The Dance (Joint Honours) (Hons) course at the De Montfort University is intellectually and artistically demanding, offering daily dance classes in contemporary techniques; ballet for contemporary dancers; fusion and improvisation; as well as Performance and Choreography (live and screen); Dance in Education and Community, Understanding the Dance Profession; Promoting Dance; Sustaining Professional Practice, and a Placement.
In your second year, you may choose to personalise your studies in Dance: Choreography and Performance or Dance: Education and the Community, aligning your degree to your career aspirations.
You will learn about dance from internationally recognised teachers and researchers in exceptional studios and facilities.
The dance graduates are creative, entrepreneurial practitioners who are able to respond to the ever-changing demands of the current dance profession. They are equipped to work successfully in a range of dance-related careers as educators, performers, choreographers and managers and producers.
The dance graduates are creative, entrepreneurial practitioners who are able to respond to the ever changing demands of the current dance profession. They are equipped to successfully work in a range of dance-related careers as educators, performers, choreographers and managers, producers.
You need the following IELTS score:
Minimum required score:
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The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
Check the programme website for information about funding options.
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