Drama BA (Hons) (W403)

 

  

  


University of Sunderland



Drama BA (Hons)


Requirements / Wymagania

PRZEDMIOT (co najmniej 2 przedmioty na poziomie rozszerzonym) POZIOM PODSTAWOWY POZIOM ROZSZERZONY
Matura podstawowa oraz rozszerzona Ogólna średnia ze wszystkich przedmiotów minimum 60% (podstawowe i/lub rozszerzone) Ogólna średnia ze wszystkich przedmiotów minimum 60% (podstawowe i/lub rozszerzone)
Stara matura ocena minimum 3 -
J. angielski minimum 80% minimum 50%
Certyfikat językowy IELTS opcjonalnie jeśli nie spełnisz powyższych wymagań z matury - minimum 6.0 -
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Course overview 

The course makes regular use of professionals and academic tutors with industry links and provides an opportunity to present work at local schools and community centres, in professional venues, and/or on tour. These activities provide you with valuable insight into the performance industry and aid the development of individual and collaborative working.

All students studying on-campus undergraduate drama courses can take up a CV-enhancing work placement, a University-led industry initiative, or a professional and business development boot camp.



 


Why us?

  • Partnership with Live Theatre brings opportunities to work with their producers, performers and creative learning teams
     
  • We offer the region’s best staff to student ratio as well as the highest satisfaction with teaching of dance and drama
     
  • Placement opportunities throughout the three years of study in both education and community
     
  • Performance opportunities where the end product is professional and not workshopped 'in-house' e.g. TV Drama projects with Northumbria Police, Sunfest performances with Arts Centre Washington
  • Opportunity for a bespoke or eclectic programme, students can create a pathway of study based on their areas of interest, or career destination, or can choose a range of different modules to give them tastes of lots of different areas of study
  • 94% of graduates are in employment or further study within six months of graduating, according to the Destination of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey 2015
  • Voted by students as the Best University in the North-East in the Whatuni Student Choice Awards 2015

Modular structure

Year 1 (national level 4):

  • Theory and Practice of Performer Training (20 credits)
  • Theatre Production 1 (20 credits)
  • Contemporary Playwrights (20 credits)
  • Theatre for Social Change (20 credits)

Optional modules - you must choose a further 40 credits from the following list:

  • Popular Performance (40 credits)
  • Introduction to Video Production (20 credits)
  • Introduction to Modern Drama (20 credits)

Elective modules

Alternatively, you may choose 40 credits from the optional modules list above and a 20 credit elective module (subject to the approval of the programme leader and to timetable compatibility).

Year 2 (national level 5):

  • Key Theatre Practitioners (20 credits)
  • Theatre Production 2 (20 credits)
  • From Page to Stage (20 credits)

Optional modules - you must choose a further 60 credits from the following list:

  • Introduction to Research Projects 2 (20 credits)
  • Performing Arts In Context 2 (20 credits)
  • Artists and Educators (20 credits)
  • Live Project (20 credits)
  • Dramatic Production (20 credits)
  • Modern Tragedy: Shakespeare to Stoppard (20 credits)

Elective modules

Alternatively, you may choose 40 credits from the optional modules list above and a 20 credit elective module (subject to the approval of the programme leader and to timetable compatibility).

   Final year (national level 6): 

  • Contemporary Theatre Practice (20 credits)
  • Acting and Directing (20 credits)
  • Negotiated Independent Study (20 credits)

Optional modules - you must choose a further 60 credits from the following list:

  • Text and Performance 3: Shakespeare (20 credits)
  • Television Drama (20 credits)
  • Applied Theatre and Drama (20 credits)
  • Group Performance Project (20 credits)
  • Live Project (20 credits)
  • Live Project (40 credits)
  • Community/Education Project (20 credits)
  • Community/Education Extended Project (40 credits)

Elective modules

Alternatively, you may choose 40 credits from the optional modules list above and a 20 credit elective module (subject to the approval of the programme leader and to timetable compatibility).

Example final year electives:

  • Physical Dance Theatre (20 credits)
  • Music, Image, Text (20 credits)
  • Sound and Music Therapies in Practice (20 credits)

Teaching and Assessment 

Learning is studio-based and involves regular contact between staff and students. There are also workshops, lectures and seminar discussions.
Tutors seek to provide an environment in which a wide variety of ideas and approaches to performance can be tested and where experimentation can occur.

Assessments are often practical or performance-based. There are also essays and evaluations.


Part-time study

If you study this course on a part-time basis you will typically complete 40-80 credits in a year, rather than the 120 credits of full-time students. All modules are taught during the day time and you will be studying alongside full-time students.



Fees and funding

Full-time fees

The annual fee for this course is:

  • £9,250 if you are from the UK / EU
  • £10,750 if you are an international student

Part-time fees

Tuition fees for part-time students are:

  • £4,880 per 120 credits

Please note that part-time courses are not available to international students who require a Tier 4 visa to study in the UK.

If you are not sure whether you qualify as a UK, EU or international student, find out more in our Help and Advice article.

Take a look at the Your Finances section to find out about the scholarships and bursaries that may be available to you.


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