Previous performance training is essential for this course. A first degree in drama, acting or performing arts, or performance experience will be required in addition to an audition and interview. The normal entry requirement is a first degree in a related subject area (e.g. Acting, Drama, Musical Theatre, Performing Arts, English and Drama) but potential students with a degree in another discipline or with experience in a related professional area would also be considered. Admission to this course is via audition. Please see website for more information.
Months of entry
This course is rooted in practice, designed with international graduates in mind. Studying here will help you to develop a conceptual understanding of the practice of the British tradition, providing you with a progression route to an acting career or to further study at MPhil or PhD level.
Throughout this course you will explore style in relation to theatre performance, drawing your focus towards understanding the world of the play. You will gain significant experience in acting in classical forms of theatre and other forms that make specific stylistic demands.
It is delivered through various modes of study, such as research through practice, practice-based learning, workshops, performances, lectures and seminars as well as private study. This provides you with the experience of working in a range of styles and genres.
Information for international students
Prospective students from the USA are advised that they may audition via DVD or attend one of our US auditions, which are usually held in New York City, Chicago and San Francisco in January-February each year.
Fees and funding
Qualification and course duration
|Assessment||What kind of work will I be doing? (proportionally)|
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Course contact details
- BSA Admissions
- +44 (0) 121 331 7563