Bachelor of
Dramatic Art

Supplement your passion with the skills, experiences and
expertise necessary for a career in film, television or theatre.

The best thing about acting is that I get to lose myself in another character and actually get paid for it... It's a great outlet. I'm not really sure who I am - it seems I change every day.

Leornardo DiCaprio

Course Information

The Bachelor of Dramatic Art is a specialist degree with professional outcomes offered from a Christian perspective. It provides an extensive introduction to all the major aspects of theatre.The course is offered with three strands of specialisation, allowing you to take classes unique to your chosen career path:
Performance: This course prepares actors to compete in the highly rigorous theatre industry. Acting, voice and movement skills are developed, with students exploring both theoretical and practical perspectives.
Production: This course provides an intellectual and artistic foundation for professional careers in the areas of theatre production and direction.
Theatre Practice: This course offers a mixture of performance and production units in one program, enabling the development of well-rounded theatrical skills useful for work in small theatre companies. Paired with our Graduate Diploma of Education, it also satisfies the requirements for secondary Drama teaching.
At a glance:
  • Face to face (on-campus) delivery
  • Workshop style training, small group and individual tuition
Regular productions supply excellent opportunities for practical training and our outstanding faculty offer specialist support and a wealth of knowledge and experience.
Grow in the confidence necessary to generate your own work and to participate successfully in a theatre company. Take the opportunity to supplement your passion with the skills, experiences and expertise for a career in theatre, film and television!

Admission requirements

Application for admission into the Bachelor of Dramatic Art involves two steps:

  • Submission of an application: Educational requirements typically involve the successful completion of the NSW Higher School Certificate. View alternative pathways and further information here.
  • Interview and Assessment: For artistic requirements view the Audition Information
  • International or interstate students may submit an audition DVD accompanied by a written description of previous dramatic experience. Scholarship auditions are held on campus, and cannot be presented by video. View DVD Audition Information.

Auditions

AUDITION ROUNDS FOR 2018!

Please keep in touch. Dates will be published later in the year.

Applications must be received prior to the audition date.

International Students

Candidates whose qualifying studies were completed in a language other than English will normally be required to demonstrate English proficiency equivalent to the overall minimum score of 7.0 in the IELTS Academic test.

Course
WDR12 Bachelor of Dramatic Art
CRICOS
054987E
Length
3 Years full-time
6 Years part-time
Cost
$54, 525
ATAR
No ATAR required
Faculty
School of Drama
FEE-HELP
Yes

 

Why

Potential Students

The course is particularly suited to:

  • Those looking for a acting career and the degree to take you there
  • Students who want an exposure to a variety of pathways e.g. Acting, Production & Theatre Practice
What

Career Outcomes

Graduates can expect to pursue careers as an:

  • Actor
  • Director
  • Stage Manager
  • Production Manager
  • Technical Director
  • Writer
  • Drama Teacher
  • Drama Minister
  • Festival Director
  • Drama Therapist
  • Voice-over Artist
  • TV Production Assistant
How?

Delivery Mode

On camps

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Apply

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Enrol

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