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The mission of the Dance Education Program is to provide high quality professional advancement in the theory and application of dance education for teachers, Chief Executive Officer, performing artists, and research scholars in the fields of dance and education.
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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
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.... [-]