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A Bachelor of Arts (BA) is a degree rewarded to students who complete an undergraduate program that typically lasts four years. This type of degree can be focused on the sciences, liberal arts, or a mixture of the two. 

Greece, officially the Hellenic Republic, or Hellas as called from ancient times, is a country in Southeast Europe. According to the 2011 census, Greece's population is around 11 million.

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BA (Hons) in Hispanic Studies and Drama

University of Kent, School of European Culture and Languages
Campus Full time 4 years

Hispanic Studies and Drama enables you to learn the language and culture of the Spanish-speaking world, alongside learning the practical skills and cultural insights of the dramatic arts. [+]

Best Bachelor of Arts Programs in Performing Arts in Greece 2017. BA (Hons) in Hispanic Studies and Drama Hispanic Studies and Drama enables you to learn the language and culture of the Spanish-speaking world, alongside learning the practical skills and cultural insights of the dramatic arts. Outside Spain, Spanish is the official language of all countries in South and Central America except Brazil, and is widely spoken in many parts of North America. The programme gives you the opportunity to explore the languages and cultures of Spain and Spanish America while developing your language skills. You have the opportunity to spend a year abroad in Spain, Uruguay or in Peru and we offer advanced language modules focusing on translation and interpreting – valuable skills when looking for employment. Another peninsula language, be it Catalan or Portuguese, is optional for joint honours students. Our facilities include multimedia laboratories, which offer a variety of interactive language learning programmes and dictionaries, and access to a wide range of TV satellite channels and audio, video and computer-assisted language learning facilities. University of Kent Drama students are taught by leading performance practitioners and lecturers from all around the world. Our range of industry-standard facilities include studios, performance spaces and workshops. There is a diverse array of modules to choose from that incorporate a distinctive balance of practical and theoretical elements, allowing you to develop the skills and vision needed for employment in the creative industries and beyond. Consequently, our Drama and Theatre courses are among the most popular in the country with strong National Student Survey results every year. Hispanic Studies and Drama is therefore an ideal combination for those wanting to gain a broad cultural insight and practical skills with an international focus. [-]

BA (Hons) in German and Drama

University of Kent, School of European Culture and Languages
Campus Full time 4 years

German and Drama is an ideal combination for those wanting to gain a broad cultural insight and practical skills with an international focus. [+]

BA (Hons) in German and Drama German and Drama enables you to learn the language and culture of Germany and German-speaking countries, alongside learning the practical skills and cultural insights of the dramatic arts. You gain a deeper understanding of German dramatists, such as Goethe and Brecht, and will also have the opportunity to combine the two subjects in your final-year dissertation. German is one of Europe's most important languages for business and culture. Worldwide, it is the second-most widely used language on the internet (W3Techs 2014). It is also frequently used as a second language in Eastern Europe, serving as a means of communication across international boundaries. Fluency in the German language, combined with knowledge of political and cultural developments in the German-speaking world, opens up career opportunities in many areas of Europe. Along with our other European language departments, German has native-speaker language assistants and state-of-the art computing and audio-visual facilities. Many classes are taught in German, and you have the opportunity to spend a year studying, teaching English or working in a German-speaking country. University of Kent Drama students are taught by leading performance practitioners and lecturers from all around the world. Our range of industry-standard facilities include studios, performance spaces and workshops. There is a diverse array of modules to choose from that incorporate a distinctive balance of practical and theoretical elements, allowing you to develop the skills and vision needed for employment in the creative industries and beyond. Consequently, our Drama and Theatre courses are among the most popular in the country with strong National Student Survey results every year. German and Drama is therefore an ideal combination for those wanting to gain a broad cultural insight and practical skills with an international focus. [-]

BA (Hons) in French and Drama

University of Kent, School of European Culture and Languages
Campus Full time 4 years

French and Drama enables you to learn the language and culture of France, alongside learning the practical skills and cultural insights of the dramatic arts. [+]

Best Bachelor of Arts Programs in Performing Arts in Greece 2017. BA (Hons) in French and Drama French and Drama enables you to learn the language and culture of France, alongside learning the practical skills and cultural insights of the dramatic arts. You gain a deeper understanding of French drama and theatre and will also have the opportunity to combine the two subjects in your final-year dissertation. French is one of the most beautiful romance languages. Outside of France it is spoken as far afield as Canada, the Seychelles, Madagascar and Mali. It is one of the official languages of the United Nations, and an important language in the EU. Studying at our Canterbury campus gives you a good opportunity to immerse yourself in the language. There are many French-speaking students on campus, and our proximity to airports, the Channel ports and the Eurostar terminals at Ashford and Ebbsfleet make it quick and easy to get to Paris, Brussels and Lille. University of Kent Drama students are taught by leading performance practitioners and lecturers from all around the world. Our range of industry-standard facilities include studios, performance spaces and workshops. There is a diverse array of modules to choose from that incorporate a distinctive balance of practical and theoretical elements, allowing you to develop the skills and vision needed for employment in the creative industries and beyond. Consequently, our Drama and Theatre courses are among the most popular in the country with strong National Student Survey results every year. We offer the opportunity for you to spend a year studying or working abroad in a French speaking country, where you can experience the language and business world of France, Switzerland, or Canada first hand, make useful contacts and practise your language skills. French and Drama is therefore an ideal combination for those wanting to gain a broad cultural insight and practical skills with an international focus. [-]

BA in Dance

University of Nicosia
Online & Campus Combined Full time Part time 4 years September 2017 Greece Athens + 1 more

To provide intellectually and creatively challenging courses which fulfill the personal development of students and are founded on scholarship, artistry and research. [+]

Duration (years): 4 Qualification Awarded: Dance (BA, 4 years) Level of Qualification: 1st Cycle (Bachelor’s Degree) Language of Instruction: English Mode of Study: Full-time or part-time; some General Education courses are offered on e-learning basis. Minimum Credits: 120 Minimum ECTS Credits: 240 Profile of the Programme: Aims The main educational aims of the programme are the following: I. To provide intellectually and creatively challenging courses which fulfill the personal development of students and are founded on scholarship, artistry and research. II. To enhance participation, guidance, support learning and teaching policies which fulfill the needs of a diverse student community at high standards of achievement. III. To develop in students a blend of knowledge, experience, transferable skills and capabilities through a curriculum and intellectual/artistic environment that strengthens their employability and provides the foundation for further study. 2. Objectives The main educational objectives of the programme are the following: I. To provide students with a high level practical, theoretical and artistic education in the field of dance. II. To provide a conceptual framework of dance as reception, applied (kinaesthetic), and creative process which will enable students to appraise and appreciate the wide operative range of the field. III. To equip students with the knowledge, the technical skills and artistic competencies (kinaesthetic/physical, spatial, creative, perceptual), which would enable them to enter the market as versatile professionals. IV. To provide students with the knowledge and skills with which to conduct in-depth inquiries and research in fields of dance, relating dance to social, cultural and political events, past and current. V. To prepare students for a realistic career prospect in dance performance (contemporary dance based), dance composition/choreography, dance theory and research, dance history (including a cultural approach to dance), movement analysis, dance education, and ensemble directing. VI. To prepare students for postgraduate study in various areas of dance. Career Prospects: The art of dance is unique in that its primary medium is the body itself. In conjunction with the creative and analytical mind, movement can be an active, transformative prism for any aspect of life. This characteristic has, since antiquity, rendered dance an immediate and basic way for people to communicate, celebrate, express emotions, reach the divine, experience freedom and catharsis, or simply partake of the joy of movement. For many of these reasons dance remains a prominent part of modern, and, in turn, Cypriot society. Yet, like all the arts, dance is characterized by the changes, trends and challenges that reflect modernity. Residing in a number of social contexts and bearing specific functions within each from contemporary and abstract art to commercial advertising to popular culture to traditional practices to entertainment dance offers a broad realm of creative and professional opportunities. Not-for-profit dance organizations, dance troupes, contemporary dance, ballet and traditional dance festivals, and dance education programmes are on the rise in Cyprus and in Europe, receiving both public and private funding. On the other hand, more mainstream and commercial dance (in conjunction with pop music, video and social/club dancing) is a fast-growing area of business both nationally and internationally. Professionally, the contemporary conditions regarding dance mentioned above are an advantage. Due to the current diverse nature of the field of dance, its stark popularity and its rapidly evolving character locally, regionally, and internationally, there is a need for competent graduates trained for technical proficiency, innovation and versatility. Career opportunities for such graduates include performing, teaching, choreographing, arts management, arts/dance education programme and policy writing, dance writing and criticism and academia. More specifically, employment can be found in sectors such as primary and secondary education, tertiary education, private arts, public arts administration, and non-profit organizations. Finally, the unexplored areas in the field, waiting to be discovered and developed, undoubtedly provide exciting, promising prospects for the young dance performer, artist and educator. Access to Further Studies: Graduates of the programme can be accepted into Second Cycle degrees (Master’s Degree). Graduation Requirements The student must complete 240 ECTS and all programme requirements. A minimum cumulative grade point average (CPA) of 2.0 is required. Thus, although a ‘D-‘ is a PASS grade, in order to achieve a CPA of 2.0 an average grade of ‘C’ is required. In addition, all students must complete a Senior Research Project in their fourth year of study as part of the required course DAN-493/Senior Seminar, either written or written with a practical component. All students must perform in the Annual BODYPRINTS Dance Concert at least once, as a mandatory component of the required course DAN-311/Dance Company I, and Performance Concentration students must perform a second time, as a mandatory component of the required concentration course DAN-412/Dance Company II. Learning Outcomes On completion of the programme the student will be able to: I. Perform and interpret contemporary dance on a professional level, demonstrating a high level of technical proficiency, a broad range of movement qualities and dynamics and strong personal expression. II. Perform classical ballet with adequate proficiency, embodying the aesthetics and qualities of major styles within the technique (i.e. romantic, neoclassical, contemporary). III. Perform at least one cultural dance form with competence. IV. Demonstrate professional kineasthetic/spatial skills in all techniques. V. Demonstrate professional partnering technique. VI. Perform and interpret dance before a public audience. VII. Practice, interpret and successfully perform dance in various and diverse professional ensemble/dance company situations. VIII. Choreograph, teach and direct dance works. IX. Improvise dance as a creative tool and as a performance genre (contemporary dance based). X. Formulate and practice a personalized, unsupervised practice routine that incorporates dance technique and body conditioning practices. XI. Interpret and analyze dance in a variety of styles and performance media, besides his/her specialized performance media. XII. Demonstrate a historical, aesthetic and socio-cultural understanding of dance. XIII. Classify, differentiate, interpret, analyze, and criticize a broad and diverse dance repertory representing a variety of styles. XIV. Teach contemporary based and creative dance to children and adults of all ages from a beginning to a high intermediate level. XV. Create and administer unit-based dance lessons and curricula, implementing the appropriate methods and theories in dance pedagogy. XVI. Engage in dance research, using appropriate tools and methods and drawing upon a variety of source material. [-]

BA (Hons) in Religious Studies and Drama

University of Kent, School of European Culture and Languages
Campus Full time 3 years

A Religious Studies and Drama joint honours degree offers you the opportunity to combine two complementary humanities subjects, as both drama and religion are mainstays of human cultural practice. [+]

Best Bachelor of Arts Programs in Performing Arts in Greece 2017. BA (Hons) in Religious Studies and Drama A Religious Studies and Drama joint honours degree offers you the opportunity to combine two complementary humanities subjects, as both drama and religion are mainstays of human cultural practice. Studying Drama enables you to study a range of practical and theoretical modules, ranging from Greek theatre to stand-up comedy. University of Kent Drama students are taught by leading performance practitioners and lecturers from all around the world. Our range of industry-standard facilities includes studios, performance spaces and workshops. There is a diverse array of modules to choose from that incorporate a distinctive balance of practical and theoretical elements, allowing you to develop the skills and vision needed for employment in the creative industries and beyond. Religious Studies at Kent allows you to study religion and modern culture in dynamic and original ways. You study in a vibrant department, which offers a range of modules, from biblical to Asian traditions, including Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam and Christianity, as well as cutting-edge methodology modules taught by scholars who are at the top of their field. These modules cover psychological, sociological, anthropological and philosophical methods. The two subjects in combination enables you to see how the two subjects relate to all areas of society, how the themes of religion add pathos to drama, and how dramatic productions represent religion. Both subjects areas cross discipline boundaries, consider all time periods and influences from different countries, combining to give you insights into the modern world. [-]

BA (Hons) in Philosophy and Drama

University of Kent, School of European Culture and Languages
Campus Full time 3 years

Studying Philosophy and Drama enables you to engage with the world’s major philosophies and thinkers alongside learning the practical skills and cultural insights of the dramatic arts. [+]

BA (Hons) in Philosophy and Drama Studying Philosophy and Drama enables you to engage with the world’s major philosophies and thinkers alongside learning the practical skills and cultural insights of the dramatic arts. What is philosophy? Why is it important? Is it relevant? As a student of Philosophy at Kent, you do not so much learn about philosophy as learn to do it yourself. This includes not only studying major philosophies and philosophers, but also contributing your own ideas to an ongoing dialogue. You develop the ability to connect the most abstract ideas to the most concrete things in our experience. There is active research culture in the Department of Philosophy at Kent, with internationally recognised experts whose interests range from philosophers such as Hegel, Kant and Wittgenstein to topics such as the philosophy of the mind, ethics, aesthetics, logic, political philosophy, metaphysics and artificial intelligence. University of Kent Drama students are taught by leading performance practitioners and lecturers from all around the world. Our range of industry-standard facilities include studios, performance spaces and workshops. There is a diverse array of modules to choose from that incorporate a distinctive balance of practical and theoretical elements, allowing you to develop the skills and vision needed for employment in the creative industries and beyond. Consequently, our Drama and Theatre courses are among the most popular in the country with strong National Student Survey results every year. This degree programme is an ideal combination for anyone wanting to understand the complexities within our ideas and cultures, while gaining practical and creative skills for a future career. [-]

BA (Hons) in Drama and English Language and Linguistics

University of Kent, School of European Culture and Languages
Campus Full time 3 years

Studying Drama and English Language and Linguistics gives you a powerful insight into, and skills in, the mechanics of performance and communication. [+]

Best Bachelor of Arts Programs in Performing Arts in Greece 2017. BA (Hons) in Drama and English Language and Linguistics Studying Drama and English Language and Linguistics gives you a powerful insight into, and skills in, the mechanics of performance and communication. University of Kent Drama students are taught by leading performance practitioners and lecturers from all around the world. Our range of industry-standard facilities include studios, performance spaces and workshops. There is a diverse array of modules to choose from that incorporate a distinctive balance of practical and theoretical elements, allowing you to develop the skills and vision needed for employment in the creative industries and beyond. Consequently, our Drama and Theatre courses are among the most popular in the country with strong National Student Survey results every year. English Language and Linguistics is an ideal complement to subjects where an understanding of how language works is important. Language powers drama and plays a central role in everything we as human beings do. This programme explores the many facets of language, allowing you to tailor your studies to suit your individual interests and possible career paths. While the focus will be on English, you will also explore the meaning of language more generally, and discover what language systems have in common. [-]

BA (Hons) in Comparative Literature and Film

University of Kent, School of European Culture and Languages
Campus Full time Part time 3 - 6 years

In Comparative Literature, you have the opportunity to study texts ranging from Classical Antiquity to the present day in English translation, including works by such famous authors as Homer, Ovid, Dante, Goethe, Dostoevsky, Balzac, Flaubert, Proust and Kafka, as well as British classics such as Shakespeare, Dickens, Joyce and Woolf. [+]

BA (Hons) in Comparative Literature and Film In Comparative Literature, you have the opportunity to study texts ranging from Classical Antiquity to the present day in English translation, including works by such famous authors as Homer, Ovid, Dante, Goethe, Dostoevsky, Balzac, Flaubert, Proust and Kafka, as well as British classics such as Shakespeare, Dickens, Joyce and Woolf. Studying Comparative Literature provides you with a broad international perspective on literary history, literary movements and literary genres. You compare literary themes and figures across different cultural backgrounds, and explore the impact of other art forms on literary works and vice versa. For example, you also study literary adaptations of films. Film at Kent engages with cinema's rich scope and history, from silent classics and mainstream Hollywood to world cinema and the avant-garde. We have a thriving film culture, with 10-20 films screened on our courses each week, the Gulbenkian Cinema (the regional arts cinema) based on campus and a lively student film society. In 2014, the University opened a new 62-seat cinema named after the pioneering female film director Ida Lupino, which students can enjoy as part of their experience during their studies. The Lupino has state-of-the-art digital projection and sound, and has been created to provide an intimate atmosphere for film viewing. This degree programme enables you to develop a multidisciplinary appreciation of the arts, covering theory, history and practice that crosses disciplines and cultures. [-]

BA (Hons) in Classical and Archaeological Studies and Drama

University of Kent, School of European Culture and Languages
Campus Full time Part time 3 - 6 years

Classical & Archaeological Studies is very interdisciplinary in nature making it an ideal joint honours subject. The heritage of the Classical world is very important in Drama, with modern theatre still influenced by the ancient dramatists, and placing the study of Classical texts and material evidence within these wider perspectives can be very rewarding. [+]

Best Bachelor of Arts Programs in Performing Arts in Greece 2017. BA (Hons) in Classical and Archaeological Studies and Drama Classical & Archaeological Studies is very interdisciplinary in nature making it an ideal joint honours subject. The heritage of the Classical world is very important in Drama, with modern theatre still influenced by the ancient dramatists, and placing the study of Classical texts and material evidence within these wider perspectives can be very rewarding. The great strength of Classical & Archaeological Studies is the varied range of subjects it includes – literature, mythology, drama, archaeology, art and architecture, history, languages and philosophy – and the way they all connect in the study of ancient civilisations, including those of Egypt, Greece, Rome and their neighbours. At Kent, you also have the opportunity to learn Latin or Ancient Greek, which are taught at beginners, intermediate and advanced levels. University of Kent Drama students are taught by leading performance practitioners and lecturers from all around the world. Our range of industry-standard facilities include studios, performance spaces and workshops. There is a diverse array of modules to choose from that incorporate a distinctive balance of practical and theoretical elements, allowing you to develop the skills and vision needed for employment in the creative industries and beyond. Consequently, our Drama and Theatre courses are among the most popular in the country with strong National Student Survey results every year. [-]

BA (Hons) in Italian and Drama

University of Kent, School of European Culture and Languages
Campus Full time 4 years

Italian and Drama enables you to learn the language and culture of Italy, alongside learning the practical skills and cultural insights of the dramatic arts. [+]

BA (Hons) in Italian and Drama Italian and Drama enables you to learn the language and culture of Italy, alongside learning the practical skills and cultural insights of the dramatic arts. You gain a deeper understanding of Italian drama and theatre and will also have the opportunity to combine the two subjects in your final-year dissertation. Italy is a cornerstone in culture, art and history across Europe, you cannot help but be inspired to learn the language. By learning Italian, you give yourself a tool to explore this cultural richness and to open your eyes to its Roman heritage, the Renaissance, modern architecture, fashion and cinema. It is spoken not only in its home country, but also by over 15 million people in Switzerland, North America and Australia. The majority of the Italian teaching staff are native speakers and there are usually a number of exchange students within the department, so you have the opportunity to immerse yourself in the language. This is supplemented by excellent technical facilities, including three satellite TV channels, videos, DVDs and computer-assisted language learning. University of Kent Drama students are taught by leading performance practitioners and lecturers from all around the world. Our range of industry-standard facilities include studios, performance spaces and workshops. There is a diverse array of modules to choose from that incorporate a distinctive balance of practical and theoretical elements, allowing you to develop the skills and vision needed for employment in the creative industries and beyond. Consequently, our Drama and Theatre courses are among the most popular in the country with strong National Student Survey results every year. During your Year Abroad, you have the opportunity to study or work in Italy. This is a fantastic way to improve your language skills and gain an in-depth understanding of Italian culture. Italian and Drama is therefore an ideal combination for those wanting to gain a broad cultural insight and practical skills with an international focus. [-]

BA (Hons) in Comparative Literature and Drama

University of Kent, School of European Culture and Languages
Campus Full time Part time 3 - 6 years

The study of Comparative Literature complements the study of Drama, as the analytical and comparative skills you learn are suited to both programmes, and results in a strong understanding of broad range of texts, written or performed. [+]

Best Bachelor of Arts Programs in Performing Arts in Greece 2017. BA (Hons) in Comparative Literature and Drama The study of Comparative Literature complements the study of Drama, as the analytical and comparative skills you learn are suited to both programmes, and results in a strong understanding of broad range of texts, written or performed. Your literary appreciation will aid the practical drama elements, as you will have a clear understanding of the cultural and historical background of the playwright. In Comparative Literature, you have the opportunity to study texts ranging from Classical Antiquity to the present day in English translation, including works by such famous authors as Homer, Ovid, Dante, Goethe, Dostoevsky, Balzac, Flaubert, Proust and Kafka, as well as British classics such as Shakespeare, Dickens, Joyce and Woolf. Studying on a joint honours Comparative Literature and Drama degree, you gain expertise in drama and theatre, and a broad, international perspective on literary history, literary movements and literary genres. It also allows you to compare themes and figures across various different cultural backgrounds, as well as to compare the works of English and American authors to European ones. We also offer programmes with an opportunity to spend a year studying abroad in either America or Europe, where you can experience different cultures as well as different approaches to the study of literature and drama first hand. [-]

BA (Hons) in Music and Music Performance

The American College of Greece
Campus Full time September 2017 Greece Athens

Established in 1989, the Music program is focused on the academic study of music integrated with a creative approach to contemporary performance practices. Music students benefit from outstanding academic resources, music facilities and performance spaces as well as small class sizes and personalized attention from a highly qualified faculty who are dedicated to the educational mission of the program. [+]

BA (Hons) in Music and Music Performance Established in 1989, the Music program is focused on the academic study of music integrated with a creative approach to contemporary performance practices. Music students benefit from outstanding academic resources, music facilities and performance spaces as well as small class sizes and personalized attention from a highly qualified faculty who are dedicated to the educational mission of the program. Both program pathways, Music and Music Performance, focus on the development of students’ knowledge and critical understanding of music. Emphasis is given to European music and the study of its repertoires, performance practices, scholarly literature and historical contexts. Students also engage with the creative possibilities offered by new music technologies and develop essential musicianship skills. In addition to subject specific skills, the academic study of music also develops a variety of intellectual and generic skills, all of which are relevant to career paths in music as well as a variety of other fields. The program’s broad foundation in the study of music combined with the general education requirements and interdisciplinary options prepare students for postgraduate studies in a range of music disciplines. What You Will Study The Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Music Music students pursue the academic study of music with emphasis on learning how to research, evaluate and discuss music. They also develop practical skills in music theory and music technology. Emphasis is given to the development of essential skills, critical thinking and the ability to communicate arguments. Performance on a primary instrument is not required though students may take select performance courses as options. Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Music Performance Music Performance majors pursue the academic study of music, learning how to research, evaluate and discuss music, with an emphasis on the development of music performance skills. Music Performance students have previous instrumental or vocal training, and are accepted to the program by audition. (Contact the Music Department Head for information about auditions). Performance students develop valuable performance skills at the Music Forum Performance Lab where they gather each week to perform their lesson repertoire and discuss a range of performance issues. Career/Graduate Study Opportunities In addition to various practical subject specific skills, the academic study of music also develops a variety of intellectual and generic skills, all of which are relevant to career paths in music as well as a variety of other fields. Deree students have the opportunity to pursue and to combine interests from a number of different academic disciplines. They can select modules to support graduate specializations in areas such as music therapy, music journalism, music management, music technology, music criticism, ethnomusicology, film music, musical theatre, music aesthetics, as well as other areas of specialization to prepare for a wide range of career options. As career options in music today include a variety of professional fields which are constantly developing, the solid and diverse academic background offered by Deree is a distinct advantage. Below is a list of some career paths open to graduates of B.A. (Hons) Music programs: most career paths require further specialization at the graduate level: Music education Music Scores Publisher, Editor (music publishing houses) Musicologist, Ethnomusicologist Music Librarian Music Therapist Music/Arts Administrator (promotional agencies, music industry) Community Arts Coordinator/Developer (municipalities, local councils) Music Editor for Film Music/Recording Industry Music Technology, Electronic Music Synthesis TV/Radio Industry (program director, speaker, advisor, researcher, archivist, administrator) Music Critic, Writer, Editor (press, magazines, journals, books) Music careers in composition, conducting and performance require intensive vocational training and musical and technical competence [-]