How to apply to ICTheatre
So you’ve read all about life at ICTheatre and now want to take your love of contemporary theatre to the next level? We don’t blame you!
Choose your course level
Click your chosen qualification to find out all about applying to study:
Step 1: Apply
If you are UK-based, you will need to submit an application through UCAS, you will also need to register on UCAS before you can submit any choices. You will find helpful guides on the UCAS website, which we encourage you to use if you are experiencing any difficulties.
All of our course application codes can be found on the UCAS website under BIMM University or on our relevant course pages.
Once your application has been received a member of the admissions team will be in touch with the next steps which will include confirming an audition day on campus.
Step 2: Personal Statement
Part of your UCAS application is writing a personal statement. This gives us an insight into your ambitions, skills and previous experience, as well as giving you a chance to show your passion for your preferred course. For information on how to write a personal statement, check out our essential documents.
Step 3: Audition Day
Please book an audition via the website on the Open Days and Events page. Our auditions are held between November and March. We are looking for people who inspire us with their individuality, commitment, work ethic and, most importantly, their talent and potential. It does help to have some prior knowledge of the subjects you will undertake on the day, but this is not essential.
Our staff and students create a friendly and welcoming environment that will help to ease your nerves and make the process as enjoyable as possible.
Our auditions are held on campus and conducted by our Senior Management Team and lecturers. If you require a different date, please email email@example.com as they may be more dates available that have not been released. For those who are unable to attend in person, we offer the facility to audition via video submission.
On the day
If you are auditioning for our BA (Hons) Performing Arts, you will be required to specify which of our 2 pathways you are auditioning for:
- Contemporary Musical Theatre
- Acting for the 21st Century
For MT you will be required to take a dance class on the day, a workshop and present 2 songs and a monologue. You will have the opportunity to express your individuality via improvisation within the jazz class and acting session.
For Acting you will be required to participate in group workshops in improvisation, voice and acting and be ready to present your prepared pieces which should be 2 contrasting monologues.
On completion of the practical elements, you may be required to have an interview.
Before applying to ICTheatre, we recommend that you join us for one of our open days so that you get to experience what it might be like to train with us for the next three years. We feel this is an extremely important part of your research.
Step 4: Offer
If your audition is successful, you’ll either be made a ‘conditional’ or ‘unconditional’ offer. A ‘Conditional’ offer means that your place is pending until we receive any further information required, such as exam results and certificates. An ‘Unconditional’ offer means that you have met the entry criteria for the course.
Step 5: Confirm Your Place
Confirmation of your place will be made through ‘Track’ on the UCAS website. It is then up to you to confirm your place. Once you have accepted the offer, the ICTheatre Admissions Team will be in touch with further guidance and information where applicable.
Step 1: Apply
The first step to apply for our Trinity Professional Performing Arts Diploma in Musical Theatre/Dance will be to create an applicant account.
Step 2: Audition Day
Please book an auditions date via the Events and Open Days page on the website. You will be required to participate in a ballet class, jazz class, perform a solo (own choice of dance genre or song, no longer than 2 minutes), and you will have an interview.
A presentation will be given to parents/guardians and students about the courses on offer at NBS. During this there will be a Q&A session, plus you will have the opportunity to meet the Deputy Principal and Heads of Department. A tour of the premises will also be given at this point.
Before applying to Northern Ballet School, we recommend that you join us for one of our open days so that you get to experience what it might be like to train with us for the next three years. We feel this is an extremely important part of your research.
If you require any further assistance, please contact our Enquiries Team on 01273 840 346 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.