3 YEAR BA (HONS) ACTING
The BA (Hons) Acting programme is essentially a vocational course whose principal aims are to provide comprehensive acting training, and to equip graduates to work in the acting profession. It is also a degree course offering successful graduates a Bachelor of Arts with Honours qualification through the University of East London.
1 YEAR CERT HE INTRO TO ACTING
The CertHE Introduction to Acting programme is aimed at those who wish to enhance existing acting skills with a view to moving onto full time actor training at an accredited Drama School or University Course. It will enable you to experience the rigours of vocational training and make informed choices about your future.
Italia Conti is a world-renowned centre for actor training. Its graduates populate the performance industries and it is this commercial edge that makes the BA (Hons) Acting programme unique. It is one of the country’s leading vocational actors training courses, with an emphasis on professional development and employability.
We believe that acting is not just an art form but also a craft and our students leave the course equipped with the skills necessary to take up meaningful roles within the profession.
The three year BA (Hons) Acting programme is designed to encourage self-awareness as a ‘creative entrepreneur’ and our students are characterised by their imagination, flexibility and determination.
We also run a one year CertHE Introduction to Acting programme, designed to give students an introduction to actor’s training, begin to build the foundations of the key skills required for an actor and actor in training, as well as support and prepare students for Drama School auditions.
To apply for the BA (Hons) Programme, follow this link to UCAS and use the codes E28 (Institution) and W410 (Course); for the CertHE Programme, please use the codes E28 (Institution) and W411 (Course).
If you would like further information or have any questions about either of our courses, please get in touch and we will be happy to help.
Chris White, Director of Acting Programmes