International Foundation Programme: Contemporary Dance and English Foundation Degree
This course can be selected as a stand-alone 1-year programme for students who wish to explore their dance practice at a conservatoire in London whilst improving their English language skills. Students who select the 4-year BA (Hons) Contemporary Dance with International Foundation Year programme and pass all modules, will automatically progress to year 1 of the BA (Hons) Contemporary Dance programme at Trinity Laban.
Students on the International Foundation Year will undertake intensive English language tuition, both in general English language and applying this in dance contexts, using dance-specific terminology. Your English language studies will include developing language skills to enable you to analyse and talk about dance and dance performance you have seen. The Programme consists of 1300 notional learning hours made up of contact hours in class, and self-directed learning hours which include preparation for assessment components. Learning will take place through a blend of formal tuition, experiential learning and self-directed study.
- A level
Practical dance experience of one dance form is expected (e.g. contemporary dance, classical ballet, urban dance), assessed at audition: candidates will be expected to demonstrate technical expertise and potential, and imaginative responses to creative tasks set; commitment and potential to study dance at a professional level; and enthusiasm for the physical demands of intensive dance training. PLUS an A-level or equivalent qualifications. Relevant prior experience will be considered.
This section explains how much you will need to pay in tuition fees to study this course at this university. Fees vary by country of residence so make sure you select which country of residence applies to you.
£9,250 per year
These are the tuition fees you pay if you are resident in England
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Trinity Laban is the UK's first and only conservatoire of music and dance. Students explore the ever-evolving worlds of music, dance and musical theatre, learning the real-world skills they need to become artistic leaders of the future. More than 1,000 students from 60+ countries learn and train at the conservatoire each academic year.
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