One and Five Day Programmes

Fee for the one-day programmes are £300 per person.

Alumni receive a £100 discount.

Trainee craftspeople can apply for bursaries through The Stonemasons’ Guild of St. Stephen to reduce their fees.

To be considered for a discount or bursary, please respond to the inquiries below:

Fee for the five-day programmes are £1,500 per person

Kindly note that the programme fees do not cover accommodation, evening meals, or transportation to and from the programme's location.

The programme fee can be paid in instalments. 

- Deposit: £500

- Remaining payment: £1,000 (to be paid in two instalments of £500 each or four instalments of £250 each over a 12-month period).

Alumni receive a £200 discount.

Trainee craftspeople can apply for bursaries through The Stonemasons’ Guild of St. Stephen to reduce their fees.

To be considered for a discount or bursary, please respond to the following inquiries:

1. Are you:

   - An emerging professional (paid or voluntary) working as a craft trainee, in a heritage field or environment?

   - A postgraduate student in a heritage-related discipline, for example, Museum Studies, Building Conservation, Conservation, Architectural History, British History, Archaeology, Archives and Information Studies, Art and Design History, Cultural Tourism, or Cultural Administration?

   - A final-year undergraduate pursuing a heritage-related degree, such as Museum Studies, Building Conservation, Conservation, Architectural History, Archaeology, Art and Design History, Cultural Tourism, History, or Cultural Administration?

2. Have you explained the significance of this experience for your academic advancement and career growth in your personal statement as part of your application?

3. Are you proficient in English?

We give preference to applicants who have engaged in practical experience within a heritage setting, such as through a placement, internship, or volunteer work, regardless of its duration. We particularly value candidates who have shown a genuine commitment to pursuing a career in heritage.

 

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