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Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance

Trinity Laban is genre-defining, pushing the boundaries of music, dance and musical theatre. Here, you will build on a foundation of technical excellence to create high quality innovative work.

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You will develop the skills to produce your own performances in addition to honing your craft. There will be dedicated space for collaboration, not only within your own subject but across others, to reach new limits of artistic practice and inspire new working relationships that will last you a lifetime.

At Trinity Laban, artists work with scientists, students with professionals, teachers with researchers, performers with composers. Together, we are a global creative community that is second to none.

Trinity Laban is a place where you are encouraged to be yourself and to develop your ideas with authenticity and freedom. You have space to experiment and define your expertise.

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International students

Our staff and students come from all over the world and bring diverse experiences and areas of expertise to our community. Wherever you are from, you’ll benefit from our exciting, outward-looking melting pot of creativity.

When you arrive, our Students’ Union will help you settle in through events specifically designed for international students. We want you to enjoy your time at Trinity Laban. Adapting to a different country can be a challenge, so if you have any questions or difficulties, we will help and support you.

Our innovative and international character is confirmed by our growing list of partnerships with leading arts institutions all over the world. Each year, schemes like Study Abroad enables our students to spend some time studying abroad. They also give students elsewhere in the world the chance to come to Trinity Laban.

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Quick Facts

Progression to professional employment or higher study after 15 month’s stands at the exceptional average of 80.9% (for the past three graduating cohorts surveyed) which is +11.8 pp against the 2023 TEF benchmark calculated by the Office for Students. 



Moving from overseas was daunting at first, but Trinity Laban helped me settle in through international student social meetups and information about getting around the city. You’re never without a friendly face here!

Michael Clulow (Australia), Advanced Composition

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