DATES AND PRICES
Information about the costs for our 1-year film foundation programme and dates for the next programme.
Price for the 2021-22 programme
DKK 90,780 (2,670 per week in 34 weeks)
+ Material account DKK 5,000
+ Deposit DKK 2,000
TOTAL AMOUNT: DKK 97,780
The total amount above covers all teaching, accommodation in shared double room, food, most film production costs (except for extra curricular films) and a student trip to a film festival. It also covers a small amount of pocket money (see under 'Material account')
Information for 'Norske Lånekassen'
Weekly price 2020-21: DKK 2,650
Hereof tuition: DKK 1,801.56
We have a limited number of single rooms, that you can apply for in your registration. If you manage to get a single room, there is a supplement of DKK 300 per week, amounting to a total of DKK 10.200 per year.
Will be used to pre-pay for student trip, teaching materials etc.
The remaining amount (app. DKK 2000) can be used to buy washing cards, postage, harddrives, equipment, merchandise etc. - and you can take out cash for pocket money.
You will be able to access your personal material account on weekdays during office hour (1pm-2pm). You can also deposit extra money on your material account, if you run out.
All students pay a deposit of DKK 2,000. We will refund the deposit to you after you've left (minus your bank's transfer fees), if your room is found in good condition, your material account is balanced etc.
European Film College has one annual film foundation programme, running from end of August to early May.
The next 1-year film foundation programme will be:
August 23, 2021 - May 1, 2022.
There is always a Christmas break, lasting about 2 weeks.
Course fee deadlines
Danish students: Monthly payments.
Students from countries with no Visa requirements: 50% of the fee to be paid before 31 July 2021 - remainder to be paid before 31 October 2021.
Students who are citizens in countries where Visa is required in order to enter Denmark: The total fee has to be paid before 31 March 2021 (se below whether you might need a visa to enter Denmark).