Acting Study Abroad (JYA) Programme
Throughout the Study Abroad programme you will receive training
in movement skills, exploring physical approaches to the
development of character and methods for safe, economical use of
the body as well as basic dance techniques. In stage combat classes
you will learn skills in fencing and unarmed combat. Vocal skills
classes will teach you the essential techniques relating to speech,
singing, accents, and the effective use of the voice.
Depending on the time of your study, you will be offered a range
of projects focusing on the development of the specific skills
required for Shakespeare, comedy, music theatre, physical theatre,
film, TV, or radio.
Finally, you may be given the option to perform in one of over
15 productions staged each year, ranging from intimate contemporary
pieces to large-scale Shakespeare and Broadway musicals. Our
performances take place in the college’s own theatre spaces and in
major professional theatres.
Applications are welcomed from high-calibre candidates with the
required entrance grades.
The Royal Welsh College generally requires study abroad
students to have completed two years of a university or college
degree, and have a GPA of 3.0 or above.
Please note that the Study Abroad program is only available to
overseas students from countries outside of the EU, wishing to
study at RWCMD for either one or two semesters or a full
year as part of their full degree elsewhere.
English Language Requirements
Candidates for whom English is not their first language are
required to demonstrate a level of fluency appropriate to
Study Abroad Fees
Course Fee (12 weeks): £8,000
Accommodation: £1591 per term. This includes
two days accommodation prior to your course commencement and two
weeks after the end of term. If you wish to move in to your
accommodation earlier, there is a daily charge of £15.86 per day.
Payments are made to the College directly for your
accommodation costs, details on how you can make payments can be
Study Abroad Application Deadlines
||Term Start Date
||22 September 2014
||30th April 2014 *
||12 January 2015
||30th April 2014 *
* Applicants may be considered after the deadline if
How to Apply
For further information contact firstname.lastname@example.org