A Theatre degree will help prepare you to become an adaptable, critically driven, creative player in an ever- shifting economic climate. We not only encourage our students to be versatile creative artists but critically thinking citizens who are resilient in the world of work.
There are options for a short or a year-long work placement to develop your professional profile while on the course. To find the industry placement that’s right for you, you will be supported throughout the process.
While some graduates go on to work in the creative industries such as actor Damson Idris (2013), deputy stage manager of Shakespeare’s Globe Alannagh Cook (2015) and Les Enfant Terribles’ Assistant Producer Fiona Porritt (2015), other graduates enter the marketing sector, the education or applied drama sector, and some students pursue opportunities in postgraduate study and training. The options are varied and exciting – we’re looking forward to supporting you on your journey. Click here to read about inspirational alumni students in Theatre.
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