SCHOLARSHIPS & BURSARIES
There are a number of bursaries and scholarships available to the most gifted students and those facing financial hardship.
The Kiln Scholarship is available to Black students and those from other underrepresented communities studying Theatre Production Arts or Scenic Art and Prop Making. It includes both a contribution to fees and a maintenance grant.
THE ARTS SOCIETY GREATER LONDON AREA SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship has been made possible by the generosity of the Arts Society Greater London Area. It will be awarded to an undergraduate Actor Musicianship student commencing their studies in 2021-22. The scholarship is awarded on a combined basis of merit and financial need.
THE ELAINE PAIGE AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN MUSICAL THEATRE
This scholarship has been made possible by the generosity of Elaine Paige OBE and will be awarded to an undergraduate Musical Theatre student for their three years at Mountview. The Scholarship is awarded on a combined basis of merit and financial need.
THE LEVERHULME TRUST SCHOLARSHIP
The Leverhulme Trust generously supports scholarships for students in Theatre Production Arts and on our 1-year MA courses.
THE WATERMILL/MOUNTVIEW BURSARY
This bursary is available for Actor Musician students and covers up to 50% of the course fees for three years. It is awarded based on talent and financial need.
THE ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP
The Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation funds musical theatre scholarships at renowned musical theatre colleges throughout the UK. The Scholarship is awarded on a combined basis of merit and financial need and funds one undergraduate Musical Theatre performer for their three years at Mountview. Auditionees will be informed if they are eligible to apply during the audition process. Eligible students are invited to audition.
THE PETER COXHEAD BURSARY
The Peter Coxhead Bursary is available to FdA and BA (Hons) students in Theatre Production Arts and Scenic Art and Prop Making. Awards are made to a number of students each year as support towards course fees. This bursary is based on financial need.
To be eligible for the scholarship, students must have a total family income under £55,000 per annum. Application forms to apply for the scholarship are given to every student who has been offered a place on the course.
LONSDALE SCHOLAR FOR VOCAL EXCELLENCE
This scholarship has been made possible by the generosity of Mr James Lonsdale. Candidates must show exceptional skill in voice at audition or through course assessments, and shortlisted students will be contacted to discuss the award.