University of Sussex Students Union

Site-specific Performance focuses on the place of performance as a starting point for your independent projects and considers the role of the performance site (its history, architecture, socio-political context) in shaping those projects. You’ll be encouraged to take risks and push the boundaries of contemporary site-specific performance making and thinking whilst engaging critically and creatively with the genre. The option aims to provide the space to build on your previous learning, to broaden your understanding of contemporary performance making, and to develop a critical and practical understanding of site-specific performance practices/histories.

Over the past few years we have organised many diverse events ranging from political debates to lectures and talks with a great variety of guest speakers. In addition to organising entertaining academic and social events for our members, we organise international politically focused trips. Course fees cover your teaching as well as other academic services and facilities provided to support your studies. Unless specified in the additional information section below, course fees do not cover your accommodation, residential costs or other living costs. They also don’t cover any additional costs and charges that are outlined in the additional information below. Acting and Solo Performance focuses on acting as an independent creative practice and offers you the opportunity to conceive, develop and realise your Theatre Making 3 projects as solo, autonomous performers.

This will be assessed for understanding of the subject area; understanding of problems in the area; ability to construct and defend an argument; powers of analysis; and powers of expression. Your statement should focus on your academic objectives and purposes rather than personal achievements, interests and aspirations. The DPIR provides a stimulating research environment in which you can pursue your interests beyond the formal demands of the syllabus.

If you apply for a place on this course you will have the option to express a preference for one of the colleges listed below, or you can ask us to find a college for you. The Colleges section of this website provides information about the college system at Oxford, as well as factors you may wish to consider when deciding whether to express a college preference. Please note that ‘college’ and ‘colleges’ refers to all 45 of the University’s colleges, including those designated as Permanent Private Halls .

You will have the possibility of working on a dissertation research project for a public or private sector partner, gaining crucial experience to further your career aspirations. The membership fee goes towards the organisation and running of our activities, making sure we give you the best value for money for all the socials, sports, charities and activities you can get involved in during your time at Sheffield. Pol Soc media projectsAs well as focussing on skills development and networking we also have two mainstream media projects. Alumni networkingA big part of this society is providing our members with opportunities to network and build useful contacts. We hold careers fairs, networking events, and a variety of talks from industry professionals to enhance your employability awareness and ambitions. Where you can develop essential skills by planning and delivering Politics lessons to primary school students.

Applying

If you’re thinking about applying for this course, you may also wish to consider the courses listed below. These courses may have been suggested due to their similarity with this course, or because they are offered by the same department or faculty. The alumni programme is now underway and includes an annual publication (‘Inspires’), a website forum, alumni networks and tailored events. This option focuses on the creative interaction between writing, dramaturgy, directing and performance – from generating written text to the live theatrical event.

  • We publish a termly edition of the magazine – with articles regularly published online – and host a biweekly radio show on RAW 1251AM.
  • The MSc offers core conceptual training and the ability to specialise your degree through optional modules and the dissertation.
  • This module will allow you to explore Scenography as a complex system of signs by which we can both examine and imagine the potential of space, through decoding/encoding the performative space.
  • You will acquire an advanced, multidisciplinary understanding of the major contemporary environmental challenges facing the world, and the different disciplinary and theoretical perspectives used to explain them.
  • We make contextual offers for this programme, which can be found in the entry requirements.

As such you will be ideally placed to take advantage of the growing employment market related to responding to the climate emergency. As well as loads of great activities on campus, we offer a bunch of opportunities to get involved with politics beyond the campus. We host a variety of events for our members including political, social, and community events.

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The MSc offers core conceptual training and the ability to specialise your degree through optional modules and the dissertation. You will have the opportunity to learn from previous graduates, other academics, and practitioners. Join Warwick Politics Society for a fantastic year of high-profile guest speakers and a diverse range of social events. Be it radio and print journalism, the Politics Ball, or playing for our football team, there are endless ways to get involved! We are a politically-neutral society, welcoming members from across the political spectrum and across the University of Warwick – there is also no need to study politics.

We have helped organise some of the biggest student-run events at the University of Aberdeen and were winners of theSociety of the YearAward for three consecutive years. As part ffs-dz.com of the enrolment process, you may be required to submit a copy of a suitable form of ID. Due to COVID-19, please use primarily email as staff may not have access to telephones.

Credits and levels of learning

The range of choice increases substantially in the second and third years, to allow you to follow your developing interests and strengths. Please note that you may submit applications for a maximum of two graduate programmes in any application cycle. Together with essential academic requirements, the personal statement is your opportunity to illustrate whether your reasons for applying to this programme match what the programme will deliver.