The Foundation Module is available for applicants who reside in countries that do not have the equivalent of A-Levels and allows students to meet the criteria for undergraduate access to the BA (Hons) Ballet Education and BA (Hons) Dance Education programmes of study.
Language of Delivery
The module is offered in English.
Students who do not have English as a first language If your first language is not English and you are applying for a programme where an English Language Proficiency test is required, you must achieve one of the following qualifications:
- International English Language Testing System (IELTS): band 6.5 overall, with a minimum of 6.0 in each of the subtests. The IELTS test must have been taken no earlier than two years before the date of the Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies is issued.
- Some other school leaving or matriculation certificates contain a compulsory examination in English and these may be taken as equivalent.
- If you have another recently achieved English language qualification, please check with our Registry department firstname.lastname@example.org to see if it is acceptable.
Can be found on the Fees and Funding pages.
How to apply
Investigating Dance: Theory and Practice
The module, which will prepare learners for the study of dance at degree level (FHEQ Level 4) is called Investigating Dance: Theory and Practice. It provides opportunities for students to study dance analysis, safe practice, choreography and performance, by distance learning under the guidance of a tutor. The module content includes an even balance between theoretical and practical tasks, all of which contribute to the achievement of the module learning outcomes.