University of Wales Trinity Saint David has opted into the TEF and received a Silver award.
BA Musical Theatre is a unique two-year intensive programme which offers practical training that will equip participants in the ‘triple-threat’ disciplines of acting, singing and dancing.This is the only Musical Theatre undergraduate programme in Wales. All of our teaching staff are theatre professionals who work in higher education as well as the industry.By working with industry professionals, the BA Musical Theatre will offer young performers an excellent, industry-relevant, focused course of study. The course teachers are committed to developing creative, independent, thinking artists; artists relevant to the industry. UWTSD Cardiff wishes to see this course provide talented and focused professional graduates for stages across Wales and beyond. The course’s structure is ambitious and the experiences gained by the students will be rich, timely and varied, which will ensure they are prepared thoroughly for a Musical Theatre Career.
Modules at Level 4: Singing Skills for Musical Theatre 1 Acting for Musical Theatre 1 Voice for Musical Theatre 1 Dance Training 1 Performance Class 1 Practical Projects 1 Modules at Level 5: Singing Skills for Musical Theatre 2 Acting for Musical Theatre 2 Jazz Dance for Musical Theatre 2 Voice for Musical Theatre 2 Applied Performance Skills for Musical Theatre 2 Modules at Level 6: Production 1 Production 2 Final Showcase Professional Producing Practice (modules may be subject to change)
Performances/events Students regularly have the opportunity to take part in performances/events throughout their degree, in which we can see growth and application of skills and knowledge. Regular tutorials We hold formal and informal tutorials throughout the degree in which each student discusses their work with the module tutor or Programme Director. We look at practical development, conceptual growth and future intentions. Presentations Presentations normally take place at the end of a module, exhibition or performance, in order to measure a student’s performance against assessment criteria. Process workbooks Students will document their process and practical work in a workbook which demonstrates their learning and individual pathway.
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|Campus name||Cardiff (Caerdydd)|
Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
- Year 1
|UCAS Tariff||120 points|
Fees and funding
|Northern Ireland||£9000||Year 1|
|Channel Islands||£9000||Year 1|
Additional fee information
University of Wales Trinity Saint David
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