Personal statement advice: music

Writing a personal statement for music? Whether your musical interests lie in performance or music history, think engaging, detailed, and relevant to strike the right note with music admissions tutors.

Scholarships, grants, and bursaries: Music

Music scholarships, grants, and bursaries are available to students who show exceptional musical talent, whether they’re studying a music degree or not. Find out how to apply, extra benefits you can get, and more.

Choosing a conservatoire course

Conservatoires offer performance-based courses in music, dance, drama, musical theatre, film, and production. These are at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.

UCAS Conservatoires: international students

UK conservatoires are excellent places for international students to get high quality training in music, dance, drama, or musical theatre. Students come from all over the world, to gain performance skills they can use to succeed on international stages.

UCAS Conservatoires: what to study

How to choose a conservatoire course and when to apply. Courses are available in music, dance, acting, and musical theatre at undergraduate and postgraduate level.

10 money tips for starting uni or college

With the cost of everything from a flat white to fruit and veg at an all-time high, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. But there are things you can do to feel more in control of the situation. Here are 10 practical steps that can help.

2020 cycle applicant figures – 15 January deadline

NB Subject level data for 2018 cycle was updated at 1600 on Wednesday 4 March. Statistical release published on 5 March, providing core numbers for the UCAS Conservatoires 2020 January 15 deadline, comparison data over 5 cycles, and graphical illustrations of key trends.

A student's guide to Glasgow

You may be surprised at the deep and vocal love people have for Glasgow, but linger a while and you will soon understand it is a very 'dear green place'.