Realise your passion to be an actor in our Bachelor of Screen and Stage (Acting), by learning from the best with exclusive classes and guest lecturers led by a range of industry professionals, national and international artists. As an actor, you will develop an understanding of your own self and learn to observe others by living life in imaginary circumstances.
From movement, voice and speech, through to combat, audition skills, and exciting new works, APAC gives you the skills required for success in the industry.
You will have the opportunity to develop your individual voice to become a truly independent artist. Explore solo and ensemble work and collaborate with students from other APAC courses, expanding your repertoire as well as your networking skills: contribute to a film project, write a short film or work with storytelling in a music video.
Our students graduate with promotional and business skills to take them into the often challenging world of acting.
Our Bachelor of Screen and Stage (Acting) is a practice-led multi-disciplinary course. The detail and progression of our Acting discipline is designed to equip students with a suite of technical performance skills, and broader critical thinking and analytical skillls. Our Acting course includes both practical acting classes, and the theory and technical skill behind the discipline.
No ATAR requirement, and one of the following:
It’s our goal to make our degrees accessible to people who have a passion for performing arts. If you have any questions about our entry requirements, please contact our friendly team for more information.
OUTCOMES & CAREER OPTIONS
ENTRY INTERVIEW FOR BACHELOR OF SCREEN AND STAGE (ACTING)
An interview and/or audition may be required for students with no prior acting experience. Audition details will be provided to students and assessment will be undertaken by an assessment panel comprising of a minimum of two qualified assessors. Students must achieve a score of 16 or above against a 20 point scale in accordance with the following criteria:
Trimester 1 – January
Trimester 2 – May
Trimester 3 – September
Applications are submitted online via our ‘Apply Now’ website page, along with the Special Admissions Test Fee payment.
– Certified copy of Proof of Citizenship (Birth Certificate, Passport)
– Certified copy of Academic Transcripts for English proficiency
3. Audition/Interview or Folio
4. APAC send Offer Letter
Complete and sign the Letter of Offer and Acceptance Agreement
APAC will issue an Electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCoE)
7. Start doing what you love at APAC!
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Building your network with like-minded people and meeting others that work in the acting industry is very important. At APAC we enable you to attend industry events and talks.
At APAC we balance Academic Rigour with Professional Relevance. The BSS is a ‘practice-led’ degree. This means that, while academic and theoretical components are central to the learning journey to inform and underpin the practical, skills-based classes, the focus is developing performance and technical skills while developing a broader understanding of the cultural and professional context around those performance skills.
At APAC we equip you with the skills to maximise your employability as a professional artist – and also to create, develop, and navigate your own professional arts career.
The application process involves an interview with the relevant course coordinator. Students are encouraged to submit a self-tape for the Acting and Song & Dance streams.