BA (Hons) Dance Education and Teaching Share your passion for dance with others through teaching and performance Course in Islamabad || Registration Open

BA (Hons) Dance Education and Teaching Share your passion for dance with others through teaching and performance Course in Islamabad || Registration Open

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Overview

This course will prepare you to share your passion for dance with others and teach in a variety of settings including mainstream schools, youth dance companies, community classes or by working with older adults.

This BA (Hons) Dance Education and Teaching degree offers regular opportunities to perform alongside teaching work placements and specific education modules to inform your teaching career. You will have the opportunity complete an industrial placement year and graduate with industry experience.

This course will develop your understanding of the core principles of dance technique and choreography while enhancing your creative skills and developing your knowledge, skills and understanding of teaching. You will gain an understanding of dance history and consider the social and political factors that impact the arts.

You will study a variety of teaching settings and learn how to plan, deliver and facilitate student-led and community or school-based projects.

You will perform throughout your studies including at regular end of semester shows and have the option to take part in an international exchange programme during your second year. You will be able to work with professional choreographers and dancers and use University facilities including The Showroom and The Studio Theatre spaces.

You will need to complete further study to qualify as a Dance Teacher in a school. We guarantee you an interview for the PGCE Dance programme once you graduate from this course as long as you hold English and Maths GCSEs at grade C/4 or higher.

On this course you will:

  • Complete daily dance technique classes – five classes per week in a range of styles, including contemporary technique and ballet.
  • Perform regularly including at end of semester shows.
  • Study teaching dance in a variety of contexts.
  • Prepare to teach dance in educational, professional and community settings.
  • Join a close dance community and work dance students from other courses.
  • Use University facilities including performance and rehearsal spaces.
  • Be able to complete work placements including an industrial placement year.

Teaching and Assessment

How you will learn

You will complete theoretical and practical study in most of your modules. Your typical study week will include dance technique classes, supplemental training practices, lectures, seminars, tutorials, laboratory skills sessions, studio-based workshops and application of practice.

Outside of scheduled classes you will complete independent study including researching texts, completing individual or group tasks and working on your assignments.

The Course

What you will study

You will study a selection of core and optional modules in each year. Each module is worth a number of credits is delivered differently, depending on its content and focus of study.

This list is indicative and subject to change.

Select a year

Dance Techniques

You will complete daily technique classes to develop your performance and dance understanding. You will refine your technical skills through reflective practice. You will explore explore key elements of dance fitness.

Facilities

Rehearse and perform in practical spaces

You will perform in an Arts Council funded Dance Theatre Space and rehearse in four superb dance studios, the large gymnasium and two sprung-floor spaces. You will also be able to take advantage of a programme of dance company performances, workshops and events supported by Arts Council funding.

Careers

Where you could go after your studies

This BA (Hons) Dance Education and Teaching degree prepares you to pursue a career teaching dance in a range of settings.

You could become a:

  • Teacher in primary, secondary, further and higher education (with postgraduate study)
  • Worker in a youth dance company (leading and teaching)
  • Community dance artist
  • Dance movement psychotherapist (with postgraduate study)
  • Postgraduate study and research student

You will need to complete further study to qualify as a Dance Teacher in a school. We guarantee you an interview for the PGCE Dance programme once you graduate from this course, as long as you hold English and Maths GCSEs at grade C/4 or higher.

Further Study

You could choose to continue your studies at postgraduate level.

Study options at the University of Chichester include:

  • PGCE
  • MA Performance: Dance
  • MA Dance Research
  • MA Choreography and Professional Practice
  • MA Dance, Somatics and Dance Science
  • MA Choreography (Independent Research)
  • MA Dance: Advanced Practice

University of Chichester alumni receive a discount on postgraduate fees.

Auditions and Interviews

Your audition

Auditions and interviews usually run from December until March. As well as your interview and practical audition, you will submit a short written task before your interview.

We aim to offer you a genuine dialogue during your application process. This gives you a sense of worth and achievement from the audition process itself; a sense of ownership for you during the process and, ultimately, is an opportunity for us to get a clear understanding of who you are, what you need, and how we can best prepare you for your degree.

We judge you on your skills, your potential, and your personality, not your background.

There is a £25 fee for the audition which can be paid via our online store.

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