What is included in our BA Performing Arts degree?
During a three year full-time degree you will develop acting techniques for the stage, strengthen your voice and singing with regular tuition and take dance lessons including ballet, tap, modern and jazz.
Throughout the degree, you’ll be able to choose modules based on what you’re passionate about. You'll have opportunities to study other aspects of theatre, such as choreography, technical theatre and business development; theoretical study underpins all elements of the course.
With live performance opportunities throughout the course, including full-scale musicals, you'll gain plenty of experience, working in real theatres with industry experts. You’ll learn with international theatre companies at renowned events and locations.
What are the performing arts degree qualifications?
The qualifications needed for performing arts degree courses vary at each institution.
Because we want to offer this course to creative students with talent and potential (and because we know that exam grades don't always tell the whole story), we make offers following an audition instead of using tariff points.
You will need to have, or be studying for, an NQF level 3 qualification – that's A-level/BTEC/Welsh Baccalaureate or equivalent.
Once you apply, we will invite you to audition so we can decide whether to make you an offer.
Grade 4/C in GCSE English and Mathematics (or equivalent) are normally required.
What are the performing arts degree uk fees?
See the further details of fees and potential extra costs when studying performing arts at university.
The next steps
We can help you apply for a performing arts degree and will support you throughout the application process. Most full-time courses are applied to via UCAS. There are deadlines for submitting your application.
Find out more about applying for a performing arts undergraduate degree