2022 Fees and Financial Support
The Coronavirus pandemic has affected many people. As always, we are committed to ensuring that money is not a barrier to world-class training for the performers of tomorrow.
Therefore we have launched the 2022 Financial Support Scheme for all students enrolling at MAMT in 2022.
MAMT is a streamlined, 2 year course and the tuition fee is ordinarily £10,000 meaning that your training will cost yoj less than attending a 3 year university course and you won't be left with high debts post-graduation.
Lower living costs...
Local students can stay living at home and save the cost of expensive accommodation elsewhere.
Lower audition fee...
Our full day audition with MAMT tutors and current students costs £15 and you'll receive written feedback on the very same day.
Every student who enrols before 31st January 2022 will receive an automatic £5000 discount on their fees for being an early applicant. This does not need to be repaid so your early application is rewarded.
Students from a low income family can apply for one of our scholarships and receive up to £10,000, which can reduce your tuition fees by 50%. The scholarship does not need to be paid back and is available to students from anywhere in the UK who require financial assistance to train with us.
Please note: The O'Donoghue Scholarships are exclusive to Midlands Academy of Musical Theatre and are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis so the earlier you apply, the more likely you are to receive financial assistance.
After paying a deposit, the balance of your tuition fees can be split over the duration of the course so you can either pay termly, or even, monthly.
- Graduate in 2 years
- Graduate debt free by working too
- 40 hours per week training
- One third of the cost of University
- Graduate with West End showcase
- Spread the cost out
- Save accomodation costs
- No additional charges
- Earn while you learn
Further scholarships for up to 75% reduction on fees are sometimes offered to those from under-represented backgrounds and/or extremely low income households.