Admission into the ITI Acting Programme is competitive, and places are limited to a maximum of 12 each year.
Get fully familiarised with the criteria, requirements and process towards being a part of the ITI student family.
- Be above 18 years of age
- Have a GCE ‘A’ Level certificate, or equivalent cultural literacy. Note: Graduates from junior colleges, polytechnics and universities, as well as current theatre practitioners are welcome to apply
- Demonstrate artistic talent and ability, maturity and commitment, at audition(s), interview(s) and in a written assessment
- Be proficient in English. This means a GCE ‘O’ Level pass in English, or its equivalent, or a pass (score 50% or higher) in an English Proficiency Test, administered at the time of the audition
Selection Process and Auditions
Selection is made through an audition, written assessments and an interview.
After applications have been received, shortlisted applicants will be notified of an audition date and requirements for the audition.
Applications for the ITI Acting Programme academic year 2018 and 2019 are open.
To submit your online application, you will need the following to complete the application: 1) Your recent passport sized photo and 2) supporting documents in Section 5.
For further enquiries, contact email@example.com or call us at +(65) 6338 5133.
Please submit your applications to us by 31 Oct 2017.
Successful applicants will be notified with an offer for a place at ITI.
To accept, you are required to sign a Student Contract within 30 days or by the stipulated deadline.
ITI adopts the Committee for Private Education (CPE) standard student contract, a copy of which is available on the CPE website.
The course will start only with a minimum intake of 10 students, although ITI may in exceptional circumstances decide to continue with a smaller intake size. If the classes do not start, students will be informed 30 days before the course commences and offered the option to join the next intake the following year.
More information about the application and enrolment process may be found in the Student Handbook.