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Music centres in the UK and Ireland

You can either enter for an exam at one of Trinity’s public centres or request an examiner to come to you.

  • for further information on booking an examiner visit, please see Private music exam visits in England, Scotland and Wales. Examiner visits are not available in Northern or Republic of Ireland.
  • to enter for an exam at a public centre, first please decide which exam centre and dates work best for you, then fill in an entry form and send with the appropriate fee to the local representative before the closing date. Each centre has a local representative who can assist you in entering for an exam. The local representative will organise the enrolment and scheduling of the exam, as well as making sure your results and certificates are sent to you after the exam. 

 

Music online booking

In response to customer requests, Trinity has introduced a new online booking and payment service for practical music exams.

Online booking for the Autumn 2017 period is currently available at selected centres.

Music online booking - further information

 

How do I find an exam centre and exam dates?

UK

Ireland

 

How do I enter for an exam?

You can request confirmation that your application form has been received by including a stamped addressed envelope with your application. Otherwise you should expect an appointment to be confirmed around three weeks in advance of the exam date.

 

How much does an exam cost?

 

Theory exams

Theory exams can be sat at centres marked with a (T) on the list of centres. To enter for an exam fill in an entry form and send with the appropriate fee to the local representative before the theory closing date as found in the list of centres. Each centre has a local representative who can assist you in entering for an exam. The local representative will organise the enrolment and scheduling of the exam, as well as making sure your results and certificates are sent to you after the exam. Further information on theory exams can be found on our theory pages.

 

Further information

Please also see Enter for a music exam in the UK & Ireland - FAQs

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