Our Impact

A WORLD LEADING DRAMA SCHOOL

3,500

We receive over 3,500 applications for 200 places each year.

88

460 students come from 88 countries, internationally and across the UK.

90%

of our undergraduates achieve a 2:1 or above.

50%

Over 50% of our undergraduate students receive a bursary to support them financially through their training at a cost to Mountview of over £500,000 a year.

30

Full-time students receive over 30 hours of contact teaching each week for 36 weeks.

89%

Mountview scores 89% overall student satisfaction (National Student Survey 2019).

97%

of our students work in the creative industries within one year of graduation.

70%

of long-running West End shows feature Mountview graduates in production and performance.

54

scouting partners nationwide identify students who for socioeconomic reasons feel excluded from further training.

30%

of our undergraduate performance students identify as being black, Asian or minority ethnic.

A centre of creativity and opportunity 

28 productions in two fullyequipped theatres.  

Tickets from £5 with over 350 free tickets to schools and community groups. 

Almost 1,000 young people are enrolled in our young people’s programme Generation N*xt with 300 young people taking part each week, the majority from within Southwark. 

50% of participants in Generation N*xt receive bursary support and 46% identify as BAME. 

We work in partnership with 6 local secondary schools. 

A home for the creative industries 

328 arts and creative organisations regularly use our spaces, or are based in our building. 

5,000 people visit Mountview each year to exercise, train, dance, act, sing and develop their craft in our spaces including commercial, not for profit and community organisations and alumni  

Mountview’s presents the work of a wide range of arts organisations including: Royal Academy of Dance, London Gay Men’s Choir Ensemble, the Movement Factory and British Youth Music Theatre. 

*Figures based on 2018/19 academic year