BA Classical Ballet

Bachelor´s degree programme in classical ballet (180 credits)

BA Classical Ballet

The Bachelor's degree programme in classical ballet aims to assist aspiring young dancers reach their fullest potential in a professional, inspiring and healthy environment. The curriculum focuses mainly on regular classical ballet classes and other ballet related subjects such as: repertoire, pointe work, pas de deux etc. The course also consists of additional subjects that are relevant for a dancer’s profession today: choreography and improvisation, modern dance, anatomy, nutrition and injury prevention, career planning and other theoretical subjects.

— Accepts students from 15 years of age
— Maximum 10 students per year
— Excellent facilities
— Close collaboration with the Norwegian National Ballet
— No tuition fee required
— Experienced international teachers: Tania Rodriguez, Josephine Jewkes, Jahn Magnus Johansen, Richard Suttie, Zoltan Szolnoki, Tim Almaas

Students are members of the Student Welfare Organization, which can provide housing, healthcare etc.
 

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A film showing extracts from ballet classes and performance preparation, autumn 2011 by 2nd and 3rd year students at Balletthøgskolen, Oslo National Academy of the Arts.

Teachers: Ellen Kjellberg and Richard Suttie
Filmed & Edited by: Oda Hveem
Music: Petter Wiik

We aim to educate dancers to become proficient enough to work with the Norwegian National Ballet and other international companies. The course is based upon a close collaboration between the Norwegian National Ballet and their school.

All students gain performance experience throughout the course of study. There are a variety of regular performances and the school has many facilities to accommodate for these, from smaller studio showings to larger professional performances. All graduating students experience a period of internship with the Norwegian National Ballet.

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Preparation and participation in relevant ballet competitions can also be included as a part of the degree programme. Some of our dancers have competed in:
- Prix de Lausanne
- Helsinki International Ballet Competition
- Nordic Baltic Ballet Competition
- Jeune Ballet Mediterranean

BA Classical Ballet

Facilities
Classes are held in excellent facilities in the Oslo National Academy of the Arts (KHiO), Performing arts. The facilities include: nine studios, nine stages, gym, saunas, physiotherapy.

Housing and Welfare
Students become members of the Student Welfare Organization (SIO). SiO provides a variety of housing options, health services, fitness centers, Norway's largest student bookshop, cafes and café-bars, free advice service, free career guidance and inexpensive child day-care places.
On campus there are numerous free student performances (dance, opera and theatre), visual arts exhibitions and a student house.

BA Classical Ballet

Language requirements
Foreign students are required to have knowledge of spoken and written English to benefit from the programme. Our international staff provides education in English as well as Norwegian language.

Proficiency in English. All applicants must be proficient in English.  Applicants with educational background from either outside of the Nordic countries, or from non-English-speaking countries, must demonstrate English proficiency by passing the TOEFL, http://www.ets.org/toefl, or the IELTS,http://www.ielts.org/, test (minimum score of 5.0), or with a high school transcript showing the completion of a minimum of 7 years of study of English as primary foreign language.

Entry requirements
Applicants to the Bachelor´s degree progamme should be a minimum of 15 years of age and have completed secondary education.
Entry is by means of entrance examinations comprising dance classes, an interview and physical tests. Applicants should be extremely gifted dancers, particularly in classical ballet. Auditions are held March 1st 2015 in London and March 19th-21st 2015 in Oslo.
Up to six students are admitted each year. The next closing date for applications is February 10th of 2015.

BA Classical Ballet

Admission for international applicants
The Academy of Dance welcomes qualified international students from around the world to apply for our programs.
Please register your application in the KHiO’s online application system - SøknadsWeb. The system will be open for registration from 1 December. Submit your Application form and requires supporting documents within the application deadline.

Application attachment 2015
Transcript of records / mark sheet
Certificates and references
Statement of purpose / letter of intent
Portrait

Hand the medical informasjon to the jury the first day of the audition. Do not upload the form on SøknadsWeb.

The results of your audition will be announced at opptakscenekunstbloggen.

International students may find information on studies in Norway at: www.studyinnorway.no

- Application attachment 2015
- Transcript of Records /mark sheet
- Certificates and references
- Statement of purpose/letter of intent
- Portrait
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Tution Fees and living expenses
Oslo National Academy of the Arts (KHiO) is funded by the Norwegian Government and has no tuition fees. Students only pay a semester fee for SiO, NOK 550.
Students must cover all living expenses in Norway. The cost of living is estimated to be  NOK 97,850 per school year.

Grants
Many of our dancers have received grants from:
Thorleif Dahls ballettfond
Carina Ari stiftelsen (Swedish citizens)
More Norwegian grants are available from legathandboken. http://legathandboken.no/

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Alumni
All former full-time students may become alumni upon leaving Oslo National Academy of the Arts.
Our alumni receive newsletters allowing you to keep up-to-date with the School’s news and activities.

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Career opportunities
Graduate dancers audition for apprentice contracts with Nasjonalballetten (Norwegian National abllet).
Graduates of the Schoolhave/have had engagements in the following companies: Nasjonalballetten (Norway), Stockholmsoperaen (Sweden), Netherlands Dance Theatre (Holland), Ballet Rambert (England), Kielballetten (Germany), Aalto Ballet Teater Essen (Germany), Theater Vainemune (Estland), Operaen i Lodz (Poland), Theater Würzburg (Germany), Ballet Teatro de Torino (Italy), Vienna Festival Ballet (England), Kroatian National Ballet (Kroatia), Connecticut Ballet (USA), Eifmann Ballet (Russia), Theater Krefeld-Mönchengladbach (Germany), It Danza  (Spain), DANTZAZ Konpainia (Spain), Les Ballets de Monte Carlo, Gøteborgsoperaen (Sweden) and Norwegian dance companies like: Ingun Bjørnsgaard Prosjekt, Carte Blanche, Jo Strømgren Kompani, Herstay, Øyvind Jørgensen Produksjoner, Karen Foss Quiet Works and DansDesign ect.

For more information email: opptakscenekunst@khio.no

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BA Contemporary Dance

Three-year course (180 credits)

The programme is intended to train dancers for established Norwegian and foreign ballet companies, institutional theatres, the free dance environment, advertising, reviews, film and TV – and for various initiatives targeted at schools and the business community. A further aim is for students to learn to create their own workplace.

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A film showing extracts from modern and contemporary classes, rehearsals and performances. Students participating are from the 1st, 2nd and 3rd year Bachelor Contemporary Dance.

Teachers and choreographers: Kristin Inao, Lise Tiller Sikkeland, Christopher Arouni, Anne Grete Eriksen and Stian Danielsen
Filmed & Edited by: Millimedia AS
Head of Bachelor Contemporary Dance: Monique Skavlan Sunderland

Dance techniques and on-stage communication make up the main part of the course. Students also create their own works through the study of choreography. There are also classes in musical subjects, nutrition, anatomy and physical training. The theoretical subjects concentrate on dance and music history, but students also take more general arts subjects such as aesthetics and philosophy.

At the start of the course each student undergoes a physical examination and has an individual training programme drawn up for him/her in conjunction with the Centre for Elite Sports. The Oslo Sports Trauma Research Centre (NIMI) helps the students to avoid injuries, and physiotherapists are available throughout the course.

Admission
Admission is by means of entrance examinations comprising dance classes, an interview and physical tests. Applicants must be extremely gifted dancers, particularly in modern and contemporary dance. A general university admission certificate is required, although exceptions may be made for applicants who show particular talent. Students select a specialisation on admission, but the first year of the course is the same as for the bachelor’s programme in jazz dance.

Eight students are admitted each year. The entrance examinations are held between the winter holiday and Easter. The next closing date for applications is February 1st 2014.

Admission for international applicants
The Academy of Dance welcomes qualified international students from around the world to apply for our programs. International students may find information on studies in Norway at: www.studyinnorway.no

How to apply
Register your application in the KHiO’s online application system - SøknadsWeb. The system will be open for registration from 1 December.
Submit your Application form and requires supporting documents within the application deadline.
The results of your audition will be announced at opptakscenekunstbloggen.
You will find the application form and medical information form at our Norwegian website (in Norwegian only).

Register
On this page you must choose a personal pin code.  Upon registration you will receive an email confirming your registration. The email includes an application number (søkernummer). You will need the application number to check the results of the auditions. Information regarding auditions will be sent to the email registered at SøknadsWeb.

Contact information
On this page you must enter your correct postal address in your home country. Please make sure to enter both postal code/zip code and city. Click on "OK - save" to continue. You will then be directed to the application page.

My application
On the application page you must complete the application you by choosing bachelor or master programs in a prioritized order.

Upload documents
On this page you may upload the relevant documents for your application:
- Application form
- Transcript of Records /mark sheet
- Certificates and references
- Statement of purpose/letter of intent
- Portrait

Hand The Medical information form to the jury the first day of the audition. Do not upload the form on SøknadsWeb.

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BA Jazz Dance

Three-year course (180 credits)

The programme is intended to train dancers for the free dance environment, institutional theatres, advertising, reviews, film and TV – and for various initiatives targeted at schools and the business community. A further aim is for students to learn to create their own workplace.

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A film showing extracts from jazz and hiphop classes, rehearsals and performances. Students participating are from the 1st, 2nd and 3rd year Bachelor jazz dance.

Teachers and choreographers: Subjazz, Toni Ferraz, Jens Trinidad and Alexandre Magno
Filmed & Edited by: Millimedia AS
Head of Bachelor Jazzdance: Merete Lingjærde

Dance techniques and on-stage communication make up the main part of the course. Students also create their own works through the study of choreography. There are also classes in musical subjects, nutrition, anatomy and physical training. The theoretical subjects concentrate on dance and music history, but students also take more general arts subjects such as aesthetics and philosophy.

At the start of the course each student undergoes a physical examination and has an individual training programme drawn up for him/her in conjunction with the Centre for Elite Sports. The Oslo Sports Trauma Research Centre (NIMI) helps the students to avoid injuries, and physiotherapists are available throughout the course.

Admission

Admission is by means of entrance examinations comprising dance classes, an interview and physical tests. Applicants must be extremely gifted dancers, particularly in modern and contemporary dance. A general university admission certificate is required, although exceptions may be made for applicants who show particular talent. Students select a specialisation on admission, but the first year of the course is the same as for the bachelor’s programme in modern dance and contemporary dance.

Eight students are admitted each year. The entrance examinations are held between the winter holiday and Easter. The next closing date for applications is February 1st 2014.

Admission for international applicants
The Academy of Dance welcomes qualified international students from around the world to apply for our programs. International students may find information on studies in Norway at: www.studyinnorway.no

How to apply
Register your application in the KHiO’s online application system - SøknadsWeb. The system will be open for registration from 1 December.
Submit your Application form and requires supporting documents within the application deadline.
The results of your audition will be announced at opptakscenekunstbloggen.
You will find the application form and medical information form at our Norwegian website (in Norwegian only).

Register
On this page you must choose a personal pin code.  Upon registration you will receive an email confirming your registration. The email includes an application number (søkernummer). You will need the application number to check the results of the auditions. Information regarding auditions will be sent to the email registered at SøknadsWeb.

Contact information
On this page you must enter your correct postal address in your home country. Please make sure to enter both postal code/zip code and city. Click on "OK - save" to continue. You will then be directed to the application page.

My application
On the application page you must complete the application you by choosing bachelor or master programs in a prioritized order.

Upload documents
On this page you may upload the relevant documents for your application:
- Application form
- Transcript of Records /mark sheet
- Certificates and references
- Statement of purpose/letter of intent
- Portrait

Hand The Medical information form to the jury the first day of the audition. Do not upload the form on SøknadsWeb.

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MA Choreography

Two-year course (120 credits)

The Master study in Choreography is a 2 year, in-depth advanced study programme: It aims to educate choreographers as creative artists, enabling them to work independently within both traditional and new art forms.

Exposure to an array of choreographic methods, approaches and principles will foster experiences and insights of choreographic praxis within dance art. The programme accentuates collaboration and communication as well as international orientation, providing challenges and resources that stimulate students to develop and deepen their individual projects. The study shall give students competences that can enable them to work as  choreographers and creative artists in both the independent art scene, established companies and institutions, and to play an active role within art and society. 
A Degree of Master of Fine Arts in Choreography qualifies the student for the Norwegian Artistic Research Fellowship Programme and other relevant doctoral programmes.

Curriculum for Masters in Choreography

Admission

The Master's programme is based on a three-year bachelor's degree in choreography or dance (180 credits). Applicants must also demonstrate choreographic practice. Other relevant education and/ or qualifications that may demonstrate the necessary professional qualifications, may also qualify for admission.

Admission to the Master’s programme takes place in three phases:

1. formal assessment of the application and the applicant's qualifications

2. assessment of the professional skills and artistic attainment of the project presentation

3. entrance tests, which may consist of choreographic assignments and writing tasks, as well as interviews

The closing date for applications is February 1st 2015.

How to apply
Register your application in the KHiO’s online application system - SøknadsWeb. The system will be open for registration from December 2014.
Submit your Application form and required supporting documents within the application deadline, February 1st 2015.
The results of your audition will be announced at opptakscenekunstbloggen.
You will find the application form at our Norwegian website (in Norwegian only).

For questions regarding admission, please send an email to: postmottak@khio.no Mark the email with Master in Choreography.

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MA programme in Dance

The master programme in dance is a two-year, fulltime programme which builds on a bachelor degree in dance or equivalent education. This degree is a specialised programme at postgraduate level and is intended for students who wish to work independently as dancers at a high international level. The programme’s aim is to develop and stimulate the students own artistic identities as practical, reflective and creative dance artists who can push the boundaries of the discipline, bring in new perspectives and strive toward challenging artistic expression. 

MA programme in Dance


The master programme also emphasises knowledge about the history of art and dance, tradition and the contemporary situation in the performing arts as an essential foundation for innovative work. The programme will give the student tools to unite analytical, theoretical work with bodily expression.
The master programme qualifies the student to work both nationally and internationally as a dancer within the free arts and in established dance companies, as well as within other contexts within art and society.

The programme gives 120 credits. The programme qualifies for the National Scholarship Programme for artistic development work and other relevant doctoral programmes.
The teaching language for this programme is Norwegian. In addition will some of the teaching be conducted in other Scandinavian languages or in English.

Overview of curricula (in Norwegian)

MA programme in Dance

Admission to the Master programme in Dance
All applicants must complete an application form, upload a letter of motivation of approximately 1 A4 page and upload a description of dance work and specialisation of a possible master thesis. This description may include one or more artistic actors.
First an assessment of the applicant’s formal qualifications will be conducted. Applicants who meet the formal admissions requirements will be called in for auditions and interviews. This will take place at The Academy of Dance at Oslo National Academy of the Arts.

The auditions will consist of at least two different dance classes which will also contain composition and improvisational tasks. Applicants must, in addition, show a solo work of maximum 4 minutes. In the interview the applicant’s motivation will be emphasised, as well as their reflective and communicative skills. The applicant will also have the opportunity to elaborate on the written materials that have been sent in.  

An overall evaluation of the applicant will be made based on the following criteria:
•    The description of and reflection around independent artistic dance work
•    Artistic dance expression, individuality and creativity
•    Technical expertise in dance
•    Motivation
•    Personal qualities

Further information about the practical auditions will be given directly to applicants who will be invited to auditions.
Up to 6 applicants will be accepted onto the programme

How to apply
Register your application in the KHiO’s online application system - SøknadsWeb (link will come).
Submit your Application form and required supporting documents within the application deadline, March 15th 2015.

Application attachment 2015, link will come ..

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Practical educational dance programme

One-year full-time course (60 credits)

The practical educational dance programme (PPU) is funded through the Ministry of Education and Research’s Outline plan for practical educational programmes. Applicants must have completed academic or vocational studies and have professional experience. The programme comprises educational science (30 credits), teaching theory (30 credits) and 12-14 weeks’ practical training.

Instruction takes the form of meetings, with three meetings in each semester. The practical training is organised both as ‘on-the-spot’ practice and as ongoing practical training.

PPU qualifies students to work as a single-subject teacher at intermediate and secondary level in the compulsory school system, and in upper-secondary schools and adult education. The PPU in dance also aims to equip students to teach dance to pre-school children and in the voluntary sector, e.g. in schools of performing arts and private ballet schools, and to work as college teachers. The PPU in dance also provides the necessary skills to rehearse professional dancers in cultural institutions.

Language requirements

The PPU course is taught in Norwegian and require communicative skills in Norwegian. All applicants with education outside the Nordic region must document sufficient knowledge of Norwegian. These requirements have been specified by The Norwegian Agency for Quality Assurance in Education (NOKUT).

Admission

Admission to PPU is based on the rules and guidelines from the Ministry of Education and Research in force at any time. Applicants must
either hold a general university admission certificate, have completed a three-year college course in dance or choreography and be at least 23 years old;
or hold a general university admission certificate, have completed professional training in dance or choreography and have at least five years’ dance-related experience;
or have proven skills, be at least 25 years old, and have completed professional training in dance or choreography and have at least five years’ dance-related experience.

Applicants may be called for practical examinations. Eight students are admitted each year. The closing date for applications is April 1st 2013.

 

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FAQ

Can I apply?
If you apply to our undergraduate studies (Bachelor’s degrees) you’ll need to have completed secondary education at an advanced level, equivalent to passing the exam at the end of Norwegian upper secondary school. The Norwegian Upper Secondary School Leaving Certificate is based on 13 years of schooling. For students from some countries at least one year of completed studies at the university level is also required.

Please check the GSU-list - compiled by The Norwegian Agency for Quality Assurance in Education, NOKUT - for detailed information regarding additional requirements for your country.

For admission to our Master programmes you’ll need a relevant Bachelor’s degree. For more specific requirements see the programme’s curriculum.

What is a curriculum?
The curriculum is the official document describing all aspects of the study programme. It contains provisions regarding structure, entry requirements, forms of evaluation and exams, etc.

Do I need to know Norwegian?
For most programmes, yes you do. Applicants outside of the Nordic countries must meet one of the following requirements:

  • Successfully passed 'Norwegian as a second language' from upper secondary school.
  • Successfully passed Level 3 in Norwegian at a university.
  • Successfully passed one-year study in Norwegian language and society for foreign students from a university college.
  • Successfully passed test in Norwegian at advanced level, 'Bergenstesten', with a minimum score of 450.

The Acting, Directing and Teacher programmes have particularly strict requirements of proficiency in the Norwegian languages.

What is the tuition fee?
Oslo National Academy of the Arts is a public institution and therefore free. The cost of materials and books must be covered by the student. You must also pay a fee every semester to the student welfare organisation The Foundation for Student Life in Oslo, at the time being 440 NOK.

What grades do I need to get accepted?
Applicants are not ranked according to their grades, but by the artistic qualifications they display during the entrance examinations.

What are entrance examinations?
During the entrance examinations you will be given specific exercises and your performance will be appraised by a committee. The specifics of the entrance examinations will of course be dependent of the programme of study. You may have to submit photo/video documentation of your works, there might be practical tests at the Academy and the committee might interview you. All this means that you must be present in Oslo at the designated date.

When can I apply?
See the relevant programme for the exact closing date for application. The application must be postmarked or delivered to the Academy by the deadline. Applications received after the deadline will not be considered. Not all programmes of study admits new students every year.

How many get accepted, and how many applies?
Each year there are approximately 2000 applicants to the Academy, and roughly 200 new students are accepted. For more specific information see the relevant programme.

How do I fill in the application form?
There are individual application forms for each programme of study. You must read the included instructions carefully. Some programmes have particularly strict language requirements, and because of this the application forms and information are only available in Norwegian. All of your education must be documented. All documents must be certified. Do not send original documents! Applications with insufficient information will not be processed.

When will I be notified of admission?
You will be notified by mail as soon as the results of the entrance examinations are available. You should be notified by July 1st at the very latest. If you are on a waiting list, we might contact you as late as September if a place becomes available.

When do I begin?
The Acting and Directing programmes at The Faculty of Performing Arts usually starts at the beginning of August. The rest of the programmes at this faculty starts in the middle of the month. The Faculty of Design and The Faculty of Visual Arts usually starts at the end of August. You will be notified well ahead of the actual date.

What credit and grading system is used?
Courses are measured in “studiepoeng” according to the ECTS standard (European Credit Transfer System). The full-time workload for one academic year is 60 “studiepoeng”/ECTS credits.

Grades for undergraduate and postgraduate examinations are awarded according to a graded scale from A (highest) to F (lowest), with E as the minimum pass grade. A pass/fail mark is given for some examinations.

Do I need to apply for visa?
You may have to apply for a residence permit for study purposes. Norway The Official Site will help you find your local Norwegian embassy.

Can I postpone my studies?
Shorter leaves of absence are usually not granted. Students accepted to a programme but unable to start because of long term illness, birth/adoption, compulsory Norwegian military service or other weighty reasons, might apply for postponement to the next intake.

When are the exams?
All scheduled classes are compulsory and only a few subjects have a finishing exam. The academic year begins in August and ends in June, with only short breaks for Christmas and Easter.

What’s up with all those strange letters?
The Norwegian alphabet contains three additional letters compared to the English one.

  • Æ/æ pronounced like the first vowel in "animal".
  • Ø/ø pronounced like the vowel in "sir".
  • Å/å pronounced like the vowel in "all".

Now you can try to pronounce the Norwegian name of The Oslo National Academy of the Arts: “Kunsthøgskolen i Oslo”. Still not successful? Don’t worry, you’ll be an expert by the time you get your degree!

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Som en del av Tore Vagn Lids prosjektprogram "Kunnskaper og ferdigheter for et postdramatisk teater" arrangeres "DUB Leviathan! #4-5, forsmak på Festspillene i Bergen fredag 6.februar, og Scenisk seminar lørdag 7. februar, begge på Dramatikkens hus.

"Massa Confusa" på scene 6"Massa Confusa" på scene 6

Overskriften for denne perioden for avgangsklassen på skuespillerutdanningen er "Det flerkunstneriske". Premiere 28.januar - bare tre visninger.

Professor Paul Scott gir ut bokProfessor Paul Scott gir ut bok

Paul Scott (Professor 2 på Kunst og Håndverk) gir ut boka "Horizon - Transferware and Contemporary Ceramics". Boka lanseres på Victoria and Albert museum i London fredag 30. januar.

Hvordan stille ut håndverks- og materialbasert kunst?Hvordan stille ut håndverks- og materialbasert kunst?

Fredag 30. januar er det igjen klart for Agenda på Kunstnernes Hus. Tema denne gangen er strategier for å stille ut håndverks- og materialbasert kunst. Velkommen!

Selvpresentasjon: Klara KristalovaSelvpresentasjon: Klara Kristalova

Tirsdag 27. januar holder Klara Kristalova en selvpresentasjon i auditoriet. Hun er kjent for sine forstyrrende skulpturer i keramikk.

Selvpresentasjon: Hanne Friis - Materialitet og farge som språkSelvpresentasjon: Hanne Friis - Materialitet og farge som språk

Hanne Friis presenterer eget kunstnerskap tirsdag 27. januar. Sanselighet, materialitet og farge er drivkraften i kunstnerskapet. Hovedproduksjonen består av stedsspesifikke tekstilskulpturer som er bygget opp for hånd med søm eller andre håndarbeidsteknikker.