The Academy of Theater and Dance has described its vision on evaluation, the assessment policy and system in the Integral Assessment Protocol as part of its vision on education and learning. The evaluation system of the Associate Degree in Classical Ballet is in line with this policy.

The assessment of the development of a personal vision and ambition cannot be fixed in fixed frameworks. Each student works in a different environment, has different talents and ambitions. That is why, when assessing a student, we first look at how he has developed in relation to himself, and at personal goals in relation to the learning outcomes of the programme. The learning outcomes (competences) of the training provide a general framework for the ballet dancer's requirements. The student who has mastered the entire range of subject knowledge, skills and attitudes and who knows how to translate this into his own professional practice, has an excellent chance of lasting success
The assessment of a student's development is always subjective and there are no unequivocal standards against which the student's development can be compared. That is why the program opts for an integral assessment; the artistic director and the lecturers jointly make an intersubjective integral assessment of the total development of the student during the semester.