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B.A. Honors Bachelor Degree (NFQ Level 8) ; 3 years full-time ; 16 places

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Telephone Number

+353 1 896 2559

info@thelir.ie

Website

www.thelir.ie

Course Fees

Click here for a full list of undergraduate fees.

What our graduates say

Eanna Hardwicke

I chose to study at The Lir Academy at Trinity College Dublin because of its strong reputation for theatre and the arts. I got a great feeling during my visit at the open day and also going through the audition process at The Lir – it felt ambitious yet caring, traditional and also ground breaking. My early experience of the staff was that they were outstanding, kind and approachable.

What our current students say

Emma Reid

I chose to study the Bachelor of Acting at The Lir Academy because performing arts has always been my a life-long love and with arts forming so much of Ireland’s identity, I wanted to immerse myself not only in world class education at this institute of anthropology, but be a part of a warm, supportive and strong group of artists who foster emerging and diverse talent and set the standard for artistic excellence in one of the most competitive industries in the world. I never felt like an outsider upon my arrival and was welcomed with open arms into a community I can truly call my family and my home away from home.

Course Details

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B.A. Honors Bachelor Degree (NFQ Level 8)

Duration

3 years full-time

Number of Places

16

Admission Requirements

For general admission requirements please click here

Special entry requirements

This is a restricted entry course. Online applications must be submitted by the beginning of February 2020. This course is not part of the CAO application system. Application forms can be completed online on The Lir Academy website: www.thelir.ie/courses/bachelor-in-acting

Entry is by Audition. Students will prepare a classical, a contemporary and a reserve monologue (which can be either classical or contemporary) for first audition. Each monologue should be no more than three minutes long. Successful applicants at first audition will be required to attend at least one more round of auditions at which voice, movement and group skills will be assessed. The final date for receipt of applications is beginning of February 2020 however, applicants are encouraged to apply from October onwards. Auditions will be held between November 2019 and March 2020.

Course Fees

Click here for a full list of undergraduate fees.

Get In Touch

Telephone Number

+353 1 896 2559

info@thelir.ie

Website

www.thelir.ie