Frequently Asked Questions
Follow this link and you will find all the information about ICF certification. At the bottom of each page you can set a language choice.
“If you registered in advance and your presence at the event was listed, then you have the right to the CCEU’s for that event. To retrieve the certificate: 1. As a member: login and go to your profile and find in the list of events the event in which you were registered ; at the right you’ll see a “”Download”” button. Click here to download your certificate 2. If not Member: visit the home page of our website and search by using the filters the event where you were present. Click on “”more information”” to open the event. At the bottom right you’ll find a field where you can enter your email address with which you have registered. Enter your email address and click on send. Follow the indicated instructions.”
“On the home page click on”” become a member “”””. 1. Complete the form, at least with all the required fields (*). 2. Then click on “”sign up””. 3. Then, go to your emails and confirm your email address. You will be directed to the website again and you will see your name appear in the top right. 4. Click on your name and your dashboard will open. 5. Click below on your dashboard on “”manage subscription””and follow the instructions. 6. Choose a membership type: full member, corporate pass (only for internal coaches of partners), student pass (one-time only for students of a coaching school). 7. Enter the payment and your membership is finalized. 8. Your profile is checked and approved. Only full members canappear in the Coach Directory and can create articles and events.”

It is important to complete the FAFSA each year even if you do not think you will qualify for financial aid. Colleges and universities use the information supplied on the FAFSA to determine your eligibility for grants, scholarships, work-study awards and federal student loans. Submit your FAFSA as early as October 1 and remember that some schools award funds on a first-come, first-served basis.

Yes. You will need to submit a separate application in addition to required materials and an application fee for each program you would like to apply to. You will also have to send a separate portfolio, or schedule an audition if required, for each of those applications. If you are accepted to more than one program at Estudiar, you will then have to choose one program as your major.

All state and federal funds for education are available to U.S. citizens and U.S. permanent residents only. International students are eligible for institutional funds (scholarships and grants), but these funds are limited and awarding is very competitive. Estuadiar scholarships do not cover a student’s entire tuition. All awards are based on merit.

BFA degrees typically take four years to complete, while MFA/MA programs vary from two to three years. The Performer-Composer DMA Program is three years.