For June 15, 2019 all candidates must send by mail (to email@example.com), a letter motivating their interests for the programme, stipulating how they envisage their parcours inside the programme; as well as a CV / Artistic file (the CV and artistic file is not essential for candidates who have no prior training and who apply to return to B1).
Students wishing to integrate the academic training in Master must also provide a project outlining the research they wish to conduct.
Summary of the necessary documents:
cover letter (B1-B2-B3-Master)
CV / Artistic File (B2-B3-Master)
artistic research project (Master)
The documents, sent by email, must be named: name_of_content_name
ex. blangagubbay_daniel_letter; blangagubbay_daniel_CV; blangagubbay_daniel_projet
The auditions for both Bachelor and Master cycles for the 2019-2020 academic year will take place on 25 and 26 June 2019.
Program of the auditions:
On the 25th and 26th in the morning, a technique and movement research class will be given by a guest teacher.
On the 25th afternoon each candidate will present a work of 5 minutes maximum - with or without sound accompaniment - in front of the ISAC leaders and the other candidates. The order of passage will be made the morning of the 25th.
On the 26th afternoon, ISAC officials will conduct individual interviews of up to 15 minutes. Presentations and interviews will take place in the ISAC Studio at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts (144 Rue du Midi, Brussels).
Upon admission to ISAC, a tuition fee (raised for non EU students, at the exception of this list of countries) and an equivalence of diploma will be requested for the inscription to the Royal Arts Academy.
BAC 1 € 400,03 (for non EU student € 1487)
BAC 2 € 400,03 (for non EU student € 1487)
BAC 3 € 504,47 (for non EU student € 1487)
MA 1 € 400,03 (for non EU student € 1984)
MA 2 € 505,47 (for non EU student € 1984)