Transart Institute Scholarships
MFA studies: Accepted applicants who apply before February 1st are eligible for 20% tuition reduction for two years. The MFA application committee is authorized to award scholarships up to $18,000 for students with financial need who are citizens and residents of developing countries. Please note there are no full scholarships.
PhD studies: Graduates of the Transart MFA who apply by February 1st receive a 20% scholarship for three years. Please note there are no full scholarships.
Transart Institute offers debt-free MFA plans.
Terms: 2 to 4 years after a deposit of $5750.
Monthly plans for early applicants
(before Feb 1) $7808 per semester
24 monthly payments of $1065 (0.25% APR)
36 monthly payments of $744 (3.25% APR)
48 monthly payments of $643 (9.75% APR)
Monthly plans for full tuition
(after Feb 1) $9760 per semester
24 monthly payments of $1391 (0.25% APR)
36 monthly payments of $972 (3.25% APR)
48 monthly payments of $832 (9.75% APR)
US Student Loans
Plymouth University has been re-certified by the US Department of Education as a foreign school. Students are now able to apply for Private Student Loans through Sallie Mae International, School code: 023521. Please allow 1-2 months to complete the entire process. FAFSA and other Title-IV loans are not an option for this UK accredited program. We strongly encourage accepted applicants to seek out both loan and grant funding as soon as possible financial aid can often be a lengthy process.
Canadian Student Loans
The Federal and Provincial Governments offer financial aid to Canadians studying at Plymouth University. We are a public institution with code PVBZ (although some provinces/territories may use a different code). Canadian loans are means-tested, meaning you must demonstrate financial need in order to qualify for financial aid.Generally, students interested in applying for a loan must do so through their provincial/territorial student assistance office or website. When you apply for a loan, you are considered for funding by both the Provincial and Federal Government, meaning you only have to apply once for funding for the year. While federal loans are handled through a lender called the National Student Loans Service Centre, provincial loans are handled through the provincial governments and student aid branches. Please visit the Campus Access website for a comprehensive overview of the financial aid application process.Your provincial Student Finance Department and not the University will process most of your loans. However, you may require University signatures or verification of your student status. The University must also confirm that you have been accepted onto a course or are already enrolled with us before any financial aid will be disbursed to you. http://www.campusaccess.com/financial-aid/canada-student-loans.html. For more information on Canadian Federal Student Loans go to: http://www.canlearn.ca
Scholarships, Grants and Loans by Location
Many opportunities for scholarships, stipends, refunds of travel and living costs exist in every national, provincial and most local governments. Please research in your country of origin and/or residence. Letters of admittance are sent to accepted candidates and can be individualized where needed.
The New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) provides NYFA Source, an extensive national of scholarships, awards, grants and other opportunities. Go to advanced search and type something like “graduate scholarship”. Their website can be found here.
Additionally there are several web sites that provide search capability at no charge. Beware of scholarship search programs that charge a fee even if they “guarantee” you scholarships. Sites to consider:
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