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Dance


Course Description

Taught at our Kingsway Campus in Chester, this course is intended for practitioners from a range of dance fields and aims to reflect developments in practice-based research and current dance practices in the UK. It is designed for those who wish to deepen and extend their own professional practice and scholarly inquiry in relation to current bodies of knowledge within the widening dance professions.

This course celebrates the dance practitioner across the wider dance community, and aims to weave critical inquiry with creative freedom, thereby building your self-confidence in developing your practice and research in the context of current debates.

The course offers you the opportunity to:
- attend guest workshops, lectures, performance opportunities and seminars
- work alongside professional artists and researchers
- be part of a vibrant interdisciplinary research culture
- work in excellent studio, performance, IT facilities and learning resources.

Visit the Dance page on the University of Chester website for more details!

Entry Requirements

Applicants should be in possession of a 1st or 2:1 undergraduate degree in Dance, Performing Arts or a similar field. Candidates will be expected to attend an interview and/or workshop. Where candidates are not progressing directly from a first degree, relevant professional experience will be taken into account.

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