Split into two intensive terms, ArtsEd delivers an industry-leading Part-Time Foundation Acting course. This course focuses on preparing students for drama school auditions and the industry. ArtsEd is committed to creating a safe, inclusive, diverse and creative environment in which all students thrive.
The course equips students with the skills and confidence to audition successfully and communicate with ease. It also provides the opportunity to explore the benefits and challenges of vocational actor training, helping students decide if this is the path they want to follow.
Have a listen to the ArtsEd Podcast episode with Part-Time Foundation Acting Course Leader, James Westphal and students, Connor and Sheeqs.
As well as continuing to work on the skills from Term 1, students will then begin to cover:
|Course Fee 2021-2022||£3,000|
Applicants must be 18+
Candidates whose first language is not English must provide proof of their English proficiency by having either an ELTS overall score of 7, a TOEFL score of 100 or an IELTS score of 6 or equivalent.
Information regarding overseas students: The process has not changed since Brexit and students from abroad will still need to apply for a short-term study Visa.
Applications for 2021 entry are now open.
Apply online and find out about the audition process here.
“The part-time foundation course not only helped me to test the waters of acting in a comfortable environment but also gave me foundations for the skills that I’d require in voice, movement and acting. I was also introduced to Shakespeare in a way that made it easier to understand, and developed two strong contemporary and classical monologues that I still use today in auditions. To-date I’ve done nine stage productions since I left the course. I’m currently appearing as Polixenes in The Winter’s Tale at OSO Arts Centre and studying on a two-year part-time course at The Actors Door Studio.”Lanre Danmola
“The ArtsEd part-time foundation was just what I was looking for. I have acted since before I can remember and managed to get signed to an agency while I was in secondary school, but I still wanted to further my experience, learn more monologues and improve my skills. That’s exactly what this course did for me, I came out with a very strong Shakespeare monologue and a contemporary monologue that suited me down to a T, and as a result, I got a very high grade in the mock exam.
I can now trust in my new and improved abilities to smash any audition. I thoroughly recommend the part time foundation acting course to anyone interested in improving their skill set in a timetable that works easily around their everyday.”Tobias Cordes