Amsterdam University of the Arts, DAS Theatre master 2019-2020

DAS Theatre is an environment for research and development open to Dutch and international practitioners involved in the expanded field of performing arts as artists or curators.

City Amsterdam
Orange Tulip Scholarship 

Total number of scholarships: 1

Total value of the scholarship: € 2000

DAS Theatre

NB: The scholarship only partly covers living expenses. More information about daily expenses can be found here

Duration of the Scholarship Entire duration of the studies
Deadline for application 1 April 2019

Contact person

Email

Tel

Juul Beeren

0031-20-5277666

Requirements 

  • Bachelor's degree
  • TOEFL Internet-based test (iBT): 64 / TOEFL Computer-based test (CBT): 180 / TOEFL Paper-based test (PBT): 507
  • Candidates need at least 3 years of working experience
  • Information about additional requirement can be found on the website

Important: The selection starts with an online application form and the first selection will take place in December 2018 (in the absence of the candidates). If you pass the 1st round, your presence for the 2nd round is mandatory.

The second round will take place at DAS Theatre. We invite a small group of candidates for a three-day programme of interviews, practical exercises and a collective visit to a theatre performance followed by a feedback session on this performance.

OTS application documents:

  • OTS application form
  • Proof that the admission procedure with Amsterdam School of the Arts has started  
  • CV in English

 

Application deadline is 1 April 2019  

More about Master of Theatre programme

DAS Theatre is an environment for research and development open to Dutch and international practitioners involved in the expanded field of performing arts as artists or curators.

It is a full-time, two-year residential Master's programme where individual trajectories can benefit from a peer community, tutorship and advising. It provides a working space, workshops sessions with guest teachers, and a broad international network. Artists and curators are unified in one program, conceived to support artistic and curatorial research, to challenge professional boundaries and to cultivate the potential connectedness with audience, institutions, discourses, partners and collaborators.

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