A Minimum of five (5) subjects:
Two (2) CAPE subjects (grades 1 to 5) or ‘A’ level subjects (grades A to E), and three (3) CSEC subjects (grades 1, 2, or 3) or three (3) G. C. E. ‘O’ Level subjects (grades A, B or C or equivalent). NB – English Language is compulsory.
A minimum of five (5) subjects at CSEC grades 1, 2, or 3 or five (5) subjects at G.C.E ‘O’ level grades A, B or C.
School of the Visual Arts:
- Attend an interview
- A portfolio of a minimum of fifteen (15) pieces of artwork. The portfolio should represent the candidate’s development and provide the interview panel with an indication of interests and strengths. Your ability to draw should be represented throughout the portfolio. The work presented might include still-life, landscape, portraits and figure drawings and should demonstrate your use of colour and sense of composition. Three-dimensional work, sculpture and crafts may also be presented.
Schools of the Performing Arts:
School of Music:
- A performance of an instrumental or vocal work of your choice
- A short oral/aural examination in basic ear training and sight singing
- A written theoretical examination paper taken from the School’s placement test
School of Dance:
- A performance of a solo dance work of your choice
- Participation in two dance technique classes (Caribbean Traditional Folk and Modern)
- An interview by the panel
School of Drama:
- Prepare and present two dramatic monologues (one Dialect, the other Standard English)
- Complete an exercise in comprehension, grammar and analytical skills
- An interview regarding your study objectives and your commitment and financial preparedness for the selected programme of study
Arts Management Programme
Applicants in the Arts Management Programme are required to attend an interview.
In addition to meeting similar educational requirements to that of our local students, international students are required to:
- Send a videotape/DVD of performance for assessment for the Schools of Dance and Drama
- An audio cassette or CD for the School of Music.