3-Year Diploma Programme
The finest task of Copenhagen Contemporary Dance School is to support the international group of highly ambitious dancers who wish to develop their full potential, gain profound technical and artistic skills and knowlegde and attain a long and distinguished career in dance and performing arts.
The school has a strong focus on physical ability in relation to artistic and mental reflection. This combination gives the students the opportunity to on the one hand immerse themselves in dance as a craft and on the other to use the school as a creative point of departure for the future.
The goal of the 3 year diploma programme at CCDS is for the students to develop into highly skilled and aware dancers who can take full charge of their own development and handle their careers as professional dancers and artists for a long career in the future.
Subjects 1st and 2nd year:
Dance History and Performance Analysis
Subjects and apprentice periode 3rd year:
Apprentice periode October 22nd – December 14th 2018 & February 18th – April 12th 2019
Composition focused on solo work
Read about the audition and application process here.
The daily working language as well as all correspondence is in English.
To obtain the final diploma students must past the annual exams and pass the school year.
If absence exceeds 10% in any subject a diploma will not be issued.
The full education fee for the 3-year Diploma Programme 2017/2020 is 137.000 DKK to be paid in five instalments.
Students in the 3-year Diploma Programme 2016/2019 please refer to your acceptance letter for the terms of payment.
The first instalment of 39.000 DKK is due to be paid July 1st 2017.
The second instalment of 16.000 DDK is to be paid December 1st 2017.
The third instalment of 39.000 DKK is due to be paid June 1st 2018.
The fourth instalment of 16.000 DDK is to be paid December 1st 2018.
The fifth instalment of 31.000 DKK is due to be paid June 1st 2019.
Structure of a typical day:
Some weeks are dedicated fully to a workshop or rehearsals. During other weeks the daily structure often looks like below. Further more performances and rehearsals take place during evening or weekends from time to time.