Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance
- Undergraduate Students
- Postgraduate Students
- International Students
Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance is a specialist institution and member of CUKAS, providing a range of higher education courses and training in music and dance. The conservatoire works in partnership with City University London.
- All applications for undergraduate and postgraduate courses are online through UCAS conservatoires.
- Entry requirements are specific to individual courses.
- A typical requirement for foundation entry is grade 8 standard in principal study, two A levels (one in a relevant subject) or an equivalent, and 3 GCSEs at grade C or above.
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- Courses offered include honours and master’s degrees, diploma and postgraduate diploma.
- Degrees are validated by City, University of London.
Student Services and Facilities
- Music facilities include 100-seat Peacock Room, 100-seat theatre studio, rooms for chamber music, 80+ practice rooms, a library, composition suite, keyboard laboratory and digital recording studio.
- Dance facilities include a dance health suite and Pilates studios, 13 dance studios, Bonnie Bird dance theatre, café and bar.
- The libraries provide access to specialist research collections of books, CDs, DVDs, scores, journals and other information and resources.
- Support from the conservatoire includes of one-to-one support, help claiming benefits, dyslexia support, on-site needs assessments, extra-time for some assessments, accessible assessment methods, and reasonable adjustments to accommodate needs.
- The conservatoire also ensures, disability awareness training for staff, and a confidential disclosure process.
- The library has braille technology, an adjustable workstation and specialist dyslexia software on all computers.
- For more information contact the disability coordinator James Hitchins; telephone +44 (0)20 8305 4418 email email@example.com.
- There is an active student's union which organises events, classes and represents students in matters of concern.
- Students can purchase an NUS card.
- The conservatoire provides information on careers after graduation.
Level of study
- Undergraduate 74%
- Postgraduate 26%
Mode of study
- Full Time 86%
- Part Time 14%
Where students come from
- UK 74%
- EU 18%
- Other 9%
- Male 38%
- Female 62%
- 1000+ students.
- 62% female, 38% male.
- 4% of students are from outside the EU.
- Trinity College of Music was founded in 1872, and Laban’s Art of Movement Studio in Manchester in 1948.
- They merged in 2005 to become the Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance.
Notable alumni include:
- Lea Anderson MBE – choreographer, artistic director
- Sir John Barbirolli CH – conductor
- Matthew Bourne OBE – choreographer
- Bilinda Butcher – vocalist/guitarist of My Bloody Valentine
- Edith Coates OBE – mezzo-soprano
- Heather Harper CBE – soprano
- Albert Ketèlbey – composer
- Fela Kuti – musician, activist
- Cecilia McDowall – composer
- Margaret Price DBE – soprano
- Marcella Puppini – singer
- Ilaiyaraaja – composer
- Allah-Rakha Rahman – composer
- Louise Richards – choreographer and co-founder of Motionhouse
- Luca Silvestrini and Bettina Strickler – choreographers and founders of Protein Dance
- Amy Shuard CBE – soprano
- Barry Wordsworth – conductor
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