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Application Process for Music Theatre Students

Step One: Apply to Queen's

The Bachelor of Music Theatre (BMT) is a direct entry program administered jointly between two institutions: St Lawrence College and Queen’s University.  You will need to meet admission requirements for both institutions.

Apply to Queen’s through the OUAC (Ontario Universities’ Application Centre) website (ouac.on.ca).  Select the program code for Queen’s Music Theatre (QMT). Ontario secondary school prerequisites include: Six 4U and 4M courses with an overall average of at least 78%. Must include English 4U and a minimum of one additional 4U course.

Detailed information on applying to Queen’s University (including secondary school prerequisites for other provinces and jurisdictions) is available on the Queen’s Admissions website.

Step Two: Book Your Audition at St. Lawrence College

After you have submitted an application to Queen’s through OUAC, you will need to book an audition with St. Lawrence College. Auditions are done in person, on Zoom, or electronically via submission.  

Electronic submissions for applicants to the BMT are accepted from February 1, 2022 until April 30, 2022.


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Questions About the Music Theatre Program?

For more information about applying to study music theatre at St. Lawrence and Queen’s, please contact:

Grahame Renyk (BMT Faculty Liaison)