As London's leading contemporary music institute, we offer outstanding value for money to our students. You can access an outstanding educational experience, with unrivalled state-of-the-art facilities, expert tutors and extensive links to the music industry. An ICMP qualification represents a solid investment in your future as a creative artist/musician within today's music industry.
International students pay different fees to those from the UK. You’re usually classed as an international student if you’ve not lived in the UK/EU for the last three years.
Your tuition fee charge will depend on whether you’re classified as a student from ‘home’ or ‘overseas’. These classification rules are strictly determined by the UK Government.
The UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA) provides information on tuition fees to help you assess your fee status. Their easy-to-use guides should give a clear idea of your status as either a home or overseas student.
If you're not sure what your fee status should be, or require assistance with anything related to financing your studies at ICMP, our friendly Admissions Team is on hand to help.
They can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or on +44 (0)20 7328 0222.
Undergraduate Course Fees 2024/25
Cert HE, BA and BMus programmes
|Region||Annual fee||Scholarship availability|
|EU, EEA and Switzerland||£15,250||Creative Development Scholarship: This scholarship is worth £5,000 per year for full-time study.
Tuition fees under this scholarship are £10,250 for full-time study. No application necessary, see below for further details.
Postgraduate Course Fee 2024/25
MA and MMus programmes
|Region||Annual Fee||Scholarship Availability|
|EU, EEA and Switzerland||£15,250||Creative Development Scholarship: This scholarship is worth £4,800 per year for full-time study.
Tuition fees under this scholarship are up to £10,450 for full-time study. No application necessary, see below for further details.
Creative Development Scholarship 2024/25
ICMP offers a scholarship up to the value of £5,000 to each eligible EU, EEA or Swiss student enrolling on one of our undergraduate CertHE and degree programmes or postgraduate programmes, starting in September 2024.
What will be my tuition fee, taking my scholarship (subject to eligibility) into account?
Undergraduate scholarship holders will pay a tuition fee of only £10,250 per academic year for the full duration of their course.
Postgraduate scholarship holders will pay a tuition fee of only £10,450 for their course.
Am I eligible for this scholarship?
To qualify for this scholarship you should be an EU, EEA or Swiss applicant, who has been resident in either the UK, an EU or EEA country or Switzerland for a minimum of three years.
All applicants fulfilling this criterion will automatically receive our Creative Development Scholarship. There is no need to complete any additional paperwork.
ICMP reserves the right to review and amend scholarship criteria at any time. We also reserve the right to withdraw this offer of a scholarship to new applicants at any time.
Access to student finance
Many countries run programmes to assist students to study abroad and we encourage you to investigate the options available to you.
Prior to the UK leaving the European Union, EU citizens were eligible to access UK student funding. While access has now changed significantly, there are some instances where funding is still available. We have attempted to provide answers to the key questions we're regularly asked about below. Please contact us at email@example.com if you're unsure of your eligibility.
|Region||Tuition fee loan||Maintenance loan||Student loan||Partial scholarship*||Student Route visa required|
|EU/EEA/Swiss (no UK status)||X||X||X||✓||✓|
*2024/25 Guaranteed partial scholarship table:
|Cert HE / BA / BMus||MA / MMus|
|Creative Development Scholarship value||£5,000||£4,800|
|Final course fee (minus scholarship)||£10,250||£10,450|
I am an EU, EEA or Swiss student. Can I apply for a student loan from the UK?*
Eligibility rules have changed for EU, other EEA and Swiss nationals and their family members who wish to commence courses in England in the academic year starting in August 2024. EU, other EEA and Swiss nationals not covered by the citizens’ rights provisions in the Withdrawal Agreements will not be eligible for undergraduate or postgraduate financial support from Student Finance England for courses starting in the academic year 2024/25.
What is the citizens' rights provision?
The Withdrawal Agreement, which came into force on 31 January 2020, sets out the terms of the UK’s exit from the European Union. This explainer aims to support understanding of Part 2 (citizens’ rights) of the Withdrawal Agreement, which gives UK and EU nationals certainty that their citizens’ rights will be protected.
People who are covered by Part 2 of the Withdrawal Agreement will have broadly the same rights to work, study and access public services and benefits as they did before the UK’s exit from the EU.
Who is eligible for a student loan from the UK?
You'll be eligible for a UK student loan if you entered the UK before 31 December 2020, and applied through the EU Settlement Scheme for pre-settled or settled status prior to the 30 June 2021 deadline.
To receive Pre-settled status you must have arrived in the UK before 31 December 2020 and lived in the UK, EU, EEA or Switzerland for three years immediately before your course starts. If you fall into this category, you may be able to access a UK Tuition Fees loan. Evidence will be required by the Student Loans Company (SLC).
To receive Settled status you must have arrived in the UK before 31 December 2020 and lived in the UK for five years. If you fall into this category, you may be able to access UK Tuition Fees and Maintenance Loans. Evidence will be required by the Student Loans Company (SLC).
If you have any questions or are unsure of your eligibility, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
*This will not apply to students from Ireland living in the UK, Channel Islands or Ireland whose right to study and access benefits and services will be preserved on a reciprocal basis under the Common Travel Area arrangement.
Students requiring a Student Visa
We require all international students to pay a deposit to secure their place at ICMP and issue your CAS number for your visa application. The deposit amount will depend on if you are receiving financial aid, state funded loan or grant or are self-funding the course. All course fees to be paid in full before enrolment. For more information on the application process, please visit here.
- Funded students from Norway or Sweden - £1,000 required to obtain a CAS
- Students from a country listed under the UKVI ‘differential evidence requirement' (see here for a list of countries) - £2,000 required to obtain a CAS
- International students NOT on the UKVI ‘differential evidence requirement' (see here for a list of countries) - £5,000 required to obtain a CAS*
* there are 5 exceptions to this rule, our admissions team will confirm your deposit requirement on receipt of application.
Please note that full 1st year tuition fees are required prior to enrolment unless a financial guarantee letter or official loan document can be produced to confirm payment on an alternative date.
Our Admissions Team is on hand to provide information and advice to all international applicants.
For help, support or advice, please call us between 9am and 5:30pm GMT on +44 (0)20 7328 0222 or email us at email@example.com
Terms & conditions
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