Degree programme specification

Applicants for studies in both specialisations prepare the assigned written papers, whose basis consists of a written analysis of a selected dramatic text and a professional reflection on a production they spectated – the assigned papers are then discussed with the committee. The supplied own original body of work and the level of applicants’ talent are also evaluated. The entrance interview strives to test the applicant’s motivations, their interest in theatre, knowledge of the field and cultural events in general. In entrance examinations, the applicant work with acting students on assigned stage etudes. Part of the admission procedure is to test the language skills of individual applicants, who must also pass a psychological personality test. The talent exam consists of two rounds.

Study plans

Admission Procedures
Přijímací řízení 2024 BcA RTDS, ČR, DD, DV, TPDV, SC
Submission deadline until midnight 30/11/2023

Studies

  • Objectives

    DRAMA DIRECTION

    The aim of this study plan is to provide students with basic theoretical competence and knowledge and acquaint them with specific practical theatrical activities. At the same time, the creative component of dramaturgical talent is also developed, mainly in the form of seminars.

    THEATRE DRAMATURGY

    The aim of this study plan is to provide students with basic theoretical competence and knowledge and acquaint them with specific practical theatrical activities. Besides the fields of theory and history, the creative component of dramaturgical talent is also developed.

  • Occupational Profiles of Graduates

    DRAMA DIRECTION

    Bachelor’s degree graduates can find employment as:

    Directors in studio theatres and other types of smaller theatres;

    Direction assistants in theatres (consultation with the director on the concept of the production, keeping the directing book, assistance in organising the production behind the scenes – monitoring the work of technicians, props and other stage components, organisation of external actors in the production, direction over partial sequences);

    Assistant directors in radio, television, film (directing extras scenes);

    Sound directors (radio, dubbing, television);

    Directors (manager, dramaturge) of agency activities;

    Executive production managers in theatre, television or film;

    Primary art school teachers (drama courses);

    A certain number of graduates of the bachelor’s study programme is also prepared – subject to meeting the requirements of the admission procedure – for the follow-up master’s degree study programme Drama Direction.

    FAMOUS GRADUATES

    Juraj Augustín

    Ivan Buraj

    Martin Cicvák

    Hana Mikolášková-Kovaríková

    Janka Ryšánek-Schmidtová

    THEATRE DRAMATURGY

    Bachelor’s degree graduates can find employment as:

    lecturers in theatres;

    programme-organisational workers in agencies;

    theatre press editors;

    public relations officers of theatres;

    editors, moderators, anchors for culture and theatre in the media;

    editors of cultural sections of some periodicals;

    reviewers for the field of theatre;

    primary art school teachers (drama courses).

    FAMOUS GRADUATES

    David Drozd

    Vladimír Fekar

    Matej Nytra

    Viktorie Knotková

    Katerina Menclová

Basic information

Abbreviation
Rez_Dram:B
Type
Bachelor's degree programme
Profile
academic
Degree
BcA.
Length of studies
3 years
Language of instruction
Czech Czech

6
estimated number of admitted
13
number of active students
10
number of theses/dissertations

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