University of West London

Degree level: Undergraduate

Professional Acting

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Course summary

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Drama Studio London, established over 50 years ago, is renowned for delivering a world-class training for the profession by the profession. The unique curriculum covers core traditional classic training whilst incorporating up to the minute techniques and trends. Our greatest pride is in providing a safe creative space in which talented people can find themselves as artists, reaching their potential with the support and generosity of a highly talented faculty. Our diverse faculty bring passion, integrity and commitment to every minute of rehearsal or class and all work in the industry. There is a genuine family feel and graduates remain connected and loyal. Our demanding training, delivered by working industry professionals, will bring out the very best you have to offer, hone your ability and skills and have you industry-ready by graduation. We are thrilled to now be offering a BA (Hons) in Professional Acting now in partnership with University of West London. This 3 year course maintains the integrity of the vocational, practice-based training whilst ensuring the academic rigour required by a degree. This course is designed for students who have the talent, passion and commitment to become a professional actor but would also like to gain a BA (Hons) acting degree. Those who already have a degree might prefer to consider our one or two-year vocational courses. The course is 80% vocational which broadly consists of 50% classes across all disciplines (Acting, Voice, Movement, Media, Preparation for the Profession) and 50% scene studies and productions. 20% will consist of written project work in journals, essays, blogs and recordings. During the first two years training in core skills provide a solid foundation from which to work from and in the final year there are multiple productions and several opportunities to perform in front of the profession. To find out more about Drama Studio London and to book an Open Day, go to

Course details

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Points of entry

The following entry points are available for this course:

  • Year 1

Entry requirements

Qualification requirements

A minimum of 5 GCSE's (including English) at Grade C/4 or higher.

Additional entry requirements


£30 non-refundable, payable upon application.

Fees and funding

Tuition fees

No fee information has been provided for this course

Additional fee information

Tuition fees for academic year 2021/22 have not been confirmed.
Professional Acting at University of West London - UCAS