AFDA (Africa Film Drama Art) Profile
The Africa Film Drama Art, commonly referred to as AFDA, is a recognized institution that is well-known for their educational courses in the departments of film, performance, television, radio, and other forms of technologies related to the sector. Officially accredited as the South African School of Motion Picture Medium and Live Performance under a legislative basis by the Department of Higher Education and Training, this private institution is highly recommended by both fellow domestic and international institutions for its variety of degrees, which caters to undergraduate students, post graduate students, and students who are simply looking for a certain higher certification. Some of the educational qualifications that are offered by AFDA are listed below:
- Bachelor of Arts in Motion Picture Medium
- Bachelor of Arts in Live Performance
- Bachelor of Commerce in Business Innovation and Entrepreneurship
- BA Honours in Live Performance
- Master of Fine Arts (MFA)
- Higher Certificate in Radio and Podcasting
- Higher Certificate in Film, Television and Entertainment Production
About AFDA (Africa Film Drama Art) Bursaries 2020-2021
The Africa Film Drama Art (AFDA) is offering several bursary programmes to passionate, talented individuals who would like to receive financial funding for their education. The AFDA Bursaries will be providing both partial and full funding for creative individuals who originate from underprivileged backgrounds to secure their future studies. Originally started off as a GoFundMe campaign online, the programme has garnered a mass amount of popularity over the years. Thanks to the contribution from several other partners such as MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet, AFDA is able to accommodate any young individual who dreams of attaining knowledge as a student in the Creative Industry.
Over the past few years, AFDA has successfully managed to give out bursary schemes to all kinds of students. This is done as a means to not just support well-deserving students, but it is an effort to increase the quality of South Africa’s creative economy. Recently, AFDA has just reached an groundbreaking milestone. Thanks to their hard work and unshaken loyalty into the cause, AFDA has managed to bring out 25 million ZAR in bursaries alone over the past 5 years. Bursary schemes are mostly allocated in multiple selected areas, which includes Cape Town Elizabeth, Joburg, and Durban.
AFDA (Africa Film Drama Art) Bursary Requirements
The AFDA Bursary is a programme that is especially allocated to a certain demographic of young South African individuals. Since the institution takes pride in providing more accessible opportunities for people coming from all walks of life, the AFDA Bursary will only accept young creative individuals who are originating from underprivileged communities or backgrounds. Furthermore, they must be able to show proof that they do not have much accessibility in pursuing a higher education in an accredited institution.
How to Apply AFDA (Africa Film Drama Art) Bursary 2020-2021
Applications for the AFDA Bursary are conducted online. To register for the scheme, all interested candidates must access the Official Application Form. After you have opened the form, please make sure that you have it all filled in with correct and accurate information. Candidates discovered to be providing false information will automatically be disqualified. Similarly, if you submit in an incomplete application form, you will be off from the application procedure as well.
Should you have any further enquiries or concerns about the AFDA (Africa Film Drama Art) Bursary 2020-2021, you can always reach out to PR or Marketing at AFDA: [email protected] or [email protected].
AFDA (Africa Film Drama Art) Contact Address
41 Frost Avenue, Auckland Park 2092 Johannesburg, South Africa
Mail Address: –
Tel: +27 11 482 8345
Email: [email protected]
Source: AFDA (Africa Film Drama Art); Author: Larxsati; Editor: Melisa; Picture: afda.co.za.