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Course Overview Modules Entry Requirements How to Apply

Put Your Best Foot Forward on the Dance Stage

Embark on your quest to become the best dance artist you can be, mentored by an international faculty of professional artist-educators.

You will train in contemporary, classical and traditional dance techniques, gaining technical excellency and building a strong artistic foundation in dance performance and creation alike. You will also learn somatic practices, dance education, production and science to support your understanding of dance as a whole and enhance your future job prospects.

Armed with a robust understanding of dance and dance making that you will get to put into practice with our application-based theory and industry-based learning curriculum, you will become a highly sought-after dance artist, both locally and around the world.


Be Immersed in the Richness of Asian and Western Dance

Our conservatory-style approach to dance training means you will become versatile in our hallmarks of Ballet and Contemporary Dance as well as be familiarised with an array of Asian dance and movement practices to develop your flexibility in dance performance and diversity in dance creation.

Think Critically and Creatively about Dance Making

You will sharpen your creative and critical thinking skills as you pursue your studies in the dynamic field of dance. These interdisciplinary skills will enable you to collaborate effectively with your peers in other disciplines for a refreshing take on performance making.

Learn from Leading Artist-Educators

Be immersed in our intercultural and vibrant environment, taught by a reputable faculty comprising of respected local and international dance practitioners. Visiting guests from renowned dance companies and leading independent artists will also impart a wealth of knowledge and firsthand experiences at masterclasses, workshops and talks.

Course Modules

The following course modules are applicable to students enrolled in August 2021 and after. NAFA students enrolled in AY2020/2021 and earlier are to refer to the Diploma Course and Module Information Booklet on the StudentNet for the course modules in your respective years of enrolment.

Code Title Semester Credits
DDN1110

Dance Techniques 1A

This module aims to develop students’ technical and artistic proficiency in Ballet, Contemporary and Asian Movement and Dance at different levels of competency.
1 10
DDN1120

Dance Supplementary Practices 1A

This module aims to prepare students to take on the physical challenges of what is currently trending as well as teach them how to prevent injury, maintain and enhance their personal dance practice.
1 4
DDN1130

Dance in Context 1A

This module aims to introduce students to aspects of culture, production and science to inform their dance practice.
1 2
DDN1140

Dance Performance IA

This module aims to develop practical experience learning and/or creating, rehearsing and presenting dance repertory.
1 2
DDN1210

Dance Techniques 1B

This module aims to develop students’ technical and artistic proficiency in Ballet, Contemporary and Asian Movement and Dance at different levels of competency.
2 10
DDN1220

Dance Supplementary Practices 1B

This module aims to prepare students to take on the physical challenges of what is currently trending as well as teach them how to prevent injury, maintain and enhance their personal dance practice.
2 4
DDN1230

Dance in Context IB

This module aims to introduce students to aspects of culture, production and science to inform their dance practice.
2 2
DDN1240

Dance Performance IB

This module aims to develop practical experience learning and/or creating, rehearsing and presenting dance repertory.
2 2
DDN1000

Professional Development Roadmap 1

This module aims to ensure that students are employable, marketable and relevant in the Dance and related industries. Students are encouraged to take a proactive approach to their professional development.
2 2
DDN2110

Dance Techniques 2A

This module aims to develop students’ technical and artistic proficiency in Ballet, Contemporary and Asian Movement and Dance at different levels of competency.
1 10
DDN2120

Dance Supplementary Practices 2A

This module aims to prepare students to take on the physical challenges of what is currently trending as well as teach them how to prevent injury, maintain and enhance their personal dance practice.
1 4
DDN2130

Dance in Context 2A

This module aims to introduce students to aspects of culture, production and science to support and enhance their dance practice.
1 2
DDN2140

Dance Performance 2A* (Option A)

This module aims to develop practical experience learning and/or creating, rehearsing and presenting dance repertory.
1 2
DDN2150

Dance Creation 2A* (Option A)

This module aims to challenge students with developing dance composition skills to create short group dances. Students will also be introduced to basic music improvisation in relation to dance.
1 2
DDN2210

Dance Techniques 2B

This module aims to develop students’ technical and artistic proficiency in Ballet, Contemporary and Asian Movement and Dance at different levels of competency.
2 10
DDN2220

Dance Supplementary Practices 2B

This module aims to prepare students to take on the physical challenges of what is currently trending as well as teach them how to prevent injury, maintain and enhance their personal dance practice.
2 4
DDN2230

Dance in Context 2B

This module aims to introduce students to aspects of culture, production and science to support and enhance their dance practice.
2 2
DDN2240

Dance Performance 2B* (Option B)

This module aims to develop practical experience learning and/or creating, rehearsing and presenting dance repertory.
2 2
DDN2250

Dance Creation 2B* (Option B)

This module aims to provide Dance students the experience of working collaboratively with other artistic disciplines.
2 2
DDN2013

Industry Project

This module aims to provide students the opportunity to participate in the conceptualisation, planning and execution a dance project.
1 2
DDN2000

Professional Development Roadmap 2

This module aims to ensure that students are employable, marketable and relevant in the Dance and related industries. Students are encouraged to take a proactive approach to their professional development.
2 2
DDN3012

Overseas Immersion* (Taken after Year 2 during the Vacation)

This module aims to provide students the opportunity to develop their global perspective by experiencing an overseas learning environment as well as cultivating an awareness and appreciation of other cultures, preferably in the Asia Pacific region.
Vacation 4
DDN3110

Dance Techniques 3A

This module aims to develop students’ technical and artistic proficiency in Ballet, Contemporary and Asian Movement and Dance at different levels of competency.
1 10
DDN3120

Dance Supplementary Practices 3A

This module aims to prepare students to take on the physical challenges of what is currently trending as well as teach them how to prevent injury, maintain and enhance their personal dance practice.
1 4
DDN3130

Dance in Context 3A

This module aims to consolidate the students’ knowledge and skills related to culture, production, science and education to support and enhance their dance practice.
1 2
DDN3140

Dance Performance 3A* (Option C)

This module aims to develop practical experience learning and/or creating, rehearsing and presenting dance repertory.
1 2
DDN3150

Dance Creation 3A* (Option C)

This module aims to guide students to consolidate dance composition information and skills towards producing a contemporary choreography.
1 2
DDN3210

Dance Techniques 3B

This module aims to develop students’ technical and artistic proficiency in Ballet, Contemporary and Asian Movement and Dance at different levels of competency.
2 10
DDN3220

Dance Supplementary Practices 3B

This module aims to prepare students to take on the physical challenges of what is currently trending as well as teach them how to prevent injury, maintain and enhance their personal dance practice.
2 4
DDN3230

Dance in Context 3B

This module aims to consolidate the students’ knowledge and skills related to culture, production, science and education to support and enhance their dance practice.
2 2
DDN3240

Dance Performance 3B* (Option D)

This module aims to develop practical experience learning and/or creating, rehearsing and presenting dance repertory.
2 2
DDN3250

Dance Creation 3B* (Option D)

This module aims to guide students to consolidate dance composition information and skills towards producing a contemporary choreography.
2 2
DDN3011

Industrial Attachment* (Option E)

This module aims to provide students the opportunity to immerse themselves in the dance or a related industry, where they will be required to apply their dance knowledge and practice their skills in an authentic setting.
1 2
DDN3013

Industry Project* (Option E)

This module aims to provide students the opportunity to participate in the conceptualisation, planning and execution a dance project.
1 2
DDN3000

Professional Development Roadmap

This module aims to ensure that students are employable, marketable and relevant in the Dance and related industries. Students are encouraged to take a proactive approach to their professional development.
2 2
DTD2010

Gemmology*

This module explores the science of gems: formation, history, physical properties, practical applications, and the methods and instruments used in the basic identification of the stones, colours and values.
1 and 2 2
DTD1001

Metalsmithing*

Students are introduced to the basic principles of handling raw materials. They will also learn various methods and materials employed in the fundamental techniques of object making.
1 and 2 2
DTD2020

Introduction to Furniture Design*

This cross-disciplinary elective introduces students to the design principles, ergonomic studies and material application in furniture design with the help of workshop practice, concept ideation and presentation.
1 and 2 2
DTD2043

Introduction to Interior Design*

This cross-disciplinary elective introduces students to the basic principles in interior design, with an emphasis on programming, space planning, colour scheme and furniture arrangement for residential design.
1 and 2 2
DDM2900

Design and Brand Strategy*

This module allows students to discover the framework and strategies of developing a successful brand expression through case studies and analysis. Students will develop a critical understanding of the social (cultures of consumption) and psychological (emotions in marketing) aspects integrated within the context, which will allow students to develop the ability to make good design decisions.
1/2 4
DDM2901

Digital Photography and Publication*

In this module, students will learn to use photography as a medium of expression and communication. Students would explore the different perspectives of story-telling through images, and be equipped with the skills to compile them into a publication.
1/2 4
DDM2902

Packaging Design*

This module allows students to explore the different forms and functions of packaging design to provide packaging solutions that are appealing, functional and sustainable.
1/2 4
DFS2006

History of Asian Costume*

This module will expose students to Asian elements relating to fashion. Countries and topics covered include Malaysia/Indonesia (Kebaya), India (Sari), China (Cheong Sam and Qi Pao), Thailand (Traditional Court Uniform), Japan (Kimono) and Korea (Hanbok).
2 2
DFS2209

Costume Design*

This module allows students to gain knowledge in designing the styles and costumes in theatre, film or television productions. They will be exposed to topics such as reading and analysis of scripts, creation of the mood and style for a production, communication with the Director, distinguishing of characters, and planning of costume plot.
1/2 4
DFS1205

Textile Design and Innovation 1*

Students will be introduced to various techniques of textile decoration, such as screen-printing and laser cutting to develop their own decorative textiles and prints.
2 2
DFS2105

Textile Design and Innovation 2*

This module explores the manipulation of fabrics through dyeing, shibori, bonding, embossing and weaving to create distinctive textiles.
1 2
DFA1001

Introduction to Painting*

Students are introduced to the basic tools, materials and techniques in watercolour and acrylic painting. Topics covered include still life and landscapes.
1 and 2 2
DFA1003

Introduction to Printmaking*

Students are introduced to the basic tools, materials and techniques in printmaking. Topics covered include mono-print, woodcut and simple stencil printing technique.
1 and 2 2
DFA1008

Introduction to Gong Bi*

This module covers fundamental principles involved in bird and flower compositions, and the line drawing and painting techniques specific to Gong Bi.
2 2
DFA1011

Figure Drawing*

This module helps students develop the visual and technical skills necessary for portrait and figure drawing. Students work in a variety of media, with an emphasis on charcoal.
1 and 2 2
DAM2094

Arts Management Fundamentals*

This cross-disciplinary elective allows non-Arts Management students to explore management concepts and practices that are relevant to the arts and culture industry. Basic yet essential knowledge and skills in management, including skills unique to arts management, are explored in this module, and students are encouraged to observe, analyse and apply these skills in the day-to-day practice of the arts. Students will learn essential arts management skills and apply them in planning and decision-making within the context of running an arts company or organising an arts event.
1 and 2 2
DAM2095

Introduction to Arts Marketing*

This cross-disciplinary elective aims to equip students with basic marketing knowledge and skills essential to all artists. Students will be introduced to the key concepts of marketing and how it is applied to the arts. Students will also learn what motivates audiences to support the arts as well as the basic skills in how to market and promote their artworks.
1 and 2 2
DMU1041

Instrumental Studies: Guitar*

This module provides a foundation on classical guitar technique, with emphasis on effective hand positioning and a strong grasp of the rudiments of music.
2 1/2
DMU1042

Instrumental Studies: Gamelan*

This module provides students with the practical skills of playing Javanese Gamelan, from simple to slightly complex pieces, up to the level of Irama II.
1/2 2
ACE1001

Speech Presentations*

Speech Presentations is a course in writing and presenting speeches. It will impart skills that students need to present their ideas effectively in public. In a supportive classroom environment, students will learn to communicate their ideas effectively using verbal and written techniques.
1 and 2 2
ACE1101

Business Communication*

This module will cover the full spectrum of communications in the workplace; this ranges from effective online correspondences, to report writing, and verbal communication skills.
1 and 2 2
ACE1102

Entrepreneurship in the Arts*

This module will cover the different models of entrepreneurship in the arts industry, and strategies to succeed independently. Students are guided to create personal value and build a productive start-up in the arts with available resources (e.g., intelligence, insight, ethics, initiative and influence).
1 and 2 2
ACE1103

Starting Your Own Business*

This module informs students with essential knowledge in setting up a business. Students develop business literacy through learning basic business principles and processes such as licensing, financial management, start-up operations, and consumer behaviour.
1 and 2 2
ACR2000

Singapore Arts Scene*

This module creates awareness in students of issues and trends in the arts scene, and develops critical thinking skills through problem-based learning.
1 and 2 2
IDP2001

Interdisciplinary Project 2A*

This module is an open platform of at least 2 disciplines, designed to introduce students to identify shared concepts and methods of the various disciplines. It aims to expose students to insights of the various disciplines, and become competent to integrate knowledge from multiple disciplines.
1 or 2
2
IDP2002

Interdisciplinary Project 2B*

This module is an open platform of at least 2 disciplines, designed to introduce students to identify shared concepts and methods of the various disciplines. It aims to expose students to insights of the various disciplines, and become competent to integrate knowledge from multiple disciplines.
1 or 2 4
IDP3001

Interdisciplinary Project 3A*

This module is an open platform of at least 2 disciplines, designed to engage students in identifying shared concepts and methods of the various disciplines. It provides insights of the various disciplines through an interdisciplinary environment, and raise new questions using interdisciplinary perspectives.
1 or 2
2
IDP3002

Interdisciplinary Project 3B*

This module is an open platform of at least 2 disciplines, designed to engage students in identifying shared concepts and methods of the various disciplines. It provides insights of the various disciplines through an interdisciplinary environment, and raise new questions using interdisciplinary perspectives.
1 or 2 4

*Electives

Option (A): Students take one of two dance options (A) in Semester 1. The other dance option (A) may be taken as an Elective in Semester 1.
Option (B): Students take one of two dance options (B) in Semester 2. The other dance option (B) may be taken as an Elective in Semester 2.
Option (C): Students take one of two dance options (C) in Semester 1. The other dance option (C) may be taken as an Elective in Semester 1.
Option (D): Students take one of two dance options (D) in Semester 2. The other dance option (D) may be taken as an Elective in Semester 2.
Option (E): Students take one of two dance options (E) in Semester 1 or 2. The other dance option (E) may be taken as an Elective in Semester 1 or 2.

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entry requirements

NAFA hopes to attract applicants with the potential to become excellent arts practitioners. Applicants are selected by merit, based on the following criteria:

  • Potential in Artistic Talent and Creativity
  • Educational Qualification
  • Language Proficiency
  • Special Factor
  • Age Requirement
  • Module Exemption

Selection is competitive and is subject to the availability of places. However, the Academy may give consideration to talented applicants who excel in Artistic Talent and Creativity, but have not fully met the education qualification stated.
Find out about the specific entry requirements that apply to you.


Audition

You are required to attend an audition. The audition consists of two sections - Practical Assessment and Interview.

  • You are required to report to the audition venue 30 minutes earlier to register, warm up and change into appropriate attire for dancing. You must bring your own attire.
  • The audition may take up to 2 hours.

Practical Assessment
You are expected to prepare and perform two contrasting solos of any dance genre/style (e.g. Ballet and Cultural Dance; Chinese classical dance and Chinese folk dance). Each dance should not exceed 90 seconds. The solo dance can be choreographed by yourself or by someone else (e.g. your dance teacher). You are required to bring your own music which can played from a CD or from your own media device (e.g. phone, tablet, MP3 player with a 3.5mm audio output jack. A costume (e.g. tutu for female ballet classical solo) may be worn. Through your performance, assessors will evaluate your:

  • Technique - coordination, control and alignment
  • Artistry - spatial awareness, musicality, dynamic range and performance quality
  • Fitness - strength, control, flexibility, coordination, speed, stamina and stretch

Interview
You are expected to discuss why you want to study dance during the interview. You will be evaluated based on your:

  • Existing knowledge of and experience in dance performance
  • Dance-related interests and career aspirations
  • Dance proclivity and learning attitude

Applicants who are unable to attend a live audition may request for an online audition. For the Practical Assessment, applicants can choose to perform the two solos through the Internet or submit a current pre-recorded performance. Both options will be followed by an online interview.

Minimum Educational Qualifications Required

  • Singapore-Cambridge GCE ‘O’ Level: Aggregate score of 25 points or better in 4 GCE ‘O’ Level subjects, excluding English.

    Applicants who are active in their Secondary Schools’ Co-curricular Activities (CCA) may gain up to 2 CCA points. The CCA points can be used to improve their EQ aggregate score for admission consideration.

    Types of bonus points No. of bonus points awarded
    Grades of A1–A2 2 points
    Grades of B3–C6 1 point
  • Singapore Integrated Programme: Successful completion of Year 4 or higher.
  • School of The Arts (SOTA): Successful completion of Year 4 or higher.
  • Institute of Technical Education (ITE): Full-time Higher Nitec or Nitec.

Minimum Qualifications Required
International applicants who have completed at least 10 years of education are eligible to apply. Relevant supporting evidence of applicants’ achievements in the arts must be submitted with the application.

If the earliest you are able to submit your full results is mid-2023, you may use your most recent school examination or preliminary examination results, which must be certified by your school, for application.

Overseas Educational Qualifications Accepted

China

  • Senior High School Leaving Certificate Examination
  • National College Entrance Examination (NCEE), also known as “Gao-kao”

India

Secondary School Certificate (Standard X) from:

  • The Central Board of Secondary Education Examinations (CBSE)
  • The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (ISCE)
  • Other certificates equivalent to GCE ‘O’ Level

Indonesia

  • Sekolah Menengah Atas /Umum (SMA/SMU) National Final Evaluation Examination*
    *Good SMA/SMU/High School Year 10 and 11 results will be considered.

Korea

  • High School Graduation Certificate of National Examination (Year 11/Year 12)

Malaysia

  • Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) Examination
  • Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia (STPM) Examination
  • Unified Examination Certificate (UEC) Examination

Myanmar

  • Basic Education High School Examination/Matriculation

Philippines

  • High School Diploma/Certificate

Sri Lanka

  • Sri Lanka General Certificate of Education - Ordinary Levels

Taiwan

  • General Scholastic Ability Test (GSAT)
  • Senior Secondary School (Grade 11 / Grade 12))

Thailand

  • High School Year 12*
    *Good High School Year 10 and 11 results will be considered

Vietnam

  • High School Year 11 Results
  • High School Diploma (Year 12)
  • Diploma in arts-related studies

Other Qualifications

  • General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE)
  • Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE)
  • International Baccalaureate Middle Year Programme (IB MYP)
  • International Baccalaureate Diploma (IBDP)
  • International Baccalaureate Career-related Certificate (IBCC)
  • International Baccalaureate Certificate

The minimum English Language proficiency requirement:

  • Grade D7 at GCE ‘O’ Levels
  • TOEFL iBT 40
  • TOEFL 400
  • IELTS Academic Band 4
  • SAT score of 450 (Evidence-Based Reading and Writing component)
  • Duolingo score of 55
  • Qualifications equivalent to any of the above

Applicants who do not meet the English Language proficiency requirement for the applied diploma course will have the option to enrol in the NAFA Preparatory English Course (PEC). Prior to enrolment in the PEC, applicants are required to submit their English Language proficiency scores from certification systems such as TOEFL, IELTS or Duolingo. They will be placed in the appropriate module(s) – Pre-intermediate Level English and/or Intermediate Level English or Supplementary English as determined by the submitted scores. 

Recognition is accorded for prior achievements in areas relevant to intended studies.

Applicants should be 16 years of age or above in the year they are admitted to Year 1 of the diploma course.

The Early Admissions Exercise (EAE) allows applicants to apply for and receive conditional admission to NAFA prior to receiving their final grades.

The EAE is open to graduating GCE O Level students, final-year Nitec and Higher Nitec students from the Institute of Technical Education, IP or IB Year 4 students.

Applicants applying via Diploma EAE will go through the following process and timeline:

Process Period
Application 13 Jun to 24 Jun 2022
Portfolio Submission/Audition 13 Jun to 8 Jul 2022
Offer & Acceptance 8 Aug to 19 Aug 2022

Process


Applicants to:
  • Submit Portfolio for courses under the School of Art and Design (3D Design/Design & Media/ Fashion Studies/Fine Art) (No Admission Test for EAE)
  • Submit Personal Statement and Testimonial for Diploma in Arts Management
  • Attend Audition for courses under Dance, Music and Theatre Programme

Please refer to the section ‘Potential in Artistic Talent and Creativity’ for more information about the above.


Offer and Acceptance
  • Applicants will receive notification of the application outcome via email. Successful applicants should confirm acceptance of their offers by the deadline stipulated
  • Applicants who accept their offers at this stage will be guaranteed a place, as long as they meet the criteria stated under Entry Requirement

Withdrawal
  • Should applicants wish to withdraw their acceptance, they must submit their withdrawal notice to [email protected]
  • Applicants who had accepted their EAE offer but fail to make the required payment by the stipulated deadline will have their offers withdrawn
  • Applicants who fail to meet the admission criteria will have their offers withdrawn

Entry Requirements for EAE


Eligibility Criteria:

For O-Level Students
Students who have registered to sit for the GCE O-Level examinations in the year of Early Admission Exercise (EAE)

Secondary 4/5 Mid-Year Examination Results with aggregate score of 25 points or better in 4 GCE O-Level subjects, excluding English.

For ITE Students
ITE students who are in their final year of study of their Nitec and Higher Nitec course may use their latest examination results to apply for EAE, with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0

For the AY2023 intake, ITE students who are completing their Nitec course in June or December 2022 or Higher Nitec course in September 2022 or March 2023 are eligible to apply for admission.

For Integrated Programme (IP)/ International Baccaularette (IB) Year 4 Students
IP and IB Year 4 students may use their mid-year examination results to apply for EAE.

Confirmation of Conditional Offers for Diploma Admission

Successful applicants for the EAE will be given conditional offers and are still required to submit following document, as applicable:
  • GCE O-Level results with an aggregate of not more than 25 points for 4 subjects excluding English
  • Certificate and Academic Transcript for Nitec or Higher Nitec
  • Completion of IP Year 4 (End-Year Examination Results)
  • Completion of IB Year 4 (End-Year Examination Results)
Any applicant who fail to provide documentary evidence of having met the admission requirements by the deadline stipulated by NAFA will have his/her conditional offer withdrawn.

Applicants may receive module exemption of up to 60 credits, if they have taken and passed the same or similar modules in another institution. The granting of exemption and advanced standing may be subject to applicants passing a Portfolio Interview, Audition or Admission Test. Application for module exemption may be subject to a Portfolio Interview or Audition.

Applicants with GCE A-Level, International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma and IB Career-Related Certificate (IBCC)

Applicants who have completed GCE A-Level or IB Diploma will be eligible to be considered for module exemption (up to 40 credits) in the relevant courses. Applicants from SOTA who have completed Year 4 and above are eligible to receive advanced standing (Year 1, Semester 2 or Year 2, Semester 1) in relevant Diploma courses subject to their final or preliminary examination results.

At NAFA, we are committed to providing full and equal educational opportunities to all students. The Academy firmly believes that every individual deserves a supportive learning environment. Applicants are invited to inform us in advance of any specific needs, and/or type of physical facilities or support you might require. Please include this information in your application form, supplemented with the relevant medical reports. This will allow us to plan the appropriate learning support for you.


How to Apply

Take the leap! A promising future in dance awaits.

Apply online
Apply online here from 3 January 2023.

Print out the Application Acknowledgement for your reference and submit copies* of the following documents

Print out the Application Acknowledgement for your reference and submit copies* of the following documents to the Student Admissions Office, NAFA Campus 1, for verification within five working days from the date of your online application.
*You will need to bring the original NRIC/Passport and academic documents for authenticity check during submission.

  • Academic certificates and transcripts, e.g. GCE A-Level/GCE O-Level/ITE and GCE N-Level/other equivalent qualifications including TOEFL, TOEFL iBT, IELTS Academic or SAT result, if applicable
  • NRIC or passport or valid Student’s Pass

Make payment of the Application Fee at the cashier counter in NAFA or online

Make payment of the Application Fee at the cashier counter in NAFA or online at https://payment.nafa.edu.sg/Students.
Applicants who are paying online will be required to upload the above documents during application. Receive a test advisory on the date of your audition from the Student Admissions Office.

Attend an audition

Attend the audition at NAFA with the required materials as indicated in the test advisory.

Receive a letter by post/email

Receive a letter by post/email on the outcome of your application within 4 – 6 weeks after your Interview or Audition.