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MA in Acting

ArtsEd's one year intensive MA Acting degree is validated by City, University of London.

At a Glance 

I want to say a HUGE thank you! All your teaching and words of wisdom have meant I am prepared for the industry and feel on a par with those who have been working for years. I feel confident and entitled to be here and am just enjoying every minute.

MA Alumna

  • You will discover how to unlock your potential as a skilled, creative and empowered actor, ready and prepared for the contemporary profession
  • You will work with selected methodologies, including Stanislavski, Meisner, Meyerhold’s Biomechanics and Viewpoints, to optimise your ability to approach text, character and performance
  • You will work with a variety of texts, from classical to contemporary, including a focus on Shakespeare, as well as working with new writing, to engage you in a range of styles that you will encounter in the profession
  • You will devise your own work, to prepare you for an industry increasingly reliant on proactive companies creating their own theatre for the festival market and beyond
  • You will have a thorough training in the technique of acting for TV & Film, enabling you to successfully apply your practice between stage & screen
  • You will be trained by experienced professional creatives currently working within the industry.
Introductory Course Information  
Award MA Acting
UCAS Code ArtsEd does not subscribe to UCAS.  All applications can be made through our website or by clicking here.

The Arts Educational Schools London
14 Bath Road
W4 1LY

020 8987 6677

Accreditation ArtsEd is a member of the Federation of Drama Schools, set up in June 2017 to provide information for prospective students about conservatoire drama training.
Duration 1 Year (full-time)
Academic Year 14 September 2018 to 12 July 2019

Full-time, Monday to Friday.  A minimum of 37 contact hours a week, over 33 teaching weeks a year.

On a normal day you will be expected to sign in by 8.30am at the latest, and classes will run until 5.30pm.

Timetables are normally available one month before registration.