Education and Training Study at Chickenshed Undergraduate Courses Foundation Degree in Inclusive Performance Foundation Degree in Inclusive Performance The Foundation Degree in Inclusive Performance is a two year, full-time course. It is nationally recognised as an accredited qualification and provides a pathway to a full BA qualification. Students on this course play an active part in Chickenshed’s diverse and innovative performance work, learning through our unique, inclusive approach that provides practical experience in all the disciplines of inclusive performing arts. Dance, drama and musical theatre are all explored throughout the course, culminating in the opportunity to devise workshops and direct projects around issues that matter to you. Modules Foundation Degree students are supported by an experienced team of professional performers and education specialists who are able to offer insight into Inclusive Performance through a series of core and optional modules. Year 1 Modules Inclusive Theatre Performance - Introduction and Performance Process Research Inclusive Theatre Development - Children and Youth The Performing Arts Discipline by Discipline on stage and behind the performance Year 2 Modules Outreach and Community Arts Choice of one of the following disciplines to study in more depth: Planning and Delivering Inclusive Theatre Workshops and Projects Acting in Inclusive Theatre Dance/Movement in Inclusive Theatre Music/Singing in Inclusive Theatre The Workshop and Performance Process – The Final Project Training, Planning and Performance Entry Requirements We want people of all abilities and experiences to enrich the work that we do by joining us as a Foundation Degree student which is why we have three options for our admission criteria. We ask that you are able to fulfil one of the following: Successful completion of a BTEC Diploma in a performing arts subject or equivalent Successful A Level study in a range of relevant subjects A profile of appropriate experience and training under Chickenshed and Middlesex University’s Accreditation of Prior Experience and Learning policy (APEL). Tuition Fees Course Fees for the academic year 2017/18 were set at £8,500 but we are able to offer a £2,335 bursary to all successful applicants. This is automatically deducted from the total before billing. You should therefore apply to Student Finance England for £6,165 to cover this cost. Further information about the Tuition Fee system and administration for students beginning their HE study can be found on our Student Finance page. Applications Applications for 2019/20 are open. Learn more about the Foundation Degree course and life as a Chickenshed student at one of our open days. Take a look at our Foundation Degree Course Booklet and Admissions Policy for more detailed information about the course and download an application form to begin your application. Learn more about the Foundation Degree course and life as a Chickenshed student at one of our open days. DOWNLOAD APPLICATION FORM Foundation Degree Course Booklet Questions? See more information on the Foundation Degree Information Booklet including our Complaints Procedure. A full version of the Complaints Procedure is available upon request. Take a look at the FAQ section of our course booklet or contact our Education Team directly. Foundation Degree FAQs CONTACT US Telephone: 020 8216 2741. This programme was developed and is delivered and assessed by Chicken Shed Theatre Company, awarded by and quality assured by Middlesex University.