Following a similar pattern to previous years, already this term, second year Level 3 Acting students have had offers and recalls to top drama schools and universities.
Irene Rambota, Course Leader - Acting for Stage & Screen, says, “Maia Cebula Mackenzie has had unconditional offers for BA (Hons) Applied Theatre and Education at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and for BA (Hons) Applied Theatre (Community and Education) at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. Maia has also had recall auditions for BA (Hons) Acting at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA), Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, Guilford School of Acting and Manchester School of Theatre. Student Devon Gray (below left) has been offered a recall audition for BA (Hons) Acting at the Arts Educational Schools London, School of Acting. In addition, Elliot Allder, a 2018 graduate of the Level 3 Acting course who joined the cast of Level 3 actors in our recent production of Arthur Miller’s The Crucible has been offered a recall audition for BA (Hons) Acting at LAMDA. ‘I am thrilled for all of them. Exciting times lie ahead!”
Level 3 acting students regularly go on to drama schools or universities of their choice and in 2014, every BTEC Level 3 Acting student who applied to a drama school or university received fantastic offers from a variety of institutions. Previous graduates have received offers from institutions including the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA), Drama Centre London, Royal Central School of Speech & Drama, Guilford School of Acting (GSA), Rose Bruford, East 15, Manchester Metropolitan University, Royal Holloway, University of London, University of Leeds, Brunel University London, to name but a few. Thousands of students apply for a place at top drama schools and universities each year, which makes the college's incredible success rate over the years (100 per cent in 2014) a remarkable feat.