The Independent Training Program (ITP) welcomes students of all levels and is open to dancers from the USA and International Students.
The ITP is a customizable program, built to allow students to train intensively with structure and accountability, while still allowing time for other life commitments. We work with you to create a flexible full-time weekly schedule to help you achieve your personal objectives. BDC provides a supportive and friendly community that caters to dancers of any skill level (beginners - advanced). With a world-renowned faculty of more than 75 teachers and choreographers, your opportunities for mentoring and development are abundant.
|Start Date||APP Deadline USA Students||App Deadline International Students|
|Mon, Jul 11, 2022||Fri, Jun 10, 2022||Fri, May 27, 2022|
|Mon, Oct 3, 2022||Fri, Sept 2, 2022||Fri, Aug 19, 2022|
Some elements of this full-time customizable program include:
Looking for a more rigorous program? See our Professional Semester
Students applying from the US, please prepare the following requirements:
International Students, please prepare the following requirements :
|Program Duration||Program Tuition|
|3 Month Program||$2950 USD|
|6 Month Program||$5400 USD|
|12 Month Program||$9500 USD|
*Tuition discount when paid via bank wire transfer
We welcome dancers of all levels, including beginners! In order to get the most from our program and our schedule, we recommend dancers should have a minimum of 2 years of studio experience.
Students who are residents of the USA, may accept employment while attending the program. We would recommend only part-time employment, as this program may take 20 or more hours of your week. International students on the M-1 visa are not permitted by law to gain legal employment. Please be sure you are financially able to support yourself while studying at BDC.
No. You must acquire the M1 student visa through Broadway Dance Center. This school is authorized under Federal law to enroll nonimmigrant alien students.
Yes, you can extend. There is a $25 administrative fee for USA residents, and a $200 administrative fee for international students to extend your program. The program administrator can provide you with further details on extensions.
The mission of the Serge Onik Dance Scholarship with Broadway Dance Center is to provide access to dance education for people who lack such resources. The people who are accepted to receive the scholarship come from minority backgrounds, socioeconomic challenges, and/or are first-generation immigrants. This scholarship can be applied for the three month Independent Training Program.
The Independent Training program is open to dancers of all levels, to hone in on their training while maintaining a flexible work-life balance. The Professional Semester is audition-based for advanced dancers looking to launch their professional careers through a rigorous training structure.
If you have any additional questions please email [email protected]