Welcome to Juilliard
For over a century, students have enrolled in The Juilliard School and graduated to fulfill their dreams in the performing arts. Dancers, actors, playwrights, classical and jazz musicians—all have come here to hone their craft and deepen their artistry.
A career in the arts is challenging, but the only way to make it happen is to risk: To risk taking that audition, creating that work of art, exposing who you are.
We invite you to take the step of applying to Juilliard, and we look forward to supporting you on your artistic journey.
Associate Dean for Enrollment Management
Whether you are just starting your research into Juilliard or are in the middle of submitting your application, we look forward to connecting with you. We encourage you to reach out to us, ask us questions, attend our events, and talk with your counselors and teachers. Wherever you decide to start, we'll be here for you along the way.
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Application Deadlines and Auditions
Applications for college-level degrees and programs at The Juilliard School and The Tianjin Juilliard School opened on September 1. If you are applying as an undergraduate or graduate student, please note your application deadline:
The Juilliard School (New York, USA)
- BFA or MFA in Acting—apply by November 1 (prescreened applicants), apply by December 1 (non-prescreened applicants)
- AD in Opera Studies—apply by November 1
- AD in Playwriting—apply by November 15
- BFA in Dance—apply by December 1
- All other Music degrees—apply by December 1
The Tianjin Juilliard School (Tianjin, China)
- MM in Chamber Music, Collaborative Piano, or Orchestral Studies
- Priority deadline December 15, 2021
- Final deadline of January 7, 2022
NEW: Check your audition requirements, as the format has changed to accommodate pandemic restrictions