How much does a school year cost at Mosa Ballet School?

Dance education

For Belgians and European Union nationals, the fee is EUR 8,500 per school year.

For the years 2022-2023, 2023-2024 and 2024-2025, this rate is reduced to 6,375 euros.

For Non-European pupils, this fee amounts to 17,000 euros, reduced to 12,750 for the years 2022-2023, 2023-2024 and 2024-2025.

 

 

General education

In Belgium, compulsory education is free of charge.

School costs are limited to purchasing the necessary equipment and a symbolic contribution to the institution’s costs, which is communicated at the beginning of the school year.

 

 

Accommodation

The boarding school from Monday to Friday

Accommodation and full board are offered at a single rate of EUR 4,800 per school year.

For students aged 16 and over who choose to stay at the boarding school at weekends, the prices of the services will be communicated shortly.

The expenses of host families

For pupils who cannot return home during the weekend and are accommodated in a host family, a contribution of 1,200 euros per year is required to cover ongoing expenses (utilities, food, laundry, travel, etc.)

Non-residential half-board

This is mandatory for students who are not accommodated at the boarding school.

Lunchtime meals are taken at school to ensure a balanced diet for all students. This package is offered at a rate of 1,200 euros per school year.

Payment methods

A deposit of €1,500 must be paid within 14 days of receipt of the invoice to confirm the registration.
50% of the remaining tuition must be paid before 1 September 2022.
The remaining 50% must be paid:
In full before 1 October 2022
or

In four equal monthly instalments
1 October 2022
1 November 2022
1 December 2022
1 January 2023

Are scholarships awarded?

At the Mosa Ballet School, excellence means equality of opportunity and diversity of their journey.

Regardless of the student candidates’ geographic, cultural or socio-economic origins, equal eligibility to the auditions will be based solely on talent, merit and potential.

By paying particular attention to diversity and inclusion, the Mosa Ballet School commits itself to never refuse a talented dancer due to lack of financial means and guarantee the same opportunities by granting scholarships (full or partial) depending on the real situation of the families.

Whatever their financial situation, the Mosa Ballet School invites any talented, motivated, and rigorous young dancer to come to the audition.