Professional and Career Development Loans
Professional and Career Development Loans are bank loans to pay for courses and training that help with your career or help get you into work. A large number of Met Film School short courses are eligible for this form of funding.
You may be able to borrow between £300 and £10,000.
Loans are usually offered at a reduced interest rate and the government pays interest while you’re studying. Find out more here:
You should apply 3 months before the course starts to give us, the bank and the SFA enough time to process your application.
Met Film Ltd has partnered up with Pay4Later to help you find a great finance offer from an expert panel of lenders.
Loans are available from £300 up to £10,000 at 9.9% APR.
The UK Student Finance Loan
UK and EU students who have been accepted onto our Undergraduate programmes may be eligible to apply for a tuition fee loan through Student Finance England. Depending on your circumstances, you could receive a Tuition Fee Loan of up to £6,000 if you study on our approved full-time accredited programme. The Tuition Fee Loan is paid directly to Met Film School towards your programme fee.
A guide from Student Finance England to financial support for new full-time students in Higher Education 2016/17 (pdf)
A guide from Student Finance England to financial support for students continuing in full-time higher education 2016/17
You can now apply for funding here.
Please note: as a private institution this loan does not cover the full tuition fee.
Full-time students have to pay back any loans plus interest once you complete the programme and start earning more than £21,000 a year.
If you’re a new student starting in 2017/18, enter your details into the Student Finance Calculator for an idea of how much you’ll get through Student Loans, grants and bursaries.
EU FUNDING OPTIONS
You can still apply for financial support if you’re a student from another EU country. Additional help may also be available if you’re a migrant worker from an EEA (European Economic Area) country or Switzerland.
Depending on your circumstances, you may qualify for:
– Help with tuition fees
– Help with tuition fees and ‘additional help’ – for example, living costs
To qualify for a Tuition Fee Loan the following needs to apply:
- You’re an EU national, or the family member of an EU national
- Your qualifications
To find out how to apply for this funding, see the links below:
Funding Postgraduate Study:
Postgraduate funding can be very competitive, so we suggest that you apply as early as possible.
It’s common for postgraduates to help fund their studies by:
– Using savings
– Combining study with work
– Applying for financial help from some of the sources listed below
Postgraduate Loans from the UK Government for UK & EU Students
- There is a new government loan available called the Postgraduate Loan. This can be used to fund up to £10,000 of your study. More information about this can be found here.
- You can also download a guide from the SFA here:
Professional and Career Development Loans
- If the postgraduate loan is not suitable for your circumstances then there is also the option of using a PCDL to access up to £10,000 of funding towards your course fees and accommodation costs.
- Professional and Career Development Loans are bank loans to pay for courses and training that help with your career or help get you into work. A large number of Met Film School short courses are eligible for this form of funding.
- Loans are usually offered at a reduced interest rate and the government pays interest while you’re studying. Find out more here:
- You should apply 3 months before the course starts to give us, the bank and the SFA enough time to process your application.
- Please contact a member of our admissions team for more information on how to apply.
Other Sources of Postgraduate Funding
- Postgrad Solutions now offer 15 bursaries across a number of subject areas. Find out more
- Search for postgraduate funding on Hot Courses
- Search the Prospects website for postgraduate funding
- You can also browse funding options from various educational trusts via the Educational Grants Advisory Service (EGAS) website.