Higher Education Destinations:
- The University of Salford – Broadcast Journalism
- The University of Sunderland – Drama
- University College Oldham- Performance
- Newcastle University – English Language
- Manchester Metropolitan University – Creative Writing and Drama
- The University of Salford – Television and Radio
4 or above in GCSE English Language and some practical experience is desirable. We’d expect you to enjoy performing and be committed to working as part of a team.
60% coursework 40% exam
What Students Say:
“I thoroughly enjoyed Drama at GCSE level and wished to challenge myself further. I also knew before I began College that I wished to pursue acting as a career and Drama would help me to achieve this. I enjoyed studying such a wide variety of texts and playwrights as well as being involved in practical work.This course offers a good balance between the two.” – Lara Bell. Lara played Elizabeth in The Crucible and Leonardo’s Wife in Blood Wedding. She was also involved in the Drama Aim Higher scheme, gaining experience of the audition process. and is currently studyng acting at the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts in London.