Will there be performance opportunities within the college?
Yes. WaterBear is closely linked to a host of local venues and performance spaces where we run regular live performance workshops and events. These venues include Brighton Electric, Komedia, The Haunt, The Hope and Ruin, Green Door Store, The Walrus, Sticky Mikes Frog Bar and The Prince Albert. You’ll also be part of a community of like-minded creative individuals, so there will be plenty of opportunity for collaborative projects.
How are the courses delivered?
All WaterBear programmes incorporate on-site and online study, the latter able to be done remotely from the WaterBear campus. We also run regular conferences, seminars and events with creative industry professionals in addition to timetabled lecture activity, to which you’ll be invited to attend.
The term dates for WaterBear programmes 18-19 can be found here
How much do the courses cost?
The BA (Hons) tuition fees are £9,250 per year. Tuition fee loans are available for the BA (Hons) programme.
The MA tuition fees are £9,950 for the one-year course. Tuition fee loans are also available for this programme.
More information concerning eligibility and availability of student finance can be viewed at https://www.gov.uk/student-finance
How long do WaterBear courses run for?
The BA (Hons) course runs for three years and the MA course runs for one year.
How do I apply for a course and what qualifications do I need?
For more information and to book your 1-to-1 personal consultation with the WaterBear Team, call us on 01273 726230 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.orgThe BA (Hons) minimum entry requirements are A levels (or combination with AS/EPQ/BTEC/Cambridge Technical) equivalent to 96 - 112 UCAS tariff points. BTEC / OCR Cambridge Technical Extended Diploma at MMM. Note these are guidelines only; anyone not meeting the stated requirements may still be eligible for a place and should book a consultation to discuss individual circumstances. The MA minimum entry requirements are an honours degree at 2:2 or higher, or if you don’t have an honours degree qualification, you may still meet the minimum entry requirements via the Recognition of Prior Learning (as a mature student).