Applicants for the Master of Theatre (Voice) must to be able to demonstrate:
an undergraduate degree or equivalent in a relevant discipline (such as the performing arts, music, visual arts, film, dance and digital arts);
at least six years of documented professional practice in the creative arts industry and
attend an interview; and
Also, applicants must submit professional practice documentation that includes::
a curriculum vitae; and
a professional statement of approximately 1000 words
Meeting these requirements does not guarantee selection but all of the above will be considered by the Selection Committee.
For English language tests, we require documentary evidence of having obtained the minimum scores within the previous 24 months.
IELTS: 6.5 (with no band less than 6.0)
TOEFL (paper test): 577 with TWE 4.5
TOEFL (internet): 79 with Writing 21, Speaking 18, Reading 13, Listening 13
Pearson Test of English (Academic): 58-64 inclusive and no communicative skill below 50
Students will be given the opportunity to collaborate with performers, directors, theatremakers, and film-makers. This course includes specialist training provided to students through a professional industry placement, or through coaching a production within the Faculty.
On completion of this course, graduates should be able to:
demonstrate a high standard of personal vocal use;
employ a professional level of expertise and competence as a spoken voice coach;
apply excellent communication skills in diverse contexts including clear articulation of the issues concerning vocal coaching, vocal health and the application of vocal training to performance;
demonstrate an applied understanding of research principles and methods applicable to spoken voice learning and coaching, including skills in critical reflection, writing and artistic communication;
interpret and transmit knowledge, skills and ideas to specialist and non-specialist audiences and individuals with specific needs and from culturally diverse backgrounds;
employ a range of coaching approaches in the delivery of vocal individual and group lessons that will serve to foster independent, reflective, motivated and cooperative learning;
demonstrate a mature engagement with and understanding of the principles of teamwork in creative processes;
determine continued pathways to developing and refining their coaching practices; articulate a coherent personal philosophy of voice coaching.
OSHC: 530$ per year