Rambert School, since its first incarnation under Marie Rambert some one hundred years ago, has been associated with a reflective, innovative and individualised approach to teaching, learning and making dance. The School continues and cherishes this tradition.
The work of the School carries on in recognition that dance is a vocation, and that many practising artists (especially dance artists) require an unusual level of energy, commitment and dedication in order to succeed in their profession.
The School is recognised internationally as one of the small group of first-level professional dance schools of the world. In order to remain so, and to support its students (given the demands they must confront), it is clear that Rambert School must provide a contained, bordered and protected environment through which an unusual, special and intense level of energy and professionalism is created, respected, treasured and sustained.
|Programme||Foundation Degree Ballet and Contemporary Dance
BA (Hons) Top Up Ballet and Contemporary Dance
MA Professional Dance Performance
MA Dance Research for Professional Practitioners
|School||School of Arts|
|Division||Arts and Humanities|
|Academic School Liaison Officer||Dr Freya Vass-Rhee|
|Deputy Chair of Board of Examiners||Amanda Britton|
Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance
- Foundation Degree Ballet and Contemporary Dance
- BA (Hons) Top Up Ballet and Contemporary Dance
All programmes are subject to the University's conventions as expressed in the Credit Framework.