Is Juilliard a college that I would go to after high school?


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Chelsea L. Dixon, M.S., M.A.T, Author. Speaker. CEO.

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In addition to the great advice that Will gave, the Juilliard Dance Program offers a Bachelor of Fine Arts, the Drama program offers both a Bachelor and Master of Fine Arts while the Music Program offers a Bachelor, Master and Doctor of Musical Arts.

All applicants to the school must have prior training and experience in the program they are applying to and must audition as part of the application process.

According to the Juilliard website, out of the 2,854 students that applied for admission in fall of 2013, 853 students (from 40 countries) were admitted into the College Division. Approximately 80 percent of their students receive scholarship support through Juilliard.

For more information, visit the Juilliard website at

Best of luck!

Will Carington, works for Noodle

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That's correct. Julliard is a performing arts conservatory with programs in dance, drama, and music.

For information about college and graduate-level programs, visit the admissions website, where you'll find a thorough overview of application and audition requirements.

In addition to the College Division, Julliard also offers several programs for youth and adults, including Summer Programs, the Julliard Pre-College program for music, the Music Advancement Program, and Evening Division continuing education classes for adults.

If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact the admissions office. You might also find it helpful to browse Noodle's articles and advice about performing and visual arts colleges. Hope this helps!

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