Auditions

For 2022 entry, all first-round auditions will consist of our panel reviewing your audition tape online. We are hoping to offer call-backs and workshops in person and on campus, but this will depend on COVID guidelines at the time, and we will confirm this in the Autumn term. We will still offer an online option for those who would prefer not to or are unable to travel.

Application Process

Applications for our full-time undergraduate courses need to be made through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). Applications are online at: www.ucas.com. Full details on this process can be obtained from the UCAS website in the how to apply section.

The UCAS code for Rose Bruford College is R51

Once we have received your application through UCAS, our Admissions Team will contact you and ask you to submit a digital audition as your first-round audition.

Advice on what to prepare for your audition can be found here: Rose Bruford College School of Performance frequently asked questions and audition tips – YouTube.

If your first-round audition is successful, you will be invited to attend the next round of the process. The number of rounds and the content of those sessions depends on which course you are auditioning for.

2022 Entry Audition Dates

For course-specific audition processes and costs, see individual course pages:

Acting

Actor Musicianship

American Theatre Arts

European Theatre Arts

Our Theatre and Social Change programme follows a workshop process rather than an audition process.

We don’t charge an audition fee if:

  • You audition as part of a progression agreement
  • Your household income is under £25,000 per year
  • You are in receipt of benefits, including disability benefits: Universal Credit, PIP, DLA
  • You are Care Experienced (Care Leaver/in the care of your Local Authority)
  • You have Caring Responsibilities (Young Carer/ Carer)
  • You are irreconcilably Estranged with no contact with parents/family due to a relationship breakdown living independently without financial/emotional support from parents/family
  • You can offer other evidence of financial hardship
  • You are being auditioned overseas

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.

The outcome of your application and audition process will be updated on your UCAS account, so please keep a lookout for any updates.

UCAS How to Apply video Learn all about filling in your UCAS application for uni

International Students

If you are an International Student, you will follow all of the above steps. In addition to this, once you have been made an offer, you will need to provide the Admissions Team with specific documents to meet the conditions of applying for your visa. Please visit our International Students page for further information.