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Dance ResearchBishop Otter Campus
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Location: Bishop Otter Campus
Study mode full-time
Start Date: 2021/09/01
Duration: 12 months
Intl fees: £12600
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(Music and performing arts)
University of Chichester evaluation:
Music and performing arts evaluation:
University of Chichester has opted into the TEF and received a Silver award.
This course enables students to develop their own research interests and, supported by tutors design a programme of dance research that addresses specific areas of interest, as an example, projects might explore areas such as: Dance and postmodernism; community dance practice; dance in education; popular dance; site-specific dance practices; dance and technology; dance film; dance and interdisciplinary arts practices; dance history; dance and politics.
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An honours degree at 2:2 or higher in a related discipline. International applicants will be required to provide evidence of IELTS 6.5 (with no element less than 6.0) or equivalent. You will also be require to audition for this course and provide a research proposal.
Notice: This is the default IELTS grade for University of Chichester.
About this university
Chichester offers a welcoming lifestyle for international students with plenty of help and assistance on hand. There is information on the website about how to apply as well as with matters such as fees and financing. There is also assistance with English language skills as well as advice on immigration and visas, working during studies and even bringing family members to England while studying. There are also various events for international students and help with finding the right accommodation. Student life has the University of Chichester Students Union at its heart, responsible for the organisation of the various clubs and societies on offer to students. The union also provides representation for their members and advice and assistance on a wide range of academic and non-academic matters. They also operate a number of businesses including the Zee Bar, which offers entertainment from televised sporting events to karaoke nights and pub quizzes. The Hub is in the Bognor campus and has a range of services including a bar, coffee bar and shop selling stationary and other essentials. There is also games areas, free televised sports events and a range of other events. Sports clubs at the university also fall under the heading of the Sports Federation. There are some twenty different clubs to become involved with ranging from traditional sports to adventure sports and even activities such as cheerleading. The Societies Federation are responsible for the management of the societies and there are over twenty of these. It is also possible to gain a V-certificate for volunteering through work done through the union.