Once you have applied online to study at UCT (UCT Admissions Page), students wishing to study BA Theatre & Performance or Diploma in Theatre & Performance in Theatre in 2018 must attend follow the audition requirements detailed here.
Students who have a three-year major in Drama with final marks of 65% or more will be considered for the course. In special circumstances students without full majors or with lower marks may be admitted, depending upon their previous drama experience and /or their reasons for wanting to pursue Drama at a post-graduate level. More Information
Entry to the MA programme is usually for candidates who hold four year or honours degrees in drama and preferably some experience in the theatre industry. At the discretion of the head of department, students with a BA degree in cognate areas, or a three year BA with a major in Drama and sufficient work experience may be admitted to the programme. More Information
The acceptance of dissertation proposals is dependent on the availability of a suitable supervisor. Areas of specialised research in the department include:
Directing for the Theatre
Theatre and Media studies
Educational and Applied Drama
Theatre Voice Practice
The department welcomes all enquiries as the possibility of joint supervision with other departments allows for a much broader range of theoretical enquiries than the areas of specialisation suggested above.