BA (Hons) IN TECHNICAL THEATRE & STAGE MANAGEMENT
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Please read our terms and conditions
1. I am under 18, can I apply to RADA? Candidates must be at least 18 when the BA in Technical Theatre and Stage Management (progression year) begins. RADA would be unlikely to accept someone of 18 years of age onto the progression year as you should have completed a Foundation Degree (or equivalent) prior to applying.
2. Is there an upper age limit to apply to RADA? There is no upper age limit and all eligible candidates will be invited for interview
3. What qualifications do I need? We require you to have achieved a Foundation Degree (or similar level qualification, worth 240 credits) to study for the BA in Technical Theatre and Stage Management. All eligible applicants are interviewed, and you are welcome to bring evidence of your passion, enthusiasm and experience with you on the day.
Students currently on the FdA in Technical Theatre and Stage Management programme at RADA should have achieved a Merit or higher to be eligible to apply.
5. Do I apply through UCAS? RADA does not use the UCAS service for applications and we have an independent admissions process. You can download our application form from our website.
6. When is the deadline for application and when do the interviews take place? Applications for 2017 entry are now closed.
The deadlines for applications was 31 March 2017 and interviews will take place between November 2016 and May 2017.
7. Do RADA hold interviews outside of London? No, we only interview on-site at RADA for this programme.
8. What are the interview requirements? You will be invited to interview, if you hold the relevant prior qualification. You should come prepared to talk enthusiastically about your passions and your theatre experience. If you have a portfolio of work, please do bring that with you.
10. What if I cannot afford the interview fee? The Conservatoire for Dance and Drama offer a number of free interview places across the Conservatoire schools. Places are offered on a first come basis and interested applicants must meet specific criteria. Please check the CDD website for further details
RADA can also offer travel bursaries to applicants and we will provide information about this during the process.
11. If I do not attend my interview will my application fee be refunded? The application fee is not returnable under any circumstances.
13. Can I defer entry? No. You should apply for a place in the year before the September you wish to begin your training.
14. How do I pay for the tuition fees? If you are from the UK/EU and are new to Higher Education, you may be eligible to apply for a tuition fee loan through the Student Loans Company.
Students who have a prior Higher Education qualification, or are from a non-UK/EU country, will need to pay their fees themselves.
15. Do I have to pay the UK/EU level tuition fees, or the international rate? You should have lived in the UK/EU for three consecutive years prior to starting the course in order to qualify for UK/EU level tuition fees
If, for example, you were born in the UK but then moved to Australia for twenty years, you would be liable to pay the international rate.
16. Is there any accommodation/housing provided? RADA does not have its own student housing. We include advice on finding accommodation in the information pack we send students offered a place on our full-time courses
View a full copy of our current PROSPECTUS.