NIDA's Bachelor of Fine Arts (Acting) course is designed to provide students with skills and knowledge to work across theatre, film and television.
NIDA’s Bachelor of Fine Arts (Costume) course is an intense practice-based course offering education and training in costume construction, management and related period and social research.
NIDA's Bachelor of Fine Arts (Design for Performance) course offers students with a passion for design within the performing arts, a unique opportunity to explore their interests within a collaborative, conservatoire environment.
NIDA’s Bachelor of Fine Arts (Properties and Objects) course introduces students to prop-making and object-making techniques.
In NIDA’s Bachelor of Fine Arts (Staging) course, students study current staging practice, stage engineering, stage rigging, risk and project management.
NIDA's Bachelor of Fine Arts (Technical Theatre and Stage Management) is a holistic technical production course that provides education and training to the technical theatre practitioners and stage managers of the future.
Read about NIDA's undergraduate academic staff.
NIDA students can apply for financial assistance and bursaries. NIDA does not offer scholarships.
NIDA welcomes applications from international students for enrolment in the Bachelor of Fine Arts and Master of Fine Arts courses.
Study Abroad is a fee-based option for international university students studying a related course to join NIDA’s full-time courses for one to two semesters.
NIDA student policies outline the assessment system, deferring studies, suspension and cancellation of enrolment, plagiarism and misconduct.
Introduced to horror from a very early age, Jasper has always had a passion for the beasts and demons that skulk within the silver screen. Particularly interested in sculptural mediums, he practised ceramic art throughout his adolescence.
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