Admissions Information

General Information

Bilingual Acting Workshop welcome students from all over the world and prides itself on bringing together multilingual and multicultural individuals to enhance their expression, education and networking through related studies in film and theatre.

All classes are conducted in English unless otherwise specified and as such, we ask that applicants have a working understanding of the English language.  However we encourage students to perform in whatever language resonates with them the most in terms of performance.


All fees are payable on dates specified by our administration.  Tuition is payable by credit card online via Paypal.

We also offer installment plans payable by credit card via Paypal for those applicants wishing to spread the cost of tuition out over multiple payments.  Dates and amounts for these payments are supplied by our administration.

Enrollment Requirements

Acceptance into classes is decided upon based on an online audition, interview and, cv and/or reel. The requirements for each class are listed on their corresponding pages.


As of the fall 2015, following completion of our full year CERTIFICATE programs (semester 1 and 2 of each class), students will receive a Certificate of Completion. Students in our introductory courses will also receive the opportunity to enroll in our more advanced second year classes. Certificates are not awarded on a semester bases; in addition, students that have enrolled part-time and are interested in moving into more advanced classes, will be accepted on an individual basis.


All registration fees, as well as the first installment for the courses, are non-refundable two weeks prior to classes begin and that all remaining costs are non-refundable one week before the courses begin. Non-attendance of any class without exception does not give a student the right to a reimbursement or an additional course.  In addition, class deferrals are done on a case-by-case basis.

Withdrawal due to medical reasons must be made with a medical certificate and letter from a practicing physician.

Grounds For Dismissal

Students are expected to conduct themselves in a professional manner at all times.  A student may be dismissed from any class at Bilingual Acting Workshop due to behavior deemed inappropriate by the administration and the class instructor.  If a participant becomes persistently disruptive to the functionality of a class or workshop, Bilingual Acting Workshop reserves the right to issue a verbal warning, and if this does not resolve the situation, to ask the participate to permanently leave the course.  No refund or recompense of any kind will be payable in this event.