is below £50,000 per annum. Students who meet this criteria are invited to indicate their interest in competing for one of the Condé Nast bursaries by completing and signing the designated bursary application form. This will include a confidential Financial Disclosure and should be submitted after students have submitted the standard, online College application form.

Along with all other students, bursary applicants will undertake the normal application process. Before the interview, you must indicate that you have applied for a bursary in order for your application to be considered.

Candidates who have been shortlisted for a bursary will then be invited for a second-round interview with the Admissions panel a few months prior to the start of the course.

Successful students will receive a 100% remission of fees. Prior to the confirmation of the award successful candidates will be required to provide hard copy evidence of earnings/financial status.