Introductory Workshop - £75
MSc (Year 1) - £5,000
MSc (Year 2) - £5,000
DISSERTATION YEAR FEES - £1,600
YEAR OUT FEE
Fee from September 2022
These fees only apply to new students from 2022/23.
Creative Writing for Therapeutic Purposes - YR1 £5,500
Creative Writing for Therapeutic Purposes - YR2 £5,500
Creative Writing for Therapeutic Purposes - YR3 £1,760
Please note, Metanoia Institute regularly reviews its tuition fees structure and further changes such as fee increases may be applied on an annual basis to new students. All fees quoted are provisional and subject to change.
Transfer of Learning Fees (TFL)
The following are examples of TLF that you can expect to pay. The fees could be made up of a number of combinations as they will depend on your circumstances and the route you take. We will therefore inform you of the fees payable once your interview has taken place.
Certified Learning (£10.00 per unit – cost per year) £100.00
Accredited Learning (To transfer learning for one year) £230.00
Accredited Learning (To transfer learning for two years) £300.00
Experiential Learning (To transfer learning for one year) £500.00
Experiential Learning (To transfer learning for two years) £750.00
No cash payments allowed.
Please note above fees are for the Academic Year 2019-2020 and may be subject to annual increases in future academic years, based on inflation and changes in the requirements of our validating partner.
Your course may require you to undertake personal therapy, and/or to engage in clinical supervision for any placement work you do. The costs for personal therapy and clinical supervision are not included in the tuition fees, so you will be expected to pay for them yourself, in addition to the tuition fees listed above. You must continue to engage in personal therapy and/or supervision during any time taken out of training. The approximate cost of therapy is between £50-£70 an hour, for supervision the cost is around £55-£75 an hour. If you start working with clients during your studies, you must also take out professional indemnity insurance which costs around £80 per year.
Fee payment options for all students 2019-20
Please note that from September 2018, the payments options available for students (new and continuing) are as follows:
- Payment of fees in full.
- Payment by your sponsor/employer which requires you to pay a deposit which will be refunded when payment is received in full from your sponsor/employer. You will be liable for any outstanding fees in the event of default on the part of the employer or sponsor.
- Payment of the fees with a deposit due immediately on acceptance to the course followed by five further direct debit payment
Direct Debit Dates for 2020/21
If two consecutive direct debit payments are returned unpaid by your bank, the remaining outstanding balance will become immediately due.