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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.

Trinity Laban welcomes European students to join our inclusive international community, made up of staff, students and artists from over 60 countries. We appreciate that you may have lots of questions about how Brexit has affected the application process and study fees. We’ve designed this page to help you navigate the changes. You’re also welcome to email us with any questions. 

Tuition Fees

Following the Withdrawal Agreement, EU students are no longer eligible to apply for a loan from the Student Loan Company. From 2021/22 onwards, EU students are required to pay overseas fees. You can find a full list of our current and past course fees here.  

Republic of Ireland 

There have been no changes in funding for students from The Republic of Ireland who are still eligible for UK Home fees. 

EEA, EFTA and Swiss citizens 

Following the Withdrawal Agreement, the UK has made separate agreements with the EEA EFTA states (Norway, Iceland, Lichtenstein) and Switzerland. Further guidance regarding study fees for EEA, EFTA and Swiss citizens can be found on the UKCISA website. 

Funding options 

We offer a range of scholarships across music and dance, to support the talent of international and EU applicants. Find out more on our Scholarships & Bursaries and External Funding pages. 

Government Funding

EU Students without Settled/Pre-Settled and do not meet the residency requirements commencing study from 2021 onwards will not be eligible for any student loans or support from the UK government.

Submitting an application 

For most programmes, initial applications are made online through UCAS Conservatoires 

Further information regarding applications can be found on the following pages: 

The Audition Process

For most of our degree programmes, once you have submitted your application via UCAS Conservatoires, you will also be required to pass an audition. You can either audition in-person at one of our European audition locations or in London. For most of our programmes, we also offer the option to submit a Recorded Audition. 

Further guidance on how to submit a successful recorded audition can be found on the following pages: 

Further support, including tips from Heads of Department can be found on the following video playlists: 

Receive an offer and submit your English Language Test 

Once you have submitted your application and audition, our Admissions Team will be in contact with you to notify you of the result. If you come from a non-English speaking country, we will also be required to submit your English Language Proficiency test results before you enrol. The English Language Requirements are listed on the individual course pages and can also be found here 

Visa arrangements 

During your studies 

EU applicants without a Settled or Pre-Settled status will now need to obtain a Student Visa to complete a further or higher education course in the UK. 

Our dedicated and experienced Admissions Team will guide and support you throughout your application process. Further information can also be found on our Immigration & Visa page.  

Staying in the UK after you graduate 

The UK Government announced a Graduate Immigration Route in 2021 to enable international students to stay in the UK for up to two years after completing their studies. After completing a bachelor’s or master’s degree in the UK, successful applicants will be able to stay in the UK and work, or look for work, at any skill level for two years after they graduate. Further details can be found on the UK Government Graduate Route Fact Sheet. 

Virtual Open Days 

We understand that applying to study abroad is a big step, especially under these challenging circumstances. We run a number of Virtual Open Days throughout the year to give you opportunities to engage with our staff, current students and alumni, find out more about the range of degree programmes offered at Trinity Laban, and ask any questions you may have.

Changes to Erasmus+ and the Turing scheme 

Following the UK’s departure from the EU, the UK will no longer participate in the Erasmus+ scheme. However, Erasmus+ funding that’s been already secured may still be used to fund an Erasmus+ placement in the UK until 2023. Please contact the student exchange advisers at your home institution to find out more. The UK Government has launched a new exchange programme, the Turing Scheme. We are still awaiting further updates on how this scheme will be implemented and will update this webpage as soon as more details are announced. For more information, please see our web page for incoming exchange students.   

Useful Resources

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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

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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