Cambridge School of Visual & Performing Arts
About Cambridge School of Visual & Performing Arts
The school offers small class sizes and has staff from diverse background which have excellent experience in industry. With an average class size of 15 students to one lecturer, it gives one-on-one support as well as personalized tuition, so students can become the artist they want to be. During their studies, students will be actively supported through a hands-on-approach, extensive contact time with their lecturers and all the equipment, materials, space and time they need to discover and develop their own individual voice and style as a creative artist.
All the students at the school are part of the CSVPA family, a vibrant, multicultural community of highly creative people who share common dreams and ambitions. At CSVPA, students will make friends across courses and years, sharing ideas and experiences that elevate their work and inspires them to explore their own creativity.
A beautiful, multicultural city, Cambridge is rich with English history and lots to do. There is a popular music scene with multiple venues to choose from across different genres. Arts and culture can also be enjoyed with world famous museums that show some of the rarest collections, sculptures, art and ancient antiques dating back to even the pre-historic era. There are many art galleries that are filled with contemporary and renaissance artworks and plenty of theatres which host performances, from Broadway shows to amateur theatre groups.
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IELTS is accepted at Cambridge School of Visual & Performing Arts
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