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About the course

The MA Acting for Screen masters degree course at Central is a professional training that focuses on acting in film, television and screen-related media. Primarily for those with previous training or professional experience, it explores the expressive potential of performance and the relationship between performers and camera. The course will build on your existing skills and focus on the specific needs of the year group.

  • Draw on the expertise of Central’s permanent staff team and specialist professionals from the industry
  • The course aims to encourage your development as a creative artist with the flexibility to work across all performance mediums, specialising in screen performance
  • The emphasis of the training is on producing actors who, on leaving, have a high skill level, with the

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Entry Requirements

You should normally have a first degree in the broad field of performance and drama studies, although applications from students of other disciplines may be considered if they have sufficient experience of performance. Your application may also be considered if you have appropriate professional experience, or can otherwise demonstrate your potential to undertake this form of postgraduate study successfully. An offer will normally only be made after audition and interview.

Course Content

Open days

10 May 2021
Postgraduate Information Week

14 May 2021
International Student Support and VISA information

Where will I study?

Where is Royal Central School of Speech & Drama


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Student Profile(s)

Ben Tavassoli, Graduated 2014

Co-stars in the BBC’s New Blood, a British television drama series created by Anthony Horowitz. Other television credits include Alpha in Channel 4’s No Offence, and Zak Latif in ITV’s Silent Witness.


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