Why choose this course?
- Perform roles in public productions directed by professional American and British directors
- Work with experienced playwrights and composers on new work.
- Spend a semester in the USA at prestigious institutions
This programme is now closed for 2021 entry.
This is equivalent to three C’s at ‘A’ level or three Merits at BTEC (QCF) National Diploma or equivalent.
*We offer places based upon your future potential. We may offer you a place based on lower UCAS points than shown here, or an offer that is not linked to UCAS points, if we have evidence of your potential from your application or interview/audition.
The American Theatre Arts (ATA) programme offers a unique approach to performance training.
Our intensive practical programme has evolved over the last ten years in direct response to those students who recognise the increasing importance of international study as an integral part of their drama school experience.
The ATA might appeal to you because we provide an opportunity to study acting both here in the UK and in the United States. But we also challenge conventional notions of actor-training to equip you with an understanding of the traditions and innovations of a whole-range of American theatre practice.
You will then be able to bring that understanding to your performance work in Europe and beyond. This is a programme for those with a passion for exploring the trans-Atlantic, indeed global, interchange of theatre practice. We are looking for individuals with something to say, who are keen to collaborate and experiment.
Graduates have gone on to perform on stage and screen in the UK and US, to win awards as playwrights and directors, to work as technicians and administrators for leading television and theatre producers and to create their own independent theatre companies..
Studying an Arts related subject provides our students with a wide range of skills. Recent graduates have progressed into the following occupations:
Source: DLHE Data 2013/2014 to 2016/2017
Mode of Study: Full Time
UK/Republic of Ireland Applicants
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For 2021 entry, all initial/first-round auditions will be via video submission. You will be sent full instructions regarding how to record and submit your video and what to include once we have received your application from UCAS. Under the circumstances, we will not be charging an audition fee for this first round stage. We are hoping to hold second round auditions on campus in the Spring if it is safe to do so.
Please click here for information about our audition process.
We don’t charge an audition fee if you:
If you think you are eligible for the above fee waivers, our admissions team will be able to provide you with more details when you apply.
Year 1 Level 4 (at Rose Bruford College):
Year 2 Level 5 (in the United States and at Rose Bruford College):
Year 3: Level 6
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