If you are selected for an interview for a place on the MA Scenography course, we will require you to bring with you some relevant examples of your scenographic work.
This portfolio will contribute to further discussion about your qualifications, experience, interest in the subject and your plans beyond this MA. Please be careful to edit and prepare your portfolio so that you can present and discuss the work with ease, and be prepared to leave it with the course team for further consideration. Preferably this portfolio will be in the form of a digital media (DVD, CD, etc). It should be no longer than four minutes in duration and should include at least two examples of your work. You will also be asked to submit evidence of your technical experience where appropriate to the nature of your chosen media.
Applicants will be seen individually and maybe be seen as part of a group, undertaking a number of activities as part of the interview process.
During the interview process you will have a chance to learn more about the course and the School.
Central considers applicants for this course at its international auditions.
Central does allow applicants to undertake a distance interview for this course. If you live abroad and are unable to attend an interview in person you may, at the discretion of the Admissions Tutor, be offered the opportunity of a distance interview. If you are selected for interview in this manner you will be contacted (normally by email) in order to arrange a suitable time for an interview. This will be conducted on Skype, telephone or by ‘live’ email exchange and will normally be based upon material you will have been asked to submit in advance. The interview will be conducted by the Admissions Tutor in liaison with a colleague who will have sight of your submitted materials.