During the program's three years, you will develop your skills in dance by working with a variety of dance and movement practices, styles and forms of expression. You will practice dance in relation to both educational and creative processes, through various didactic and choreographic methods and frameworks. You also have the opportunity to immerse yourself in one or more dance genres: street, jazz, modern and contemporary dance, folk dance or classical ballet.
Practice and theory are interwoven throughout all courses through analysis, discussion and reflection. You get to practically explore, reflect on, discuss, critically review and write about dance, choreography, pedagogy and the role of dance in society. A norm-critical and intersectional perspective runs like a red thread through the education.
You can work both individually and in groups, through both teacher-led and student-led teaching and supervision. You also get to explore dance and didactics in different contexts and situations, in meetings with different target groups through activity-based training.
As a student at SKH, you also have the opportunity to apply for a period as an exchange student at another European university. The exchange is carried out within the Erasmus+ program and you credit the exchange studies within your program. You can read more about exchange studies HERE.