The Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) Acting Program offers a professional actor training program that is supplemented by a solid grounding in a liberal arts education including the history of theatre.
Courses are fully integrated with Theatre at UBC productions; students work on shows in cooperation with faculty and professional staff.
Students usually begin this three-year program after their first year of studies within the Faculty of Arts.
Application to the program is by audition in February. If you have any questions regarding applications, please contact the department.
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Hailing from Seattle, Washington, Erin is a film studies graduate with a drama minor and one of the 20 international students formally enrolled in the UBC Arts Co-op Program. While many students going into the program are still unsure about their career goals, Erin knew from the start what her ultimate dream job would be and how the co-op program would help get her there.
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