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How to apply for a Short Course

All of our short courses need to be applied for seperately by using the the online application form. You will need to create an account to do this. This is a simple process of username, email address and password. Once you have created your account you will receive a verification email. Once you have clicked the verification link in this email you will have full access to the site and will be able to make your booking. Please check your spam folder if you do not see this email. Your email address will be used for confirmation of your payment, and further communication about your course application. If you would like to apply for a bursary, please do this before making your course application.
Please note: A place can not be guaranteed unless we receive your deposit or payment on your chosen course.

We accept Visa and Mastercard.

Before applying, please read:

  1. The full course description for your chosen course
  2. The About the College section
  3. The short course Terms and Conditions

UK Immigration Law

On the 1st April 2009 changes to the UK’s Immigration Law came into effect. These changes will affect people from outside the European Economic Area and Switzerland entering the UK to study. Please ensure that you have a legitimate right of entry into the UK. For further information about Immigration Law, please visit the UK Border Agency website at www.bia.homeoffice.gov.uk/ and www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/studyingintheuk/

Schumacher College is accredited by the British Accreditation Council for Independent Further and Higher Education. This information may be requested by UK immigration authorities if you apply for a visa to enter the UK to study at Schumacher College.

Course Fees

For all courses, unless otherwise stated, the fees include tuition, residential accommodation, food and field trips. These fees do not represent the full costs, and they are kept at this low level by substantial financial support from The Dartington Hall Trust  and other grant making organisations and donors.  If you can afford to pay more for your course, your donation will be gratefully received and used to subsidise those who have difficulty finding the fee.  

See our bursary and scholarship policy here.

Schumacher College is accredited through the University of Plymouth as an institution for study recognised by the US Government (No.023521), which means that US Federal Aid and similar funds can be applied to our courses.

Scholarships and Bursaries

It is recognised that course fees exceed the means of some students wishing to attend courses at Schumacher College. The College has its own bursary funds and has also received various grants from educational charities to sponsor scholarship schemes.

See our bursary and scholarship policy here.

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