New evaluates today demonstrate that for the second year consecutively 99%* of the students from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance were in livelihood or in further study six months in the wake of graduating.
The HESA Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education 2012-13 review, distributed today, puts Trinity Laban’s employability rating at 98.8%.
Trinity Laban Principal, Professor Anthony Bowne, said he was enchanted with the result:
“Our music and move understudies are among the best on the planet, and Trinity Laban keeps on recruitting the absolute best universal educators to guide and help them in their desire.
“The imaginative world has dependably been a focused one, however the figures demonstrate that we keep on leadding the path in delivering high caliber, entrepreneurial dance experts and musical performers. Solid employability figures like our own give a true feeling of certainty for prospective understudies, folks and educators.”
Trinity Laban is the biggest of the UK conservatoires and the stand out to concentrate on the twin controls of music and move. Around 1,000 understudies, from 60 nations, study towards proficient undergrad and postgraduate degrees.
The energizing exhibitions and historic instruction, group and social incorporation work make Trinity Laban a pioneer in the progression of inventive imaginative practice, with remarkable open doors for cooperation between instrumentalists, artists, writers, dance specialists and choreographers.