Arts University Bournemouth Acting Auditions
Auditions are an opportunity for you to demonstrate to us your self-motivation and commitment to this area of study. Sufficiently qualified applicants will be invited to an audition where they will be asked to demonstrate their acting skills by performing two contrasting monologues. If selected for interview and audition, there is a single fee of £25.
What we look for
We look for gifted people who have had an introduction to and some experience of acting. This practical course is demanding and will appeal to individuals who are dedicated to pursuing performance careers. We expect you to articulate your views in many different forms and to have the ability to carry out academic research and writing.
Download BA (Hons) Acting Audition Guidelines.
For additional information about How to apply, entrance requirements please go to our Apply section.
How to apply
All applications should be made direct to AUB using the online application form.
Applications for 2016 are now closed.
Applications for 2017 are now open.
All applications to courses are assessed against the course entry requirements and criteria. We require a portfolio of visual work to provide evidence of practical and visual ability appropriate to the course you are applying for. Applicants are considered on a case by case basis and by their ability and readiness for university study. If you are an international student our minimum language requirement is an IELTS score of 5.5 and we would advise you to continue to develop your language skills to this level and above.
If you meet the standard entry requirements you will be invited to attend an interview. Admissions will advise you of your interview date and time via MyApplication.
Your interview will last around 20 minutes and will be your opportunity to present your portfolio and to discuss your ideas, interests and aspirations with a course tutor. We will talk about your influences in arts, design media and performance, your portfolio and other cultural interests such as cinema, theatre or literature. Discussion will largely revolve around your portfolio of creative work. It is important that you bring a broad range of work so that we can assess your potential. We would advise that you seek guidance about the content of your portfolio from your art, design and media teacher(s).