The aim of the Bachelor's degree programme in Dance (BAdance) is the training and individual advancement of creative, expressive dancer personalities who possess a wide range of dance techniques in both the classical and contemporary fields and can apply their qualities with confidence. They have developed the ability to creatively shape artistic work processes and are able to reflect on themselves and the art form of dance in an interdisciplinary as well as in a historical and social context. In the course of their studies, students are encouraged and supported to develop social and political commitment, to contribute to groups in a self-confident and responsible manner and to positively shape group processes.
Graduates of the Bachelor's degree programme in Dance are qualified to work as dancers in the professional field and have developed a good basis to work with an additional qualification as a dance teacher, as a choreographer, as a training leader, as well as in body and movement therapy and to transfer their knowledge to other fields.
The training model rests on 7 interconnected pillars (see module manual) and leads from a parallel to an integral training: technique, creativity, body awareness, theory, project work, interdisciplinarity, performances.
Dates & Deadlines
Dates & Deadlines
BA Dance: Application deadline for winter semester 2024/25
The prerequisite for admission to the Bachelor's degree programme in Dance is proof of the university entrance qualification (Abitur) according to § 54 para. 2 of the Hessian Higher Education Act of 14.12.2009 in the version of 21 December 2010. A missing university entrance qualification can be replaced by an outstanding artistic talent (at least 19 out of a possible 25 points in the aptitude test) according to § 54 para. 4 sentence 3 HHG. Sufficient oral and written knowledge of German or English is required for admission to the Bachelor's degree programme in Dance. The physical aptitude for professional dance and the corresponding dancing and musical talent is determined in the aptitude test.
What do I need for the application?
Proof of German language skills
Here you will find a list of required German language skills for all degree programs. Please check which of these requirements apply to your degree program.
The Aptitude Test for the BAdance program has two parts: Digital Preselection and Live Aptitude Test.
Based on the digital submissions, candidates will be selected to participate in the live aptitude test.
Lesefassung: Eignungsprüfungsordnung der HfMDK Frankfurt
[Nicht-amtliche Lesefassung. Stand: 21.11.2023]
Study and Examination regulations
Module handbook ENG
The Study and Examination Regulations (SPO) set out the framework conditions and regulations for your studies. They apply together with the General Regulations (for Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes) or the SPoL (for teacher training degree programmes). All versions of the SPO for your degree programme (including earlier versions for students of previous academic years) can be found at Examinations.
Lesefassung: Allgemeine Bestimmungen für Bachelor- und Masterstudiengänge der HfMDK Frankfurt
Studien- und Prüfungsordnung für den Bachelorstudiengang Tanz (2021)
Study and Examination Regulations for the BA Dance (2021)
This is a translation of the original German document, published as Amtliche Bekanntmachungen Nr. 101/2021. Only the German version is legally binding.