The Royal Conservatory The Glenn Gould School

English Language Proficiency

The language of instruction at The Glenn Gould School is English; a strong command of English is necessary for success in our programs. For this reason, proof of adequate English language proficiency is required before a candidate can be admitted. Only original copies of test results sent directly to the Admissions & Student Services Manager will be accepted.


Scholarship Support

The GGS is able to offer EVERY student substantial scholarship support for the duration of their program.

More specifically, HALF of GGS students receive full tuition scholarships, and the other half, both Domestic and International, typically receive tuition scholarships between 65-85%.


Application and Contact Information

All prospective applicants must prepare the following items:

Key Dates

Applications for the 2019-2020 school year will open on October 1, 2018.

Student Calendar and Student Services

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Applying for Admission to The Glenn Gould School

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Video and Audio Recordings

Over the course of the academic year, each Rebanks Fellow will work with Riddle Films to produce a professional quality video and audio recording. Link to past videos

Alumni of the Rebanks Family Fellowship Program

2016-17 Rebanks Fellows

Geoffrey Conquer, piano; Elizabeth Polese, soprano; Adanya Dunn, piano; Bradley Christensen, baritone; Joanne Wu, flute; Ellen McAteer, Soprano; Jennifer Murphy, violin

2015-16 Rebanks Fellows

Rebecca Anderson, violin; Raoul Cho, flute; Beste Kalender, mezzo-soprano; Lingyi Kong, violin; Anne-Marie MacIntosh, soprano; Alexander Seredenko, piano

Application Information

Criteria for Fellowship

Rebanks Fellows are selected based on a number of criteria. They will be self-starters with exceptional talent, commitment, and a passion for a career in performance; demonstrate leadership skills; and display a strong desire to share and connect with others. A mix of Canadian and international students will be selected. Fellowships will be awarded for a one year term.

The Rebanks Family Fellowship and International Performance Residency Program

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The Rebanks Family Fellowship and International Performance Residency Program at The Royal Conservatory's Glenn Gould School is the only one of its kind in Canada, offering a rich curriculum for career development.

The Program has been designed to be the catalyst for launching successful professional careers of extraordinary Canadian emerging artists who have completed their formal training, and it will include private study with exceptional faculty and guest artists, concert presentations and career coaching, along with marketing training and support. Additionally, each Rebanks Fellow will participate in a funded European residency.

The Royal Conservatory is grateful to the Rebanks Family and The W. Garfield Weston Foundation who have made this innovative program possible through their generous support.

The 2017-18 Rebanks Fellows are: Adam Harris, baritone; Sonia Bize, harp; Emily Kruspe, violin; Maeve Palmer, soprano; Brad Cherwin, clarinet and Katy Clark, soprano.