Fees

Fees

You apply only once for all three modules. If you are selected, you can either register and pay for the different modules separately, or you can register and pay for the three modules at once for the advantageous price of €2.150,00 (reduced fee for EFA members: €1.800,00). You can apply through this form by 19 October 2018.

Module I: 

  • Fee for non-EFA members: €1.350,00
  • Fee for EFA members: €1.100,00

The fee covers hotel accommodation for 4 nights, meals according to the programme, the information and training package, and the cultural programme. Travel to the module location and insurance are not included.

Module II:

There is no fee for Module II if you have attended Module I. 

With your placement, you may be provided with accommodation, local transport costs, and meals or per diems. This is dependent upon your host festival and may be negotiable. If not provided by them, you are responsible for your own costs and arrangements.

Travel to the module location and insurance are not included, with the exception of workplace insurance which will always be covered by the host festival.

Module III:     

  • Fee for non-EFA members: €1100,00
  • Fee for EFA members: €1000,00

The fee covers hotel accommodation for 3 nights, meals according to the programme, the information and training package, and the cultural programme.

Travel to the module location and insurance are not included.

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Funding

Funding opportunities for a training program (such as the Atelier for Young Festival Managers and the Festival Production Management Training) are numerous at both local and national levels. The Festival Academy advises applicants to start researching funding opportunities at national and international level from the moment they apply. The Festival Academy is glad to provide information on possible support schemes at international level. To start your research, have a look at examples of previous participants' funding here.

IETM has published a guide as well on their website to funding opportunities for arts and culture.

Or you can have a look at a funding guide that is specific to Africa here.

The Festival Academy has formed partnerships with the following organizations to support prospective participants:

  • Belgium: Production managers from Belgium who work for an organization that belongs to PC304 can use the sectoral training grant from ‘Sociaal Fonds voor de Podiumkunsten’ to fund part of their participation in the training. For more information visit www.podiumkunsten.be or contact Christa Criel at Christa.Criel@podiumkunsten.be

The Festival Academy itself does not offer any bursaries or scholarships.