Alongside the basic development of acting talents and skills, this course aims to specialise pupils in media.
The course consists of group and individual lessons, which are spread over a period of seven semesters and take place in blocks and/or as projects within the course or on an interdisciplinary basis. In these lessons, students will be taught about all of the essential practical and theoretical subjects involved in acting, with a particular focus on acting in front of the camera and on stage. The basic lessons are followed by projects that enable students to develop, build on and specialise in what they have previously learnt. The main lessons are accompanied by continued sessions providing instrumental training (voice; body) and focussing on appropriate topics. At the end of the course, students will complete complex projects in which they will put what they have learnt into practice. These projects involve film exercises, for example the graduate film, or theatre productions. The students can also participate in University projects in addition to the activities offered as part of the course, through why they can gain experience alongside students from other courses and develop their skills.
(This course will be carried out as an intensive Bachelor’s course, meaning that a total of 240 credit points will be attained over 7 semesters. A semester normally consists of 20 weeks of teaching with an average workload of approx. 45 hours per week.)
The degree Bachelor of Arts (BA) will be awarded upon successful completion of this course.