FdA Performing Arts - Music Theatre - UCAS course code WW34
|UCAS Code||Start Date||Location||Costs||Enquire|
|WW34||16/09/2013||Lower Constitution Hill||£6,000|
For 2013 entry: This course is open for late and UCAS Extra applications (UK/EU and non-EU).
This pathway is for students interested in furthering their performance skills and deepening their knowledge of the Music Theatre. Tutors include a wide range of specialists from The College’s large, full-time Performing Arts team, supplemented by an intensive work experience project and a programme of workshops with visiting professionals.
The course comprises a mixture of practical and theoretical sessions with a strong emphasis on integration of the two elements. Modules include Skills Development, and Techniques for Music Theatre and will involve Singing, Acting and Dancing. It should be noted that Musical Theatre, while comprising an important element of the course, is not the sole focus. Students will be continually assessed through a series of practical performances, written assignments and oral presentations.
Year 1 - Level C - Core Units:
• Introduction to Performance
• Study Skills
• Professional Development and Work Based Learning 1
• Music in Art
• Skills Development and Techniques for Music Theatre
Year 2 - Level I - Core Units:
• Professional Development and Work Based Learning 2
• Industry Project
• Interdisciplinary Performance
• Special Subject for Music Theatre
- 4 GCSE passes at grade C minimum to include English and Mathematics, or equivalent
- Plus 2 A Levels or equivalent qualfication, e.g.
- BTEC National Diploma or NVQ3 or
- An Access to Higher Education Diploma
- Level 3 Advanced Diploma in Creative and Media may be considerd in combination with other qualifications
UCAS tariff points 120 from 2 full A levels or equivalent, and to include one full A level at 80 tariff points (i.e. grade C) in a relevant subject.
Preferred subjects: Drama, Dance, Music
If English is not your first language, a minimum of IELTS (Academic) 6.0, or TOEFL 550 (paper based), or TOEFL 80 (internet based) is normally required. A telephone interview may also be necessary.
Students with the appropriate level of qualification can progress to a one-year Honours top-up degree Level H or employment in a range of performance-related activities. For more information, please refer to careers guidance/course specific details on The College’s Higher Education website: www.thecollege.co.uk/higher-education/careers-guide/career-planning
£9,500 per annum
There may be additional costs for educational visits, uniforms, materials etc. and this cost will be advised on application.
Venue: The course is delivered at The College, Constitution Hill campus, Poole
Please note from September 2013 students on this course will enrol directly with The Bournemouth and Poole College.