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COURSE FEES

We are very transparent with our fees and are committed to accessible learning for all, no matter your background or financial capabilities. ASA Theatre Arts attracts the standard 6th form Government finance for 600 learning hours per year, which will fund 15 hours of learning per week, per student. At ASA Theatre Arts, we offer a jam-packed 24 hour week, with no free periods within the timetable and training to ensure your success onto a university degree, drama school course, or higher education program. It is a course that gives you more! Students will receive extra, intense industry training to fully prepare their foundation technique for a career within the arts, and to ensure their success into higher education programs. For this reason, a subsidising top-up fee is charged, since the additional hours of tuition do not attract a supplement from the Government. Our funding partner is VLUK Education.

 

The BTEC units covered within the 15 hours include:

 

Musical Theatre Pathway:

Unit 1: Practitioner Study

Unit 2: Developing Skills and Techniques for Live Performance

Unit 3: Group Performance Workshop

Unit 4: Performing Arts in the Community

Unit 5: Individual Performance Commission

Unit 6: Final Live Performance To An Audience

Unit 7: Employment Opportunities in the Performing Arts

Unit 9: Tap Dance Technique

Unit 10: Jazz Dance Technique

Unit 19: Acting Styles

Unit 26: Physical Theatre Techniques

Unit 23: Singing Techniques for Performers

Unit 27: Musical Theatre Techniques

 

Dance Pathway:

Unit 1: Practitioner Study

Unit 2: Developing Skills and Techniques for Live Performance

Unit 3: Group Performance Workshop

Unit 4: Performing Arts in the Community

Unit 5: Individual Performance Commission

Unit 6: Final Live Performance To An Audience

Unit 7: Employment Opportunities in the Performing Arts

Unit 9: Tap Dance Technique

Unit 10: Jazz Dance Technique

Unit 19: Classical Ballet Technique

Unit 20: Contemporary Dance

Unit 26: Physical Theatre Techniques

Unit 23: Singing Techniques

Unit 24: Street Dance

SCHOLARSHIPS & BURSARIES

 

We are proud to offer a fantastic scholarship and bursary scheme. Students can apply for a means-tested bursary from ASA Theatre Arts upon a successful audition, for both fully-funded and part-funded 'top-up fee' awards. All applicants with a household income of £55,000 or less are guaranteed a bursary.

 

Additionally, Talent Scholarships are awarded in 20%, 50% 60%, 75% and 100%. Please do not be put off applying on financial grounds, even if your household income is over £55,000. We have lots of options available to ensure everyone CAN train with us and we are always happy to help. We can also help students apply for the government 16-19 bursary scheme, which may help towards travel, books, equipment etc.

 

Each year, we choose one lucky student to receive The Kerry Ellis Scholarship, which is a 100% scholarship, with our training endorsed and supported by Kerry Ellis, promoting the exceptional standard of training at ASA Theatre Arts. We also offer The Alana Shirley Scholarship, which is a 100% scholarship awarded by the Principal.

 

FEES

Top-up fee: £3200 per year (NO VAT) - (approx £59.78 per week).

 

For your convenience, we offer a payment plan as follows; 

 

Term 1 - Full payment upfront (approx £1107.72), 

Weekly (approx £59.78) or monthly (approx £261.54) payments for terms 2 and 3. Payments to be made by bank transfer.

There will be slight variations in the payment amounts, depending on the number of weeks in each month.

Talent scholarships are awarded alongside the initial offer of a place, following application and audition. Means-tested bursaries are applied for after initial offers are made. 

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