Bachelor of Arts (Acting)

Edith Cowan University (ECU)

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Undergraduate
CRICOS: 00279B

Studying acting at WAAPA is an inspiring and all-consuming experience. This degree produces graduates who are prepared for a career in a wide variety of media, including theatre, television, film and radio, both in Australia and internationally. The course has evolved as an extensive conservatoire training program guided by a philosophy of discovery, application and embodiment, delivered at all times in a diverse and inclusive environment. The core innovation of the program is to unite rigorous skills-based actor training with local, national and international guest directors and organisations, to simulate real-life industry programs and productions. The combination of all these factors means that students graduate with more than just acting skills; they are self-determined, autonomous strategists who are resilient and elite performers at the top of their game.

Structure

23 Units 360 Credit Points.

Standard entry requirements

University admission requirements apply. All applicants are required to attend an audition. Entry into this course is talent-based, and prospective students will be comprehensively assessed through an audition process which is held in November-December each year. Australia-wide auditions are conducted in Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane. Overseas students are assessed by auditions sent electronically. The audition includes a thorough assessment of inherent and trainable ability, the ability to meet the technical requirements of the course and suitability for the industry.

Study information

Campus Fees Mid year intake Attendance
Mount Lawley No
  • Online/Off-campus
  • Flexible Delivery
  • Full-time : 3 years
  • Part-time years

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