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At City & Guilds of London Art School we are committed to widening participation in higher education and offering the opportunity our specialist courses provide based on merit and potential. Alongside the Art School’s own grants a number of organisations and individuals support our students with financial assistance through a range of grants and financial assistance. This is in recognition of our deserved reputation for excellence, our commitment to providing high levels of contact time with active professionals and our championing of specialist subjects.

Financial Assistance, Bursary Grants

Financial assistance, usually in the form of a Bursary Grant, is awarded on the basis of demonstrable need and ability, and is subject to criteria such as household income. In 2016/17, we were able to support over 60 students with a total of approximately £200,000. The average award is 33% to 50% of the tuition fee for a year, though some cover a larger percentage.

Should you wish to be considered for a Bursary Grant please follow the respective link below and CLICK ON THE TAB “Are there any Grants or Financial Awards?” on each relevant page:

Applicants must have been offered a place in one of the Art School’s courses before submitting an application.

Please note our applications for financial assistance will open from 01 February 2019. The deadline for applications of incoming students vary according to the course, but is usually by end of May each year. Please check on the details on the course page and contact us directly with any queries at admin@cityandguildsartschool.ac.uk

The Art School also operates a Hardship Fund that enrolled students can apply to if they have a change in circumstance that leads to unanticipated  financial hardship. Please note that the fund is not sufficient to finance a student’s course of study and is only intended to provide short term support where circumstances have significantly changed.

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