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Dance Technique Support Studies part 2

ECTS Credits
Course code
Included in study programme
Bachelor’s in classical ballet

Brief course description

Dance Technique Support Studies part 2 will contribute to the completion of the student's development in style and technique. Additionally, the course will challenge students with alternative forms of movement and lead to a broadening of their total experience in dance.

The course will be adjusted according to the academic or professional challenges of each group. Examples of the course content include character dance, Spanish dance, jazz dance, stylistic historical dance, pas de deux, yoga and pilates.

The course’s learning outcomes

On completing the course, the student should:

  • be able to perform and describe the various types of dance involved in the course and the characteristics of their appropriate forms of tuition.
  • have an understanding of each particular type of dance and its training and of their relevance to classical ballet.

Teaching and learning methods

The course consists of teacher-led classes, coaching and independent work. This will mainly comprise of practical exercises and training. There will also be different types of project work, excursions, lectures and performances.

Classes can take place in groups of varying size and are adjusted to the progress being made in the course by each group, relative to the learning objectives of the course and the composition of each group.

The coursework requirements are:

  • mandatory attendance and participation in classes.
  • submission of all assignments.


Coursework requirements must have been met for the student to receive a final assessment in the course.

During the course, the students work and development will be assessed in relation to the course's learning objectives. The course will be assessed by the course teacher in consultation with the programme coordinator.

The course is assessed by the awarding of either a pass or a fail grade.