Tuition to South Gate School is 25,000 Danish kroner per semester, or 50,000 DKK per academic year, subject to any applicable payment service fees. Tuition is usually paid in monthly installments.
South Gate School makes financial assistance available to students in two forms: Work Study and Scholarships. As requests are granted on a first-come, first-served basis, you should apply early if you seek financial assistance.
Work Study Program
For students who can show financial need, South Gate School provides a program in which students can work for the school part-time in various capacities including; administrative, event planning, social media, graphic design, journalism, and more. Hours are not to exceed 20 per month, and pay is in the form of tuition remission at an hourly rate of 100 DKK per hour or 2,000 DKK per month.
For students who show both financial need and aptitude for the program, South Gate School offers scholarships in the form of 25%, 50%, or, in some cases, 75% off tuition.
You may also wish to consider Legatbogen, a Danish company that helps find funding for studies & internships, research & education, social purposes, arts & culture, and more.
State Educational Grant (SU)
As a private school in Denmark, South Gate School is not accredited by the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science. As such, SGS does not currently receive government funding, nor are students eligible for government educational aid known as SU. South Gate School does, however, continue to pursue SU support by the Danish Ministry of Culture.
Upon acceptance into the program, you will have 30 days to pay a deposit of 4,167 DKK to reserve your place at the school. This deposit is the first of 12 monthly payments for the school year. Invoices are sent at the end of each month, and payments are due within 30 days of receipt. After your deposit is paid, your first regular payment will be due by August 1.
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