Your programme of study at Trinity Laban has been carefully designed to prepare you for your future career, whether you decide to enter employment or go on to further study.
Trinity Laban offers a range of further study opportunities. For more information, follow the links below:
- Searching for a course
For help in finding a course of study, either at undergraduate or postgraduate level, or a short course or evening class to continue your professional development.
- Funding your studies
There are many places to look for financial assistance outside the Conservatoire, and it can often be hard to know where to start your search. Information on good funding organisation directories, alternative funding opportunities and advice on the funding application process is available via this link.
- League tables
League tables for UK universities and teacher training providers.
- Training to teach
Useful websites for information about routes into teaching in the classroom, course search and the application process.
- Graduate Prospects - About postgrad study
Information to help you weigh up the benefits of further study, learn about the different types of postgraduate courses available and decide if you want to study in the UK or abroad. Includes information about costs and funding, and about the application and interview process.
- UKCISA: UK Council for International Student Affairs
UKCISA provides information to students from other countries studying in the UK and also to students from the UK studying, or wishing to study, abroad
- Distance learning (sometimes called flexible or open learning)
Distance learning allows students to study at home via a programme of study that consists of video, printed or online materials. Some courses include a residential or day school. Some colleges and universities offer courses or programmes entirely over the Internet - often called e-courses or online courses. Trinity Laban offers Distance Learning Programmes in Music. If you are looking for other distance learning courses in the UK, you can use the Postgraduate Study Search Engine on the Prospects website.