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B Performance and Theatre (Acting)

The School of Arts, English and Media’s (TAEM) Bachelor of Performance and Theatre (Acting) is a dynamic course producing industry ready graduates.

Wollongong and its surrounding regions are well known for producing hard working, original artists, who contribute to the thriving local scene as well as having national and international reach.

Our alumni include Clare Bowen (Nashville), Kate Bell (Blue Water High, Home & Away, Neighbours), Kat Hoyos (Here Comes The Habibs) and Stef Dawson (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and Mockingjay Parts 1&2).

We value students with a strong positive attitude toward innovative, collaborative work and a passion for process driven performance.

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Audition information

Entry into the Acting major of the Bachelor of Performance and Theatre is based on a combination of both academic results and audition. Due to the practical nature of this course, all applicants are required to audition to demonstrate their talent and potential to excel in this field.

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, all auditions for 2022 entry must be submitted as links to a digital recording.


Early Admission

If you are an Early Admission applicant who has been contacted and invited to continue to the audition phase, read on!

You need to prepare one of the UOW selected audition pieces and submit it following the digital audition guidelines.


Direct Entry and UAC applicants 

School leavers can apply for entry either through Early Admissions or through UAC. The main offer rounds for UAC applicants are December Round 2 and February Round 1. Be sure to apply by the deadlines.

Other applicants can apply directly to the University.


Course Transfer 

UOW students wishing to transfer into the Bachelor of Performance and Theatre (Acting) should see The Faculty of the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities Course Transfer Procedure for further information 

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