Fees & Funding

Fees & Funding

Duration:
We offer the Advanced Diploma in Music Production and Sound Engineering either as a 12 month (Full time/48 weeks) or 24 month (Part time/96 weeks) programme. The curriculum and educational objective are the same for both.

Start dates 2017:
Full time: September 4th in Berlin (english) and Frankfurt (german)
Part time: October 10th in Berlin (english) and Frankfurt (german)

Start dates 2018: 
Full time: March 05th and September 07th 2018 in Berlin (english) and Frankfurt (german)
Part time: April 09th and October 02nd 2018 in Berlin (english) and Frankfurt (german)

Qualification:
Advanced Diploma

FULL TIME PAYMENT PLAN A
(Full fee paid up-front): 

Registration fee € 450
Course fee € 11.200
Total fee € 11.650

FULL TIME PAYMENT PLAN B
(12 monthly instalments): 

Registration fee € 450
Monthly instalments (x12) € 995
Total fee € 12.390

PART TIME PAYMENT A
(Full fee paid up-front): 

Registration fee € 450
Course fee € 11.200
Total fee € 11.650

PART TIME PAYMENT B
(24 monthly instalments):

Registration fee € 450
onthly instalments (x24) € 497,50
Total fee € 12.390

Funding
Our Advanced Diploma is not eligible for undergraduate student loans in Germany.  Lots of our students choose to spread the cost of the course during their time with us, to help with financing their studies.  If you’d like to chat with us about the payment plan and making this work for you please get in touch.

It’s a unique experience in so many ways, the location, the calibre of guest lecturers and access to Abbey Road studios for classes is pretty amazing. There aren't many places you get to record a full orchestra!

Jason O’Bryan

Come with an open mind and a voracious appetite to soak up the magic! Be prepared to work hard - you’ll get out what you put in.

Ian Ramage, Lecturer

There is surely no better place to be when you are studying music production and sound engineering!

Tori Sunnucks, Graduate 2016

On the first day of the course it was clear that I had found my tribe; we’re like a family, and it’s uncanny how everyone gets on creatively.

Deborah Melliard, Graduate 2016