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Bachelor of Arts: Communication, Media and Film

University of Windsor
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Canada Windsor

Media are all around us. We are now, more than ever, individually and collectively immersed in mediated environments, forever connected to social networks, constantly communicating via new media platforms and mobile devices, and consuming the products of media culture in ways that were once unimaginable. [+]

Bachelors in Arts in Ontario in Canada. Media are all around us. We are now, more than ever, individually and collectively immersed in mediated environments, forever connected to social networks, constantly communicating via new media platforms and mobile devices, and consuming the products of media culture in ways that were once unimaginable. The content we receive and create through these various media influence how we think, what we think about, how we conduct our everyday lives and how we experience the world. Students in Communication, Media and Film are at the centre of exploring the most dynamic changes in our increasingly complex media landscape as well as the broader cultural, social, economic and political implications of contemporary and emergent technologies. A Rigorous, Enriching Program Communication, Media and Film at the University of Windsor offers an innovative curriculum—blending theory and practice—so that you acquire the skills necessary to interpret and critically engage our media-saturated world. We offer a four-year Honours BA in Communication, Media and Film and a three-year General BA in Communication, Media and Film. Additionally, we offer combined honours programs in Communication, Media and Film and Dramatic Art; Communication, Media and Film and Visual Arts; Digital Journalism and Communication, Media and Film; and other combined honours programs, where Communication, Media and Film can be paired with other subjects including English, political science, sociology, history, and many others. You can customize your post-secondary education by focusing on one or more of our "Paths of Study" such as: new/social media and digital culture; digital media production; advertising, public relations and social/new media message design; popular culture and media literacy; film studies and cinema history, communication theory, policy and research methods. Or, you can take a variety of courses from any of these areas, depending on your interests and professional goals. Our program will give you a comprehensive understanding of the converged media environment and enable you to develop the conceptual and creative proficiencies necessary to pursue a broad range of careers in media-related fields. Those interested in media production are able to expand their artistic imaginations and gain industry standard training to make their own media, to find their own voice, and to tell their own stories across a variety of digital formats. Excellent Student Resources We offer exceptional production facilities, a complete range of advanced, industry-standard digital video and sound equipment for both field and studio production and state- of-the-art post-production labs. Our teaching and studio facilities are complemented by opportunities on campus and off-campus media outlets including CJAM Radio, The Lance student newspaper, Cogeco Cable, CBC-Windsor and local production houses. You may also take internship courses through arranged placements at a wide variety of business, community, advertising, public relations, non-profit and media organisations. Career Tracks Advertising, public relations and message design Media production and post-production across various platforms (television; film; digital, interactive, social and mobile media) Marketing and strategic communications Research and analysis for media, private sector, governmental, non-governmental and community organizations Writing and content creation for traditional (e.g. print, broadcast) media and new/social media platforms Public opinion and audience research Public advocacy and community/alternative media Education (with additional studies) Admission Requirements Ontario Secondary School graduates require six Grade 12 U or M courses, including Grade 12U English. Choose UWindsor The University of Windsor offers 190 high-quality programs in an international setting. Equally important, you can experience a broad range of opportunities outside the classroom. You can explore exchange opportunities with dozens of universities around the world. Enhance your work experience through co-op programs, internships and paid, research assistantships. Student-led organizations play a vital role on campus and in the broader community. The diversity of our students—where they are from, what they believe and how they think—will expand your mind. [-]

Bachelor of Creative Arts and Design (Graphic Design)

Charles Sturt University
Campus or Online Full time Part time 3 - 6 years

The Bachelor of Creative Arts and Design (Graphic Design) prepares you to work as an independent artist and designer or industry-employed practitioner. [+]

Tailor your degree with CSU’s Bachelor of Creative Arts and Design (Graphic Design). Developed and delivered in response to the demands of industry and the aspirations of highly motivated students, this degree prepares you to work as a graphic designer in advertising, publishing and other creative industries. It focuses on building creative, theoretical and technical skills with a focus on aesthetic and professional understanding. Diversity underpins the structure of the Bachelor of Creative Arts and Design (Graphic Design), with a cross-section of specific subjects covering all aspects of design, advertising and new media – including web and video applications. Available for full-time, part-time or online study, CSU’s course is delivered with flexibility in mind, allowing you to study while at the same time meeting your work and lifestyle commitments. Why study this course? The Bachelor of Creative Arts and Design (Graphic Design) aims to develop graduates who combine discipline-specific knowledge and skills with an understanding of the cultural, conceptual and technological perspectives that are transforming the creative industries. They will have the attributes required for reflective professional practice and a commitment to ongoing professional learning and development. The teaching principle we adopt is simple: actively promote all our students to think first, and worry about the technology second. Students complete a suite of core subjects which provide foundational and contextual knowledge and skills. One-third of the degree is made up of specialist graphic design subjects. A minor or elective sequence adds breadth, enabling you to select subjects from another discipline area. Minor studies can be chosen from areas such as: acting advertising art history animation and visual effects design for theatre and television image making and illustration sound or television production. You will receive hands-on experience through extensive workplace learning in second and third years. In your third year, you will be required to work collaboratively with small clients and/or non-profit organisations, researching, designing and developing a variety of promotional strategies and awareness campaigns for your client. The program finishes with a professional capstone subject which prepares students to embark on a career in their chosen area. Our graduates have a well-developed aesthetic sense, strong visual problem-solving skills and the communication and technical skills needed to produce innovative and exciting work for a range of applications. Latest facilities The graphic design facilities at CSU in Wagga Wagga include a modern purpose-built design studio with its own Mac lab and printing equipment. The School of Communication and Creative Industries also has well-equipped photography, television and design studios that Graphic Design students may access. Experience our campus If you would like to see more of the great facilities and meet some of the academic staff in Communication and Creative Industries at CSU, you can book a course consultation. Career opportunities The Bachelor of Creative Arts and Design (Graphic Design) prepares you to work as an independent artist and designer or industry-employed practitioner. The merging of disciplines as diverse as design, animation, digital publishing, illustration, multimedia, packaging, web design and advertising has ensured that graduates will have many career opportunities and options, including: design studios advertising agencies digital publishing and interactive design magazine and print production freelance work. Professional recognition The Bachelor of Creative Arts and Design (Graphic Design) is a nationally accredited and registered award in tertiary education. Graduates are eligible to apply for Associate Status with the Design Institute of Australia (DIA) and the Australian Graphic Design Association (AGDA). Workplace learning On campus students receive hands-on experience through an extensive workplace learning in second and third year. In third year students are also required to work collaboratively with small clients and/or non-profit organisations researching, designing and developing a variety of promotional strategies and awareness campaigns for their client. Admission information Indicative ATAR 65.00 There are no specific admission requirements for this course. [-]

Bachelor of Commerce - Fashion Management

Humber College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Canada Toronto

This degree has been designed for students interested in the business side of fashion. It features a distinctive array of fashion management courses and a program focus in areas such as wholesale management, retail operations, or import/export management. [+]

Bachelors in Arts in Ontario in Canada. Fashion Management At Its Very Best This degree has been designed for students interested in the business side of fashion. It features a distinctive array of fashion management courses and a program focus in areas such as wholesale management, retail operations, or import/export management. Our Program Humber’s four-year Bachelor of Commerce – Fashion Management program is designed for students interested in the business side of fashion and offers management courses tailored specifically to the fashion industry. The first two years of the Fashion Management program concentrate on developing general business management skills in marketing, accounting, economics and law. In years three and four, you will take specialized courses in fashion management. The curriculum includes courses in twentieth-century fashion history, trend forecasting, retail and wholesale management, brand management, store planning and merchandising, global sourcing, and retail finance. You’ll gain practical skills through applied projects during which you’ll develop processes and products from the idea stage through to execution. You will also develop business plans and apply your classroom learning to fashion industry analysis, financial management and e-commerce assignments that simulate the latest challenges in the fashion industry. Several third- and fourth-year Fashion Management classes are delivered in Humber’s Fashion Institute. What You Will Learn Common Platform Years 1 and 2 This program is one of eleven Bachelor of Commerce degrees built on a common two year platform of business studies that gives students the time to decide their specialty. In years one and two, students learn the fundamentals of business, including accounting, business law, information systems, e-commerce, financial management, HR management and marketing. At the end of year two, students make their decision and spend their final two years specializing in their chosen business field. See all degrees on the common platform > Curriculum Highlights (Specialization Years 3 and 4) 20th Century Fashion History Retail Operations Management Entrepreneurship International Trade and Cross-Cultural Studies Export Management Advertising and Promotion Planning Brand Product Development Wholesale Sales Management Work Placement The Humber Bachelor of Commerce – Fashion Management program includes one full semester (14 weeks/490 hours) of paid work in the summer between your sixth and seventh semesters. This gives you the hands-on, real-world experience that employers value. Your placement will give you the opportunity to explore the field you’d like to work in when you graduate. We will work with employers and our industry partners to help you identify opportunities to pursue. The Fashion Institute Several third- and fourth-year Fashion Management classes are delivered in Humber’s Fashion Institute. The Fashion Institute is located at Lakeshore Campus and is a hub of activity for fashion students. Our Faculty are Experts Professors and industry professionals are a critical component of the Fashion Management degree. Faculty members are active in their respective fields. You will also learn from a network of industry professionals who participate as program advisors, guest judges for class competitions and guest speakers. A Career in Fashion Management A strong business foundation is at the core of this innovative program which integrates fashion concepts giving students a distinctive advantage in the marketplace. As one of the major fashion centres in Canada, Toronto is a vibrant environment in which to pursue fashion management education. In 2009, the clothing manufacturing sector alone was a $2.4 billion industry for Canada. Moreover, retail stores sold $24.7 billion worth of women’s, men’s, and children’s clothing and accessories that same year. And that’s not even counting import and distribution activities. Career opportunities: Retailer Buyer Brand Manager Distribution Coordinator Event Producer Product Developer Stylist Wholesale Buyer Potential employment: H&M La Senza Corporation PYA Importer Ltd. Quantum West Island Winners ZARA Cosmetic companies Fashion companies Future Study Options Qualified graduates of this program may be eligible to apply their academic credits toward further study at many postsecondary institutions. Admission Requirements To be eligible for admission, you must possess the following: Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent including these required courses: Grade 12 English (ENG4U or equivalent) minimum 65 per cent Grade 12 Mathematics (MDM4U, MCB4U, MGA4U, MCV4U or MHF4U or equivalent) minimum 60 per cent (Students who do not possess Grade 12U Mathematics or who have achieved a grade below 60 per cent may be considered for admission. Students will be required to complete a math equivalency course during their first semester at Humber. Additional course fees will apply.) Four Grade 12 U or M courses in addition to those listed above Overall minimum grade point average (GPA) 65 per cent or Mature student status or College or university transfer status All applicants whose first language is not English must meet Humber’s English Language Proficiency Policy. Selection: Admission selection is based on the academic criteria indicated. 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Honours Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Studies

University of Toronto
Campus Full time September 2017 Canada Toronto

Architecture is both a profession and a discipline of study, relating to a broad spectrum of career opportunities. As a profession it plays a pivotal role in the production of the built environment, bridging the technical and social, practical and theoretical. It is a cultural and artistic practice that is critically engaged with the forces of urbanization and technological change, the challenges of environmental... [+]

Honours Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Studies Architecture is both a profession and a discipline of study, relating to a broad spectrum of career opportunities. As a profession it plays a pivotal role in the production of the built environment, bridging the technical and social, practical and theoretical. It is a cultural and artistic practice that is critically engaged with the forces of urbanization and technological change, the challenges of environmental sustainability, and the struggle for cultural expression. It involves the design, production, and organization of material culture from the scale of domestic objects to the scale of the metropolitan region. As such, studies in architecture interact with numerous related disciplines in the social sciences and humanities, as well as engineering, technology, and media. These studies may lead to professional graduate programs in architecture, landscape architecture, planning and urban design, as well as careers in related design disciplines, the arts, history, business, journalism, and public policy. Honours Bachelor of Arts, Architectural Studies: Two Honours Bachelor of Arts majors in architectural studies are offered by the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design in collaboration with the Faculty of Arts and Science. The architectural studies programs provide degree options for students wishing to study architecture as part of a liberal arts education. The programs serve as an introduction to the discipline of architecture, focusing on the state of the art, current issues and emerging practices, all considered from critical, theoretical and historical perspectives. Studio courses in design and visual communications provide opportunities to learn practical, formal and analytical skills, and are augmented by advanced courses in allied design arts, such as landscape, furniture, graphic, and stage design. The Architectural Studies Major Program allows a choice between concentrations in architectural design or in history, theory, and criticism. The architectural design concentration is intended for students wishing exposure to architectural design within a broad liberal arts education while the history, theory, and criticism concentration is intended for students wishing a broad interdisciplinary education in architectural studies but not wishing to pursue design. Introductory courses begin at the first-year level and lead into a sequence of courses in architectural design and representation, history, theory and technology. Emphasis is placed on advanced theory and interdisciplinarity, since contemporary architecture is inexorably tied to knowledge and practice in urbanism, environmental studies, literature, media, cultural theory, art, science and technology, as well as philosophy, economics and political science. This program could be combined with a major in another discipline, for example fine art, urban studies or book and media studies. Graduates who have completed this program and have a BA degree may apply to graduate professional programs in architecture. Toronto (St. George) campus [-]

Bachelor of Textiles (BFA)

NSCAD University - Nova Scotia College of Art and Design
Campus Full time September 2017 Canada Halifax

NSCAD introduces you to the diverse field of textiles, which encompasses art, science, and technology. The program integrates conceptual concerns as you study the techniques and design skills [+]

Bachelor of Fine Arts - Textiles

NSCAD introduces you to the diverse field of textiles, which encompasses art, science, and technology. The program integrates conceptual concerns as you study the techniques and design skills involved in the textile traditions of weaving, dyeing, and printing. You will examine the relationship between materials, processes, and the maker, as well as the critical role that textiles have played in world cultures. With a focus on sustainable and organic materials and techniques, the program maintains handcraft values and incorporates digital methodologies.

 Fashion offers you a balanced curriculum through which to develop skills and knowledge related to imaginative design and technical proficiency, and explores the issues and meaning of fashion and body covering. The program provides intensive study of the conceptualization, production, and embellishment of cloth and other materials. The resulting knowledge and skill base will enable you to develop individual garments, wearable art, haute couture, and costuming for film, theater, and dance.... [-]


Bachelor of Photography (BFA)

NSCAD University - Nova Scotia College of Art and Design
Campus Full time September 2017 Canada Halifax

After your Foundation year, you will have the option to expose yourself to every aspect of the still image through history courses, documentary photo, digital photo, photo issues, lighting, view [+]

Bachelor of Fine Arts - Photography

After your Foundation year, you will have the option to expose yourself to every aspect of the still image through history courses, documentary photo, digital photo, photo issues, lighting, view camera and more.

You will examine the technical, historical, and theoretical issues related to contemporary photography. You will gain expertise in conventional, digital, and hybrid methods of image making and develop your own artistic practice. You will also gain a critical understanding of the aesthetic and social discourses within photography.

 Graduates of NSCAD’s Photography program are successful artists, commercial photographers, writers, and arts administrators. Many of our graduates have pursued graduate studies and have become curators, critics, art historians, and college/university professors. Photographic ServicesAs an enrolled senior photography student, you will receive 24-hour access to the darkrooms and computer facilities. There are two communal black and white darkrooms with 30 enlargers and two 20-inch processing machines, a lighting studio equipped with electronic flash and tungsten lighting systems, and copy and print finishing facilities. NSCAD also has a comprehensive selection of photo equipment including a range of digital and film cameras, light meters, tripods, and portable lighting kits. We also have a digital imaging studio equipped with Macintosh computers, scanners, a wide-format inkjet printer, and an Imacon medium format film scanner.   Once you have completed Foundation Photography (FNDN 1320) you will acquire access to the darkroom and equipment services of the photography department (including laboratory and specialized production areas for black and white, colour, and digital imaging processes) throughout your studies at NSCAD and regardless of your major. ... [-]


Bachelor of Jewellery Design and Metalsmithing (BFA)

NSCAD University - Nova Scotia College of Art and Design
Campus Full time September 2017 Canada Halifax

The fields of Jewellery Design and Metalsmithing are experiencing a renaissance of diverse creative approaches. You will explore a wide variety of concepts and philosophies as you engage in critical [+]

Bachelor of Fine Arts - Jewellery Design and Metalsmithing

The fields of Jewellery Design and Metalsmithing are experiencing a renaissance of diverse creative approaches. You will explore a wide variety of concepts and philosophies as you engage in critical discussions about content and form in order to create a new language of metal. The program offers a broadly based metals education including studies of art jewellery, holloware, product design, and metal business practice.

Design and technical projects emphasize problem-solving, conceptual development, and analytical thinking. From basic skills development, you will go on to explore advanced technical procedures and develop your individual artistic practice.... [-]


Bachelor of Fine Art (BFA)

NSCAD University - Nova Scotia College of Art and Design
Campus Full time September 2017 Canada Halifax

The principal courses in the Fine Art major allow you to explore the media and practices of drawing, painting, printmaking, and sculpture. The faculty members represent diverse backgrounds and offer a wide [+]

Bachelor of Fine Arts - Fine Art

The principal courses in the Fine Art major allow you to explore the media and practices of drawing, painting, printmaking, and sculpture. The faculty members represent diverse backgrounds and offer a wide range of skills, information, and opinion. Through mentorship, practice, and discussion, you will begin to form and articulate an awareness of the historical and conceptual roots of your work. You will develop technical and critical skills and will progress to advanced levels of independent study.

 In addition to your chosen area of study, you will have the opportunity to take other courses that explore a diverse range of visual arts concerns from an interdisciplinary approach. At the senior level, these courses also provide you with opportunities for internship placements in galleries, museums, and artist-run centres.... [-]


Bachelor of Film (BFA)

NSCAD University - Nova Scotia College of Art and Design
Campus Full time September 2017 Canada Hamilton

The Film program at NSCAD is one of the few programs in Canada where you can use actual film. You will have an opportunity to explore the practice, history, theory, and analysis of film [+]

Bachelor of Fine Arts - Film

The Film program at NSCAD is one of the few programs in Canada where you can use actual film. You will have an opportunity to explore the practice, history, theory, and analysis of film production and film art. With an emphasis on collaboration and innovation, you will be encouraged to embrace all elements of film production, from the technical craft to narrative, experimental, and documentary  approaches to your own unique creative vision. This program’s emphasis on one-on-one instruction enables you to study independent film production models that focus on the art of cinema.

 You will take courses in editing, production, cinematography, acting, and sound. Advanced Film Studios form the backbone of the  program and provide superb expertise. Art History courses will inform your studio development, and hands-on experience will prepare you professionally.... [-]


Bachelor of Ceramics (BFA)

NSCAD University - Nova Scotia College of Art and Design
Campus Full time September 2017 Canada Halifax

The Ceramics program is designed to give you an understanding of vessel, sculptural, and architectural ceramics. As you explore these elements you will examine the relationships between design [+]

Bachelor of Fine Arts - Ceramics

The Ceramics program is designed to give you an understanding of vessel, sculptural, and architectural ceramics. As you explore these elements you will examine the relationships between design, materials, colour, process, and techniques. An awareness of historical and contemporary issues in ceramics and their relationship with other discourses (such as fine art, design, and architecture) will help to develop an informed perspective on your work.

 NSCAD Ceramics graduates have established successful international studio practices that contribute to the profile of Canadian ceramics.

Our graduates are writers, critics, curators, arts administrators in galleries and museums, and designers for industry. Many go on to study in prestigious graduate programs and teach in colleges/universities across North America.... [-]


Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Design (BDES)

NSCAD University - Nova Scotia College of Art and Design
Campus Full time September 2017 Canada Halifax

As the discipline of design exerts a greater influence on our lives, designers find themselves working closely with other professionals in fields such as marketing, software development engineering, and [+]

Bachelor of Design - Interdisciplinary Design

As the discipline of design exerts a greater influence on our lives, designers find themselves working closely with other professionals in fields such as marketing, software development engineering, and education. NSCAD offers a unique approach to design education through its interdisciplinary program which equips students with the skills and knowledge to participate in all aspects of the practice of design—graphic, interactive, and product.   Design takes a distinctly collaborative, interdisciplinary, and process-oriented approach. This program covers a range of services and products that fuse human factors, technology, and aesthetics with a general emphasis on message presentation. You will gain a variety of skills including analytical and imaginative thinking, visualization techniques, drawing, typography, photography, and an understanding of production processes. By focusing on creative and conceptual skills you will learn to communicate and solve problems across a broad range of media and contexts. You will create logos, information graphics, wayfinding systems, visual identity systems, book design, magazines, websites, information systems, advertisements, tools, furniture, and solutions that don’t exist yet. Critical thinking and the expression of imagination are equally important. Graduates of NSCAD’s Major in Interdisciplinary Design have successful careers in design firms and agencies. Many advance to become art/creative directors or establish their own design companies. In  addition, design strategy is advantageous in fields such as marketing, public relations, the pure and applied sciences, health, and public policy. ... [-]


Bachelor of Applied Arts – Interior Design

Algonquin College
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Canada Ottawa

This four-year Bachelor of Applied Arts (Interior Design) degree prepares students to pursue a professional career related to the design of the built environment. [+]

Bachelor of Applied Arts – Interior Design

This four-year Bachelor of Applied Arts (Interior Design) degree prepares students to pursue a professional career related to the design of the built environment. The curriculum integrates professional and general studies with an emphasis on critical thinking and applied research, and is enriched with an additional focus on international perspectives in interior design.

The program contains a strong experiential component that includes simulated studio experiences, community-based design initiatives, and a 14-week co-op work term. In the fourth year, students have the opportunity to specialize in an area of interest specific to the profession and are required to complete an applied research paper. The integration of theory, analysis and practice prepare graduates to assume leadership roles within the profession. Graduates of the BAA (Interior Design) are able to apply strategic thinking and a research orientation to their responsibilities as professional interior designers, and can contribute to the development and evolution of the field of design.... [-]


Bachelor of Music

Kilroy Norway
Campus Full time

At the NZSM you can major in a wide range of disciplines including: Classical Performance; Jazz (Performance, or Composition and Arranging); Composition [+]

Bachelor of Music

At the NZSM you can major in a wide range of disciplines including: Classical Performance; Jazz (Performance, or Composition and Arranging); Composition (Instrumental and Vocal, or Sonic Arts); or the broadly based Bachelor of Music in Music Studies. That programme includes streams in Ethomusicology, Musicology and Jazz Studies.Students can also major in Music in a Bachelor of Arts degree.Students wanting to apply for Classical or Jazz Performance at NZSM will need to audition.

This degree option offers maximum flexibility and allows students to combine music with a greater number of non-music papers than is possible within the BMus alone. Students may take a diverse range of non-music papers in a BA, or may elect to do a double major with another subject area. Non-music subjects that complement music studies include papers in Maori Studies, Pacific Studies, Asian Studies, European languages, English literature, History, Anthropology, Theatre and Film, Art History and Media Studies.  Students may enrol either in the Victoria University of Wellington BA with a major in Music, or the Massey BA with a minor in Music, taught by distance from Palmerston North.... [-]


Bachelor of Design and Communication

Kilroy Norway
Campus Full time 3 years

In this program you combine computer-based design with studies in communications. The computer-based design component covers practical and theoretical studies [+]

Bachelor of Design and Communication

In this program you combine computer-based design with studies in communications. The computer-based design component covers practical and theoretical studies in graphic design, e-media (web and multimedia), 3D design, visual communication and information visualisation. Communication courses include public relations, journalism, creative advertising and creative writing. You also have opportunities to exhibit works in the USC Gallery.

Combine computer-based visual design with a career in communications Specialise in either graphic design, e-media design or 3D design Opportunities to exhibit in the USC Gallery ... [-]

Bachelor of Dance Studies

Kilroy Norway
Campus Full time 3 years

In the Bachelor of Dance Studies (BDanceSt), you will develop your full creative and professional potential. You will work with leading professionals on your choreographic and performance techniques, broaden your understanding of dance history and learn [+]

Bachelor of Dance Studies

Awarding Body:

University of Auckland

In the Bachelor of Dance Studies (BDanceSt), you will develop your full creative and professional potential. You will work with leading professionals on your choreographic and performance techniques, broaden your understanding of dance history and learn about dance in contemporary culture. You’ll have opportunities to perform in New Zealand and overseas, and gain the skills to pursue a sustainable career in a diverse range of dance-related fields.

The Dance Studies Programme is highly regarded in New Zealand and internationally as a centre of research in teaching and learning, choreographic practice and dance ethnography. As a BDanceSt student, you will be part of a close-knit creative community where you will make many friends, meet dance industry professionals and learn from world-renowned experts.... [-]