Fees for the London Palaeography Summer School

Please note that the pricing structure will differ for 2021.

Fees are as follows: 

Standard Half-Day Fee (£50)
Standard One-Day Fee (£100)
Standard Two-Day Fee (£200)
Standard Three-Day Fee (£290)
Standard Four-Day Fee (£375)
Standard Five-Day Fee (£450)

Student Half-Day Fee (£45)
Student One-Day Fee (£90)
Student Two-Day Fee (£180)
Student Three-Day Fee (£260)
Student Four-Day Fee (£340)
Student Five-Day Fee (£400)

*Half-Day Course Fee: £50 (Standard) or £45 (Student).
There are two Half-Day courses on offer for 2020, occuring on Wednesday 10th June. They are:

  •  Editing from Manuscripts (Dr Daniel Hadas) - Half day course AM
  • Transcribing and Editing MSS: Palaeography after 1700 (Wim Van Mierlo) Half day course PM

If you are taking one half-day course only, you will need to select the 'Half-Day Fees (Standard)' or 'Half-Day Fees (Student)' attendee option on the registration form, in order to be charged the correct amount. If you are taking both courses on Wednesday, please select Standard or Student ticket types, and ensure you add both sessions when booking. 

Please note, if you wish to attend the Illumination Masterclass with Patricia Lovett, there is a £15 surcharge to cover materials. Please select the relevant ticket type e.g. Standard - 2 Day with Masterclass, to be charged the correct amount. 

Please get in touch with the Summer Schools Administrator if you have any questions (iesevents@sas.ac.uk, 02078 628680) 

If you are allocated to a waiting list due to a lack of available space on your chosen course, please do not pay unless you have been notified that a place has become available.



For 2020, we are pleased to be able to offer a limited number of one-day bursaries. These will be available to apply for until January 31st 2020, when bursary applications will close. You will hear back from us a few weeks after the closing date. 

There is space on the booking form to specify if you would like to apply for a bursary. Please select 'bursary' on the application form to prevent from being asked for payment for now.