UAL Level 3 Applied General Diploma and Extended Diploma in Performing Arts & Production
Whether you belong on the screen, on stage in the West End or getting creative behind the scenes, studying performing arts will prepare you for any audition or curtain call. You’ll have the opportunity to take on a variety of roles, and not just the ones on stage. Try your hand at directing, writing, choreographing, set design and much more. Studying performing arts will prepare you for the reality of working in the industry, including the requirement to be versatile, passionate and determined to grow your talents.
4 GCSEs at grade C/4 or above including English Language and a Performance related subject.
London is considered to be the global theatre capital of the world, and the UK has three of the world’s top five universities for the performing arts
The music, visual arts and performing arts industry creates 695,000 jobs in England alone