At London Studio Centre, we offer a range of funding options and scholarships, to help students access high quality training.


The Student Loan contribution towards fees is £6,000. This is paid directly from Student Finance to LSC.

(Student Loan contribution is the maximum amount available to receive as a tuition fee loan from the Student Loans Company; the course fee may be higher)

UK students are able to apply for a Tuition Fee Loan to cover part of the cost of the tuition fees. Tuition fee loans are paid directly to LSC on the student’s behalf in three instalments during the academic year. LSC is required to confirm student’s attendance at the liability points in order for the loan to be released.

Tuition fee loans are available for UK and Irish students only.

EU Students:
EU nationals who have settled or pre-settled status in the UK under the EU Settlement Scheme can apply for student support.


The Student Maintenance Loan is available to UK students and is aimed at helping with living costs; which enables students to support themselves whilst studying. Maintenance Loans include a means tested element, the amount you borrow will depend on the following:

  • Household income
  • Whether you live at home or away
  • Where you are studying – Studying in London offer a higher amount of support
  • The length of your programme

Maintenance loans are paid directly into the student’s bank account at the start of each term. You can see how much you are eligible for on the Student Finance Calculator.

You can find information about Student Finance repayments and the minimum income thresholds here.


A postgraduate Master’s Loan is available for UK students applying for LSC’s MA programmes. The loan is paid directly to the student for use against fees and/or living expenses. Further information regarding how much a student can get and eligibility can be found here.


Students maybe be eligible for additional financial support if they have a disability. This includes long-term health conditions, specific learning differences e.g. dyslexia, ADHD or a mental condition. Further information can be found here.

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