Master of Choreography (by Coursework)
The Master of Choreography allows you to further develop your knowledge and skills in the area of choreography. The course provides a framework for acquiring skills in choreography, to develop an understanding of theoretical frameworks to evaluate and critique dance performance, and to foster the capacity to evaluate, discriminate and make informed choices as part of choreographic practice within aesthetic domains.
The Master of Choreography is a graduate coursework degree taken over one year of full-time study. Admission is based on completion of four years of undergraduate study in a relevant field. At the successful completion of this one year degree, students will be eligible to apply for entry into a coursework doctorate degree.
The four subject areas: Process and Practice; Performance and Research Approaches; Project A; Project B give students the chance to engage deeply in dance making process, practice and research to refine and strengthen their choreographic voice and individual artistic vision.
1 year full time (This course cannot be taken part time)
Semester 1 only. There is no mid-year entry.
Successful applicants cannot defer their course.
Domestic Commonwealth Supported Places are available
Domestic Fee place - AUD$16,800 per year
International Fee place - AUD$26,016 per year
Course fee information is available on the Future Students Tuition Fees pages.
Domestic applications -
31 October 2012
International applications -
31 October 2012 (if attending audition in person) OR 30 November 2012