• Work placement opportunities
• Collaboration with professionals from the Performing Arts industry as well as collaborative opportunities with art, photography, film and music students to produce highly creative and original bodies of work
• Focus on emerging contemporary practices, using innovative spaces and technologies for diverse audiences
• The course is aimed at individuals who are interested in both shaping the future of performing arts and being part of one of the UK’s fastest growing industries
After this course
On graduation students will be equipped with the diverse and valued skills necessary to secure employment in the performing arts industries. Students gain the collaborative and entrepreneurial skills required to forge a career as a ‘sole trader’ (such as a performer or writer) or to set up their own company. Others may choose to explore broader opportunities in the creative arts sector, such as arts management, community arts, teaching and residencies and/ or undertake Postgraduate study.