The ATD offers the following courses:

  • Bachelor of Dance, with exit profile dancer and choreographer
  • Bachelor Theater with outflow profile actor and theater maker
  • Bachelor in Theater in Education
  • Bachelor of Dance in Education
  • Associate Degree Technical Production
  • Associate Degree Classical Ballet
  • Master Theater / Das Theater
  • Master Choreography / Das Choreography
  • Master Das Creative Production

The Bachelor Dance (profile dance) includes the graduation differentiations / courses: the National Ballet Academy (NBA), Expanded Contemporary Dance (ECD) - Modern Theater Dance (MTD), Urban Contemporary / Jazz Musical Dance (UC/JMD) have been phased out except for a few students - and (profile choreographer) the school for New Dance Development (SNDO)).
Alumni of the two-year associate degree in Classical Ballet and experienced classical dancers from the professional field can follow an abbreviated Bachelor of Dance within the NBA in order to acquire an endorsement as a Teacher of Classical Ballet.

In addition, there are two teacher training courses: Theater in Education (also with a shortened version) and Dance in Education. The Theater in Education and Dance in Education programmes are seen as one of the theater and dance courses respectively. (….)
When we talk about dance courses in this guide, this also includes the Dance Teacher course.
The Associate Degree and abridged degree programs are two-year. They follow more or less the same pattern as the four-year bachelor's degree programmes. Where we refer to training in the general part of this guide, we mean all variants that we have in-house.

Although the ATD courses have much in common, both in terms of content and in the way in which they work together, they also each have their own identity and artistic independence. Because every field of work also has very specific artistic and technical requirements. In order to keep up to date with these requirements, the study programs each maintain contact with their own field of work and decide for themselves how they respond to these requirements. They bear their own responsibility for substantiating and guaranteeing the updating of the curriculum (education programme) and they anticipate possible future developments in professional practice. One of the common principles of all programs within the ATD is to include those elements in education that will enable students to add something to existing practice later on.