Applications have now closed for 2020/21 Entry.
Admission to the programme is via a two-stage admissions process and candidates must meet all Entry Criteria and then complete Stage 1 of the application in order to progress to Stage 2 of the process (see How to Apply below).
For any enquiries about future applications please get in touch with the Postgrad team on firstname.lastname@example.org
In exceptional circumstances, where applicants do not meet the academic requirements, comparable vocational training and/or experience, supported by satisfactory testimonials, may be considered in lieu of an undergraduate bachelor’s degree, or alongside a degree with a classification below 2:1. In these instances, the candidate’s whole academic and professional profile will be taken into consideration in reviewing the application against this entry criterion.
To make an application for this programme, applicants should submit the following by email to email@example.com
Part A – Undergraduate Essay at Level 6
Please attach an essay or final dissertation from prior undergraduate study that demonstrates academic writing with evidence of research. This does not need to have a specifc dance focus and can be from another area of undergraduate study.
Part B – Reflective Report
Please attach a supporting report that demonstrates your personal interest in a current area of research, study, performance. This could include,
• Case Study of a choreographic project
• Review of personal performance project
• Report in relation to a teaching position, and specific area of dance education
This element of the application process is used to demonstrate your proficiency and suitability to study at MA level in relation to written and research skills
Curriculum Vitae (optional)
The Stage 2 process will involve an interview with the candidate either in person or online to accommodate the candidate.
Professional experience requirement
Students may be admitted to the programme with advanced standing in line with the University’s standard APECL requirements. Such cases are subject to prior approval by the University of Kent according to its Accreditation of Prior Learning process, full details HERE.