Our BA (Hons) Musical Theatre (Dance) degree will provide you with a balance of creative and artistic modules and with knowledge and practical skills, allowing you to explore the demanding world of the professional performing arts industry. The degree course has extremely high contact hours to enable you to fulfil your potential as a professional artist. You will have a diverse and intensive programme of training that will facilitate you with the subject specific skills and knowledge enabling you to graduate as an industry ready professional. Performers College offers the BA (Hons) Musical Theatre (Dance) through two distinct pathways: Dance and Musical Theatre. Which pathway is right for you will depend upon, your skills and interests, the subjects you have previously studied and what you want to do with your degree when you graduate:
• Dance Pathway is a course for those who wish to major in different dance genre and choreography, whilst still studying acting and singing.• Musical Theatre Pathway focuses on producing ‘triple threat’ graduates who are able to gain employment utilising the skills sets involved in dance, acting and singing.
Prospective students should apply directly to Performers College (not via UCAS). Please download an application form from our website www.performerscollege.co.uk
Closing date for applications academic year 2018/19 is February 16th 2018
Typical Offer (individual offers may vary):
A level (or combination with AS / EPQ / BTEC / Cambridge Technical): 96 UCAS New Tariff Points
BTEC / Cambridge Technical: DDD – DMM
International Baccalaureate: 28 points
Interview: candidates will be required to demonstrate, in a performance audition, ability in dance, acting and singing. Applicants with high levels of performance skills may be considered for a lower academic offer.
Tuition Fees and Funding:
UK & EU Nationals – £9,250 per annum
International students – £12,600 per annum
Subject to eligibility, UK & EU students can apply for a Tuition Fee Loan from Student Finance England to cover the full cost of tuition fees. UK students are usually also eligible to apply for additional funding to help with living costs. The tuition fee is not means tested which means that your household income will not be taken into consideration.