Trinity Laban is delighted to welcome all European students to study in our inclusive international community. Our student body includes artists from over 60 countries, and we are proud of the vibrant and culturally diverse atmosphere this creates. You may be aware that Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty has been triggered, which formally marks the start of the negotiation process for the UK’s exit from the European Union. During this period of negotiation, Trinity Laban will continue to support applicants, staff and students affected by this change.

What we know so far:

 

Tuition Fees

EU students starting in 2017 or 2018 will continue to pay the same tuition fees as UK students for the entire duration of their studies. For information on fees for 2017/18, see our dance fees page and music fees page.

 

Government Funding

EU students commencing study in 2017 or 2018 will continue to be eligible for student loans throughout the entire duration of their course. For more information, see our pages for undergraduate students and postgraduate students.

 

Apply Now

Applications are now open for 2018 entry onto all of Trinity Laban’s musicmusical theatre and dance courses. Applications for 2019 will open in July 2018. For more information, see the study section of our website.

 

VISAS

EU students are not currently required to obtain a visa to study in the UK.

 

ERASMUS+

Trinity Laban will continue to fully participate in the Erasmus+ programme.

 

Useful Resources

Trinity Laban Welcomes EU Students

"We are all incredibly proud and honoured to have so many European students and staff. In fact, we have one of the highest percentages of EU students of any university in the country. We're looking forward to future generations of students continuing to contribute to our wonderful international community."

Professor Anthony Bowne
Principal of Trinity Laban

Student Stories

Our students are exceptionally talented dancers and musicians from a wide range of backgrounds.
Read their stories here, and find out what they think of their time at Trinity Laban. 

Read and watch their stories