The application deadline for admission to the Masters in Theatre Studies Program is January 15, 2017.
Students seeking admission to graduate studies in Theatre must apply online through the UBC Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies website at https://www.grad.ubc.ca/prospective-students/application-admission.
BEFORE YOU START THE APPLICATION PLEASE BE READY TO SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS IN ELECTRONIC FORMAT (PDF):
- uploaded copies of official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended, included UBC and universities at which you are currently enrolled.
- a statement of purpose (500 words) that details:
- your proposed area of study;
- its potential contribution to the wider field in which it is situated;
- your academic preparation for the M.A.; and
- how UBC’s M.A.. in Theatre Studies program fits your needs and interests.
- a recent writing sample that demonstrates the quality of your thinking and writing (e.g., an essay from an undergraduate level class; an article submitted for publication).
- 3 letters of recommendation submitted through UBC’s eReference system.
- a resume of your academic and practical training.
DO NOT SEND PAPER DOCUMENTS OR HARD COPY MEDIA to the Department of Theatre and Film. If you receive an offer of admission you will be instructed to send official transcripts directly to the UBC Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies.
Applicants from a university outside Canada in which English is not the primary language of instruction must provide results of an English language proficiency examination as part of their application. Tests must have been taken within the last 24 months at the time of submission of your application. The MA in Theatre Studies requires a minimum TOEFL score of 100 (or equivalent). Your score should be sent to UBC electronically.
Please refer to the university regulations as outlined online in the UBC Calendar and at the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies website. The Department limits admissions to students who demonstrate strong academic standing in their undergraduate degrees and who make a compelling case for their program of study at UBC.