Students typically require a degree in a particular aspect of the performing arts, normally at 2:1 or higher, and based on audition/interview and portfolio review.
Months of entry
This MA provides a unique opportunity to develop collaborative theatre making skills informed by leading practitioners working in the field of contemporary performance. The course will appeal to recent graduates from a range of performance practices including performers, directors, writers, dancers, choreographers, composers, musicians and actors as well as to people already working in the performing arts industry who need to increase or consolidate their knowledge. This could include school teachers and tutors at FE delivering GCSE and A-level performing arts, as well as to people already working in the performing arts industry.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Bucks New University