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Teaching staff are experienced in an extensive range of dance practices and are active in the national and international dance community.
You can't defer your offer in this course. You must start in the semester you apply for.
This course offers training in the core technique of contemporary dance and experience in a broad range of genres including ballet, hip hop, jazz and yoga, in addition to alternative dance styles from a diverse range of global cultures, including Latin. Duo and partnering are also learnt within these styles.
Performance events across site-specific, digital and theatrical domains engage you with the public interface of your practice. Technology is integrated within choreographic workshops which include the exploration of a variety of interdisciplinary approaches. When not in the studio you will engage with theoretical knowledge, involving analysing and reflecting on both the mind and body in dance, and the roles of diverse styles.
You can choose to study other creative industries disciplines including creative writing, drama, entertainment, fashion, interior design studies, journalism, music studies and visual arts practice. If you wis h to become a primary or secondary school dance teacher you will complete your dance studies by studying a minor in a different subject area, allowing you to develop skills for a second teaching area. Following completion of your course, you can apply to continue into a graduate-entry teacher education course*.
You will benefit from partnerships with organisations such as Expressions Dance Company, the Queensland Ballet Company and the Royal Academy of Dance UK.
Graduates move into careers as dance teachers in schools (with completion of a graduate-entry teacher education course*), private studios, universities and professional dance company education programs. Graduates also work as choreographers, dance researchers and academics, dance journalists, festival and community project directors and producers, independent dance practitioners, arts administrators, and dance health professionals (with further specialised training).
* Entry to graduate-entry teacher education courses usually requires that you have studied a range of units in a different subject area to the main focus of your degree. This forms the basis of your second teaching area. Check the entry requirements for specific teaching courses at www.qut.edu.au/study
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Study overseas while gaining credit towards your QUT creative industries degree with one of our worldwide exchange partners. Overseas study can be for one or two semesters (or during the semester break) and the units you take can be in a creative or non-creative discipline area, depending on how they match with your QUT course. Saving your electives for exchange will allow you the most flexibility. For more information, visit QUT student exchange.
During the week preceding 17 November 2017, QUT will update the preference information within your QTAC application to reflect your audition outcome. You will be able to check this via QTAC’s Application Services. If you are unsure how to check your preference status there is a helpful video located on QTAC’s Check & change webpage.
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If you have satisfied the minimum entry requirements for this course you will then be considered for a place in the course in the 17 November 2017 QTAC offer round. Depending on course place availability, further offers may be made in subsequent QTAC offer rounds.
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Successful applicants will only receive one offer from QTAC, to their highest eligible preference.
If you have not satisfied the minimum entry requirements, QUT will not be able to offer you a place in the course. You may wish to review your QTAC course preferences. They can be added or amended via QTAC’s Application Services. For more information on changing preferences, you can contact QTAC Information Services on 1300 GO QTAC (1300 467 822) or (07) 3858 1222.
Outcomes are released for applications lodged by 30 September 2017 (on-time) on 7 December 2017
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2018: CSP $6,700 per year full-time (96 credit points)
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