2015/16: Home: Full-time : £7,550, Part-time: £1,258 per 30 credit module; International: Full-time: £11,700, Part-time: £1,950 per 30 credit module
The MA Acting offers a unique postgraduate programme to combine academic study in performance with a practice-based approach to performance. In collaboration with the MA Theatre Directing programme, students will produce and perform a range of work during the MA while undergoing a professional programme in actor training. The programme is taught in the evenings and on Saturdays and is available for both full- and part-time study.
Modules include: Actor Training Performance Laboratory Staging Performance Research Methods Dissertation/Production
The Acting Master’s programme benefits from the inclusion of a wide range of visiting practitioners – both directors and actors. In addition to giving ‘masterclasses’, these practitioners deliver some of the modules on the programme. Each year, a different theatre company acts as a mentor for the Staging Performance module taking students through the whole process of putting a production together from its inception right up to the performance.
The programme is taught in the evenings and on Saturdays and is available for both full- and part-time study.
Students will study at University Square Stratford (USS), our brand new campus in the heart of Stratford and benefit from facilities including:
State of the art performing arts spaces, with over £750,000 of brand new specialist equipment 3 performance studios, kitted out with advanced lighting rigs and AV equipment 72 person capacity Harvard Lecture Theatre with live lecture capture technology The Weston Learning Centre, a multi media space open 24/7 in term time, where students can study, engage in group work and take advantage of the learning facilities USS has to offer
page on the University of East London website for more details!
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