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December 23, 2021

MA programmes in Dance and Theatre Pedagogy

University of the Arts Helsinki

Patella – floating bone, 2018. Photo: Aapo Juusti.

Uniarts Helsinki's Theatre and Dance Pedagogy MA programmes welcome applicants from diverse backgrounds.

The master’s degree programmes in dance pedagogy and theatre pedagogy combine critical thinking, artistic-pedagogical practices and exploration of the wide range of meanings in the arts. Students reflect on and develop the practices and pedagogy of performing arts within an open, dialogue-oriented community. You will be provided support for critical, innovative thinking, multidisciplinary interaction, multiartistic collaborations and for adopting an experimental attitude. Upon graduation, you will be a versatile and inventive professional with extensive work opportunities in performing arts and art pedagogy.

The programmes are open to international applicants who have sufficient skills in English. We've updated our eligibility criteria to encourage applicants with even more diverse artistic, educational, social and cultural backgrounds.

How to apply
Fill in the application form during application time and complete the advance assignments. Instructions and advanced assignments have been published in the programmes' admissions guides. Read the programme-specific admissions guides: Applying to MA in Dance Pedagogy / Applying to MA in Theatre Pedagogy. Find out more information on admissions on our website: General information for applicants. For inquiries, email: teak.admissions [​at​] uniarts.fi.

About the studies
Auditions: April 9–11, 2022. Start of studies: August 2022. Duration of studies: two years, 120 ECTS. Type of studies: Full-time. Application period: January 5–19, 2022.

More about the programmes
MA in Dance Pedagogy / MA in Theatre Pedagogy. Read more about developing dance and theatre pedagogy in Finland.

Studying at Uniarts Helsinki
We’re ranked as one of the best performing arts universities in the world. The University of the Arts Helsinki (Uniarts Helsinki) consists of the Academy of Fine Arts, Sibelius Academy and Theatre Academy.

Our learning environment promotes a genuine dialogue within the community and supports your growth into an independent expert and artist. Flexible curricula, one-to-one guidance and independent artistic work are the core aspects of studies at Uniarts Helsinki. Uniarts Helsinki's main campuses are located in central Helsinki. Helsinki is a lively student city and one of the most popular European cities for international students.

Uniarts Helsinki's Theatre Academy: T +358 294 47 2000, teak.admissions [​at​] uniarts.fi.

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