Welcome Week takes place between 19-24 September and is designed to help you settle into Ravensbourne. Find out about your course's activity timetable now.
While studying for a Masters you'll have two main costs - tuition fees and living costs.
There are two types of funding: loans (which have to be paid back) and scholarships and bursaries (which do not have to be paid back).
2021/2022 academic year entrants
*discounts may apply see below
5% for payment in full by 1 August; 7.5% for Ravensbourne undergraduate alumni. Discounts can be combined.
The Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) no longer provides funding to Higher Education Institutions to teach students who are studying for a qualification that is equivalent to, or lower than, a qualification which they have already achieved.
Please note that public funding for courses will not be available to the following categories of students:
If you fall into any of the following categories, ELQ classification does not apply:
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