Frequently asked questions

How can we welp you?

How much are your courses?

You can find the cost of our courses on each individual course page.

What does the audition involve?

You can find all the information about auditioning on our audition information page.

Can I pay for my fees monthly?

Yes. We have a payment plan option across our courses.

Do you hold open days?

Yes, check out our open days page for more information.

If you're unable to attend an open day, you can still visit by appointment, just contact us.

Can I have a part-time job whilst studying?

Yes. We understand that many students need to work to support themselves during their studies. However, its important to remember that the courses are very intense and you will need to find that balance between work, study and rest.

What is the minimum and maximum age to apply?

You must be at least 18 when the course starts. The exception to this is the Level 4 Diploma in Musical Theatre, where you can be 16.

There is no upper age limit.

Do you provide accommodation

No, but we can provide information and suggestions on where to search for private and student accommodation.

Once accepted, students will be able to connect with each other if they wish to share accommodation.

How many contact hours should I expect each week?

You will receive on average around 30 hours of contact time per week.

The exception to this is the Level 4 Diploma in Musical Theatre, where you will average around 26 hours of contact time per week.

How can I apply?

You can apply by completing our online application form.

Once we've received your application, a member of our team will be in touch to arrange your audition.