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Enter for an exam

To enter any Trinity classical or jazz music exam, download and fill in an entry form, and send it with the full fee to the local representative at your nearest centre. All cheques should be made payable to Trinity College London.

You must read our information and regulations booklet.


Outside the UK and Ireland

Speak to your local representative for dates and fees or contact the central Trinity office.

Grade and certificate exams entry form

Diploma entry form

Group & ensemble entry form


UK and Ireland

You can take a Trinity exam at a Trinity exam centre. A complete List of Music centres, setting out which exams each centre offers, exam dates and contact details for Trinity representatives is available below. You should contact the rep directly to double-check that your chosen date is running.

If the dates or locations aren't convenient, you can arrange for an examiner to visit you under our Examiner Visit Scheme. This is open to schools and private teachers in England, Wales and Scotland - you just need to reach a minimum spend of £500 in examination fees. You'll get access to Trinity Online, which supports exam administration and gives you access to centre records and candidate statistics.

For more information or to book an examiner visit please contact your local area coordinator. Details below.


Grade, Certificate and Small Group Tracks entry form and fees

Solo entry form

2015 Grades exams entry form - London Centre only

Group, ensemble and Small Group Tracks entry form

Fees for UK Grade and Certificate exams

Fees for Ireland Grade and Certificate exams

Diploma entry forms and fees

Entry form

Fees for UK Diploma Exams

Fees for Ireland Diploma exams

FTCL diplomas can only be taken at our London centre, based at Trinity Laban conservatoire in Greenwich.

Special needs

Learn more about our provision for candidates with special needs and download a special needs request form.


Rock & Pop exams

Learn more about our Rock & Pop exam centres and book online at the dedicated Rock & Pop website.


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