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2023/24 Term Dates
Autumn term 11 September – 15 December 2023
Spring term 2 January – 28 March 2024
Summer term 15 April – 14 June 2024

2024/25 Term Dates
Autumn term 9 September – 20 December 2024
Spring term 6 January – 20 April 2025
Summer term 22 April – 20 June 2025

*Please note – All Production Arts students will not have a two week break over Easter. All students will have a two week break but they are scheduled around show roles. All students must speak with their course leader before booking any holidays/travel.

Advanced Production Roles

Design opportunities and lead role/s on public production/s

Industry Research

Further career development training

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Application feeFree
2024/25 UK/Republic of Ireland Students Course Fee£10,025
2024/25 International Students Course Fee£18,575

Additional costs may include a basic tool kit and transport.

There are a number of student scholarships available.

Applicants must be aged 18 years or over at the start of the course, and have achieved 240 credits (120 per year) from an equivalent technical theatre or production arts course. You do not need to have completed these credits at Mountview.

Entry is based on an interview at which you will be invited to talk about previous experience, interests and inspiration.

If an applicant requires a student visa and their first language is not English, they will need to prove their knowledge of the English language before applying for their student visa. This must be demonstrated by passing a Secure English Language Test (SELT) from an approved provider or, having a GCSE, A level, Scottish National Qualification level 4 or 5, Scottish Higher or Advanced Higher in English, gained through study at a UK school that they began when they were under 18

Mountview welcomes applications from people with disabilities and is keen to support all applicants to achieve their best. If applicants have any special requirements or access needs, these should be discussed with the course leader/administrator.

Mountview is committed to a comprehensive policy of equal opportunities for students in which individuals are selected and treated on the basis of their relevant merits and abilities. No applicant will receive less or more favourable treatment on grounds of sex, gender, sexual orientation, age, ethnic origin, disability, religion and marital/parental status or any comparable grounds.

Upon offer, students must be sure that they are prepared to engage with a wide range of material that may challenge their personal ethical, religious, spiritual or moral beliefs, and present it in a wide range of settings.

All Production Arts candidates will take part in a first-round interview with senior course tutors, at which you will discuss your interests, influences and production arts experience. You will be required to submit examples of work. This will be either online or, if possible, at Mountview with the opportunity to meet staff and students and tour our building and theatres.