The Bachelor of Screen and Stage (Song & Dance) is designed for the modern-day performing artist, to enhance and integrate the complementary performance skills which are increasingly in demand, not only in the contemporary stage musical but also in the rapid growth sector of the music video.
It’s never too late to realise your passions and create your dreams!
Potential career outcomes could include:
- Recording Artist
- Professional Development
- Music Teacher
- Music Director
- Music Programmer
- Community Arts Worker
- Arts Administrator
- Music Journalist
What You'll Learn
- Unique in its cross-disciplinary philosophy, this course will give you the opportunity to learn and collaborate with actors, singers, dancers and filmmakers on a range of projects, providing you with essential opportunities to build your knowledge through experience and to work flexibly in creative contexts
- You will also develop an understanding of voice and movement physiology, preparing you for a healthy and sustainable career as a performer
- In addition, you will develop complementary skills in musicianship, songwriting, recording, interview techniques as well as career planning strategies
- In-classIn class delivery - predominately face to face course content conducted at a specific location
- BlendedBlended delivery - both online course content and partial face to face requirements
- OnlineOnline delivery - online course content with the exception of assessments and work placement
- VirtualVirtual Delivery - Live and interactive classroom-style learning conducted completely online
- Brisbane CBD
Duration Study Load
- 2 years, full-time
- This course is delivered purely in-class, on-campus in Brisbane’s CBD
An interview and capability assessment is mandatory and will be conducted by an assessment panel comprising a minimum of two qualified assessors. The capability assessment will take form in accordance with the following criteria:
- Ability to move capably through a set of physical/rhythmic routines
- Ability to maintain a set vocal pattern
- Ability to maintain the vocal pitch
- Demonstrated aptitude to integrate the above performance elements
Each of the above will be graded on a ten-point scale with applicants needing to attain a minimum of seven for each criterion.
No ATAR requirement, and one of the following:
- A pass in Year 12 English or equivalent
- Previous study in a VET course at Diploma level or above – AQF Level 5 or above – either complete or incomplete (Academic Transcript)
- Mature age entry
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.
- You must be eligible for an International Student Visa
- You must be 18 years or older at the time your studies commence
- You must be able to demonstrate a level of aptitude and discernible talent through our interview and audition requirements
- You must meet our English language requirements which are an IELTS (or equivalent test) score of at least 6.0 with no individual score less than 5.5
Arryn Leigh Cox
About Australian Performing Arts Conservatory
The Australian Performing Arts Conservatory (APAC) has been shaping performers and filmmakers for almost 30 years. APAC was instrumental in bringing the stage combat discipline to Australian performance. Since then we have built and expanded into the full range of acting abilities, song, dance and filmmaking. In each discipline, we have our own perspectives and unique interpretations. We have a long tradition of success, but we are not 'traditional'.
We are focused on contemporary theory and practice. We provide high quality, immersive learning to equip you to succeed in the contemporary performing arts and filmmaking. We take pride in being at the leading edge. We find our lecturers at the forefront of their industries and disciplines. Many of our team prefer to describe themselves as actors, singers, dancers or filmmakers – which is how they are respected in the industry. We seek something extra from them. We look for academic knowledge and most importantly their desire and ability to share their knowledge and professionalism with our students.
We start with talented aspirants then we shape them to be successful professionals and more resilient graduates. We recognise that talent makes a good starting point, but strong professional and academic input will make the difference. From our state of the art, modern campus in the centre of Brisbane, we reach out across the globe. We seek out new knowledge and new practices. We blend these into academically sound, professionally recognised outcomes for our students.