American Musical and Dramatic Academy Top Questions

What's the most frustrating thing about your school?


The most frustrating thing about my school is the lack of "college life" so to speak. AMDA is a conservatory with rigorous, year round training, and we must learn as much as we can in the little time alotted. I love that I spend every hour of every day doing what I love and honing my craft. Because the program is a conservatory, there are no activities such as college radio, sports, or even performances. I am happy to go to a school where my goals are specific, but sometimes I feel I am missing out on the college experience.


The most fustrating thing about the American Musical and Dramatic Academy is their ability to provide they're students with scholarships. They don't offer very many scholarships as that of a fairly large college or university would. If you don't already have scholarships to be at AMDA it is quite hard to find ones that meet the criteria of this school.