- The MTA Application Form
WE ARE NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR 2022 ENTRY
We do not have a designated cut off date for applications – however the application process will end once all places have been filled, therefore we suggest that you apply sooner rather than later.
It is imperative that you acknowledge receipt of the audition date email and confirm your availability for that date – if you do not confirm your availability then your place will be given to another applicant.
* Fields marked with an asterisk are mandatory.
Please upload a headshot for our records. N.B Maximum size upload is 8MB Please note that this can literally be a selfie. Do not go to any expense
Max. file size: 64 MB.
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Please tick the box that you self identify with
Please note that The MTA is unable to sponsor a student requiring a visa to study in the UK, unless that student can apply for a Tier 5 YMS visa (Youth Mobility Scheme). Therefore we can accept applications from the UK, Ireland, Australia, Canada, Japan, Monaco, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Republic of Korea, Taiwan and any EU citizen that has UK residency0
- On receipt of your application form you will be emailed an audition date - you MUST reply to the email to secure the place. We will make 3 attempts to contact you to confirm this date, if after the 3rd time we have not hard from you then we're afraid that you will lose your right to audition.
We strongly recommend that you check your email inbox (and spam filter) regularly to ensure that you don't miss out.
Please list any injury, serious illness or disability (e.g. broken bones, asthma, epilepsy, visual or hearing impaired, nodules, eating disorder, mental health issues, autistic spectrum, drug dependency, dyslexia etc) N.B failure to disclose information that might have an impact on your training and which has the potential to reoccur during training will be in breach of your contract should you be successful at audition and undertake training with us.
This can include physical disabilities, neurodiverse difficulties