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					                                                                      APPLICATION for 2011 ENTRY
                                                                      Bachelor of Dance (Honours)
         Faculty of the VCA and Music
                                                                      Please state the capital city
           Tel: 9685 9419 Fax: 9685 9358                              in which you wish to audition ………………………………………….
               Email: vcam-info@unimelb.edu.au
          www.vcam.unimelb.edu.au/dance                               Closing date for application is Thursday 30 September 2010
                   CRICOS Code 0116K
           TAX INVOICE ABN: 84002705224                               NB: applicants needing to make an audition by video see Section 7.

                                                                      Applications accepted after the closing date will be at discretion of the Faculty and
                                                                      will incur an additional $25 late fee (includes GST)

Instructions
    1.    Please complete the form in CAPITALS and return with $60 (includes GST) administration fee to: Admissions, Student and Academic
          Services, Faculty of the Victorian College of the Arts, 234 St Kilda Road, Southbank 3006.
    2.    Please note that the administration fee is non-refundable. If you require a receipt, please attach a stamped self-addressed envelope to the
          Payment Options page at the end of this form.
    3.    International applicants must apply online at http://futurestudents.unimelb.edu.au/int/iug
    4.    First round offers to successful applicants will be notified by mail in November. All applicants will be advised of the outcome of their
          interview.
    5.    You will be required to provide certified copies of documents to verify proof of citizenship, credit for prior study and any qualifications
          claimed. 1A certified copy is a photocopy of the original document which has the signature and stamp of one of the following persons,
          indicating that they have sighted the original document: Barrister or Solicitor, Police in Charge of Station, Pharmacist, Doctor, Dentist,
          Principal of School, Justice of the Peace, or Clerk of Court. The signature and stamp must appear on every page. A photocopy or
          facsimile of a certified copy is unacceptable.

Do you have a Victorian College of the Arts or University of Melbourne Student                                  OFFICE USE ONLY
                                                                                                                Allocated Student Enrolment Number:
Enrolment Number?                         Yes                    No
If Yes and the number is known to you, please indicate the number here ____________________


Section 1a - Personal Details
Title:                                    Gender:         F             M       Date of Birth:          /           /               Age:………
                                                                                            Day             Month       Year
Family Name:                                                                    Given Names:
Address:
                                                                                Postcode:
Telephone:        (    )                                                        Mobile:
Facsimile:        (    )                                                        Email:

Section 1b - Disability or Long Term Medical condition
Do you have a disability, impairment or long term medical condition,
which may affect your studies?

         Yes          No        If YES please indicate the nature of your disability.
                                                                                                                                  Attach recent
                                                                                                                               head and shoulders
Hearing                                               Medical Condition
                                                                                                                                photo of applicant
Learning Disability                                   Mobility                                                                        here
Neurological Condition                                Vision
Mental Health Condition                               Other, Please indicate -



How did you find out about the course? Please tick one box only
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Other: (Please specify)

(Office use only)

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Course Code:     AUDITION DATE   DATE ADVISED   AUDITION RESULT   APPL. REC’D
B/Dance (Hons)
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Section 2 – Your Citizenship
Proof of Citizenship
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As part of your application you are required to provide proof of citizenship. Please provide a certified copy of your passport, birth
certificate or birth extract, refer to point 5 in Instructions. The Faculty will not be able to make you a final offer if you do not provide
this proof. If you have been enrolled in a course at the Victorian College of the Arts or the University of Melbourne from 2000
onwards, proof of citizenship is not required unless your citizenship status has changed since this time.

          Australian Citizen                                                                    New Zealand Citizen
          Permanent resident of Australia                                                       Permanent Humanitarian Visa holder
          You hold a permanent residency visa granted
          by the Department of Immigration and                                                  Temporary Protection Visa holder/
          Multicultural Affairs (certified copy of visa required)                               asylum seeker
If you do not fall into any of the above categories, you are an international student, please refer to point 3 in Instructions.

Are you an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander?
     NO                      YES, Torres Strait Islander

      YES, Aboriginal            YES, both Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander

If you answered YES to any of the above, please contact the Wilin Centre on (03) 9685 9335 for further information.


Section 3 - Credit for Prior Study
If your application is successful, will you be requesting CREDIT in the course?                        YES            NO

A credit application form is enclosed. Please return the form with documentation (if available) with your application for entry.
Applicants are not required to provide evidence where prior studies were completed at the VCA.
Note: Full documentation to support your credit application should be included with this application or as soon as the
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documentation becomes available. Official academic transcripts or certified copies and course outlines should be
included, refer to point 5 in Instructions. Credit for successfully completed tertiary subjects will be processed at the
time of offer. Printouts downloaded from the web will not be accepted.


Section 4 – Qualifications/Experience
Secondary Education
A 1certified copy of original transcripts of all official results must accompany this application, refer to point 5 in Instructions. Applicants must submit
transcripts for current year’s results to the School as soon as they are available.
Name of School:                                                                     Year last attended:


Standard reached:       Year 10 / 11 / 12 (circle one)
Other: (please specify)
ENTER Score or equivalent University entrance score (if available) _________
Applicants who are currently undertaking Year 12 will be asked to provide their ENTER Score (or equivalent University Entrance
Score) as part of the enrolment process.

Subjects passed in last year at school?




Tertiary Education (if applicable)
A 1certified copy of original transcripts of all official results must accompany this application, refer to point 5 in Instructions. Applicants must submit
transcripts for current year’s results to the School as soon as they are available. Applicants are not required to provide a transcript where prior
studies were completed at the VCA.

Institution:                                                                        Year last attended:

Name of Course:                                                                     Course completed:             YES          NO

Institution:                                                                        Year last attended:

Name of Course:                                                                     Course completed:             YES          NO




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Dance Experience
Have you had any previous dance                      YES
training?                                            NO
Name of current dance school (s):

Name of current dance teacher(s):

Name of dance institution (Honours
only):


Dance Subjects Studied (past/current – 2005-2006) (Secondary or Tertiary)
Subject                                        Hrs per week          Subject                                       Hrs per week




Please provide details of prior dance training (if relevant)
Year              Teacher                      Subject                                                             Hrs per week




OTHER: Please provide details of any training in music, gymnastics and/or sports together with any information regarding
previous professional dance experience.




Section 5 - Additional Applicant Material Required
Applicants are required to submit the following documentation with this application form. Please note these requirements
carefully, as failure to include any of this documentation will delay the application process.

(a) a brief statement (500 words) outlining your career aspirations and your reasons for wishing to undertake the course;
(b) a research project outline (see attached);
(c) a Physiotherapy Examination form (enclosed) completed by a Dance Physiotherapist or a registered Physiotherapist.

Section 6 - Audition Process
Auditions will be conducted in Sept/Oct. in Melbourne and in other capital cities. You will be advised of the exact date and time of
your audition 2-3 weeks prior to the audition. All applicants must be prepared to take part in practical dance classes over a 3-4
hour period. Selected students will attend an interview. Further information about the audition day will be sent on completion and
receipt of this form.

Section 7 – Australian Applicants Applying from Interstate or Overseas
Applicants who are from the country, interstate or overseas during the Audition period can submit a CDor DVD in lieu of
attendance at audition. The relevant information outlining criteria for a video audition is available from the School of Dance on
request. Audition tapes must be submitted with the application form by Thursday 30 September 2010


I………………………………………………………(applicant’s name) certify that the enclosed audition is an unedited and
genuine audition by me.

………………………………………………………..                                             ………………………………
(Signature of applicant)                                              (Date)




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Section 8 - Student Privacy
The University of Melbourne Privacy Policy can be viewed at www.unimelb.edu.au/unisec/privacy/studentinfo.html


Section 9 - University Declaration
 Applicants must agree to all parts of this declaration before their application can be submitted. Check the
 relevant box to indicate your agreement with each statement below.

          I declare that the information provided by me is true and complete in every particular.
          I acknowledge that The University of Melbourne reserves the right to reverse or vary any decision regarding
          admission made on the basis of incomplete or false information.
          I understand that I may be required to supply originals of all documents used to support this application.
          I understand that I may be required to supply evidence that I meet the University’s English language
          proficiency requirements.
          I declare that I will be able to abide by the University’s policy on admission, fees payment and fee refunds.
          I understand that the University reserves the right to inform other tertiary institutions if any of the material
          presented with this application is found to be false.
          I understand that the personal information that I have provided may be released to Australian
          Commonwealth and State agencies under the ESOS Act 2000.

 Applicant’s Signature:                                                                                Date:       /       /


Section 10 – Commonwealth Declaration
 I understand that the University of Melbourne may disclose the personal information I have given in this application
 form to the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR) and that DEEWR will collect
 and store my personal information in the Higher Education Information Management System.

 Applicant’s Signature:                                                                                Date:       /       /

 For further information regarding disclosure to DEST and the Student Learning Entitlement please refer to
 www.vca.unimelb.edu.au/danceapply




Section 11 – Checklist
Before you submit the application form please ensure that you have:

      Answered all questions and signed and dated sections 9 and 10;

      Supplied us with contact telephone number in case we need to contact you to verify details;

      Included your proof of citizenship documentation;

      Included an Application for Credit form, together with the required documentation with this application if applying for credit;

      Included the additional applicant material required.




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ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENT FOR ENTRY
BACHELOR OF DANCE (HONOURS): RESEARCH PROJECT

During the Honours year, students are required to conduct a substantial independent research
project. The scope for research topics is broad, and students are encouraged to choose a topic
that is particularly relevant to their current development as a dance artist. Some possible fields of
inquiry are:

                 a studio-based inquiry into a specific aspect of your own dance practice
                 an inquiry into the work and/or working processes of a choreographer
                 dance in a particular cultural context
                 dance kinesiology or therapy
                 the aesthetics and philosophy of dance
                 dance history

The project culminates in a research paper of 5000 words and an oral presentation in an open
forum. As part of the application procedure for entry into the program, prospective students are
required to submit a proposal for the research project they wish to conduct during their Honours
year. The proposal, approx 500 words, should address the following questions:


      What do you want to investigate? Try to formulate your topic into a clear question or cluster
       of questions.
      Why do you want to investigate this topic? What are your motivations? What does the topic
       mean to you at this point in your development as a dance artist?
      Do you know much about the topic already? What background knowledge informs your
       interest in the topic?
      How do you think you might go about gathering information for the topic? For example, do
       you think you will mainly be reading books, or working out ideas in the studio, or talking to
       choreographers? Or a combination of approaches?
      What sort of research skills do you have already? What skills do you think you might need
       to acquire in order to conduct your inquiry?

The aim of writing the research proposal is to encourage students to start their Honours year
having already “mulled over” a topic, giving thought to its relevance to their artistic development.
However, students are not bound strictly to their original proposal. It is often the case that topics
alter somewhat as students are introduced to research methods and new skills during the seminar
phase of the subject, conducted in first semester.

For more information, or to discuss your proposal, contact the Faculty of VCA (Dance)
+ 61 3 96859374




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                                       TERTIARY DANCE COUNCIL:
                                      PHYSIOTHERAPY EXAMINATION

NAME:                   ______________________________                  SEX:         F/M
ADDRESS:                ______________________________
                        ______________________________
PHONE:                  (___)_________________ DOB (AGE):                      _____________

GENERAL MEDICAL HISTORY

    Height: __________ cms                  Weight: __________ kgs

    Do you have any current medical problems? Yes/No                 If so, what?
          1. _________________________________________________________________
          2. _________________________________________________________________
    Do you take any regular medications? Yes/No If so, what? State name and dosage and for what
     condition.
        1. _________________________________________________________________
          2. _________________________________________________________________
    Are there any reasons which you know of that would prevent you from participating fully in the course?
        1. _________________________________________________________________
          2. _________________________________________________________________
    Are you a smoker?       Never / Less than 10 a day / More than 10 a day

    Do you have any past/current medical problems? Have you had / Do you have? (When?)

YES YES NO                                             YES YES NO
Past Current                                           Past Current
             Asthma                                    Heart or blood pressure problems
             Diabetes                                  Epilepsy
             Glandular fever (       )                 Any other ongoing long-term
             Chronic fatigue syndrome (        )          Illness. If so, what? _________
             Arthritic conditions                      Any disabilities: Visual / Hearing
                                                             / Physical / Learning

Do you have / Have you sustained?
YES NO
              Fracture? Where (when): __________________________________________
              Dislocation? Where (when): ________________________________________
              Recurring pain in any joint with class/performance? Where: _______________
              Other? (e.g. surgery) _____________________________________________
              Have you ever been treated for a head, neck or spinal injury (eg. after a car
                accident)? Does this condition affect your performance? _________________
             Have you suffered any other illness that has prevented you from participating in
                physical activity for longer than 2 weeks? Yes/No If so, what?
                _______________________________________________________________

Do you wear?
YES NO
              Orthotics in your street shoes?

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INJURIES

       Are you suffering / have you suffered any injuries?
         1. Injury: ___________________________________________________________
             Date of injury: ______________ Incident: ______________________________
             Any residual problems? _____________________________________________
             ________________________________________________________________
         2. Injury: __________________________________________________________
             Date of injury: ______________ Incident: ______________________________
             Any residual problems? _____________________________________________
             ________________________________________________________________
         3. Injury: ___________________________________________________________
             Date of injury: ______________ Incident: ______________________________
             Any residual problems? _____________________________________________
             ________________________________________________________________
         4. Injury: ___________________________________________________________
             Date of injury: ______________ Incident: ______________________________
             Any residual problems? _____________________________________________
             ________________________________________________________________

DANCE HISTORY
       State the forms of dance you learn / have learnt (including form of classical - e.g.: RAD, Cecchetti,
        CSTD, ADAP):
          1. _______________________ Age started: _____ Grade: _____ Hrs/week: _____
         2. _______________________ Age started: _____ Grade: _____ Hrs/week: _____
         3. _______________________ Age started: _____ Grade: _____ Hrs/week: _____
         4. _______________________ Age started: _____ Grade: _____ Hrs/week: _____
       Do you work en pointe? Yes/No At what age did you commence pointe work? ____

DANCE TECHNIQUE
Please comment below on any areas of your technique which you would like to improve:
           1._______________________________________________________________
             2._______________________________________________________________
             3._______________________________________________________________

    GENERAL POSTURE
       Leg Length Difference              Normal        Right approximately ___ mm longer
                                                          Left approximately ___ mm longer
       Postural Symmetry
            Iliac crest height             Normal        Right high  Left high
            PSIS height                    Normal        Right high  Left high
            Scapular position              Normal        Right _____  Left _____
       Head and Neck Posture              Normal        Poked         Retracted
       Scoliosis                          Normal        Structural    Postural

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     Lumbar Lordosis                      Normal      Hyper          Hypo
     Pelvic Tilt                          Normal      Anterior       Posterior
     Foot Posture
           Right                           Normal      Pronation      Supination
           Left                            Normal      Pronation      Supination
     Metatarsal Formula
           Right                           12345       21345          ________
           Left                            12345       21345          ________
     Hallux Valgus ("Bunion")             Normal      Right          Left


LOWER LIMB

HIP

                                                                                   Optimal
                    Measurement                      Right           Left
                                                                                 Requirement
    Hip External Rotation (Hip Neutral)
        Active                                     ______       _______             40
        Passive                                                                     45

    Passive Hip Internal Rotation (Hip Neutral)                                      >20

    Iliopsoas Flexibility                                                            10
    Straight Leg Raise
        Foot Relaxed (Hamstring)                                                  F = 120
                                                  _______        _______           M = 90
        Foot Dorsiflexed (Neural)                                                 F = 110
                                                                                   M = 90


KNEE

     Patella (Kneecap) Mobility
           Right                           Normal      Hypermobile  Hypomobile
           Left                            Normal      Hypermobile  Hypomobile

     Knee Hyperextension                 Right: _____ cms    Left: _____ cms

ANKLES AND FEET

                                                                                  Optimal
                    Measurement                       Right         Left        Requirement
     1st MTP Joint (Big Toe) Extension                                            90
     Pointe                                                                       180
     Soleus Flexibility (Plié)                                                    8-17 cms
     Gastrocnemius Flexibility (Calf)                                             >15




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TRUNK/SPINE

   Lumbar Spine (Low Back) Extension
        Range of movement         Normal               Hypermobile  Hypomobile
        Control of movement       Good                 Fair         Poor

   Abdominal Stability Test        1  2  3  4  5


UPPER LIMB

                                                                           Optimal
                Measurement                    Right          Left
                                                                         Requirement
    Shoulder Flexion (Elevation)                                            180
    Wrist Extension                                                           90



GENERAL COMMENTS




DISCLAIMER
I understand that the results of this screening can be discussed by the undersigned physiotherapist with the
staff undertaking the auditions I will be attending.

DANCER’S SIGNATURE: _____________________________________________

PARENT’S/GUARDIAN’S SIGNATURE: _________________________________
(Required only if the applying dancer is under the age of 18 years)

DATE: _____ / _____ / _____




DATE OF ASSESSMENT: _____ / _____ / _____
PHYSIOTHERAPIST: ______________________________________________________________________
ADDRESS: ______________________________________________________________________________
PHONE:     _____________________________
PHYSIOTHERAPIST’S SIGNATURE ________________________________________



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1. GUIDELINES FOR PHYSIOTHERAPY EXAMINATIONS

This assessment should to be completed by a dance health professional, signed and dated. It should take
approximately 45-60 minutes to complete.

The dancer should ensure that:
    this physiotherapy assessment is completed by a dance physiotherapist wherever possible
    appropriate clothing is worn. The spine and limb measurements need to be viewed and therefore
      need to be visible. Accordingly, the dancer should be prepared to undergo the assessment in
      underwear or similar clothing (e.g. bike shorts and sports bra).
    he or she does not warm-up for the assessment
    he or she completes the questionnaire section of the assessment prior to presenting for the
      physiotherapy assessment
    that a copy of this assessment is kept for their individual records

The health professional should ensure that:
    the dancer is not warmed up prior to the assessment
    all methods of measurement are closely adhered to
    a goniometer and non-elastic measuring tape are used where necessary
    the completed questionnaire is reviewed and commented upon where necessary

This assessment should be completed by a dance physiotherapist from the Physiotherapy Association
(Australia wide) where possible.

2. TESTING PROTOCOLS

The reliability of examination results can be influenced by:
    between tester variability
    individual variability in the dancer being tested
    inherent errors in the testing procedures

In order to minimise the level of variability between results, the testing procedures undertaken should be
standardised. For this examination, the following protocols should be followed.

GENERAL POSTURE

A visual observation is undertaken from the front, side and behind the standing dancer.                    Special
observations are made of:

1. Leg Length Difference
   With the dancer in crook lying, he or she is asked to raise their hips off the ground and drop them back
   to the start position. The therapist then straightens the dancer’s legs by grasping their ankles and
   compares the relative height of the medial malleoli.

2. Metatarsal Formula
   Feel the length of the metatarsals by palpating the base of the metatarsal shafts in the relaxed non-
   weight bearing foot. Relative lengths of the metatarsals should be noted from the longest to the
   shortest. For example, in a foot which the second metatarsal is longer than the first, third, fourth and fifth
   respectively, the measurements is noted as 21345. If the first is longer or equal to the second the
   formula is 12345.

3. Hallux Valgus
   If the line of the first metatarsal shaft and first phalanx of the big toes deviates towards the little toe by a
   measurement of greater than 10 degrees it is noted as hallux valgus + presence of thickened tissue
   over the joint line (bunion).




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LOWER LIMB

1. Hip Rotation (Hip Neutral)
   The dancer lies in supine with knees bent over the end of the plinth. The resting leg is lifted to place the
   foot flat on the end of the plinth (knee bent to ceiling). The following measurements are undertaken:

   a) The dancer is asked to actively externally rotate the test hip. The pelvis and thigh must remain flat
      on the plinth. The angle between the tibia and vertical is measured.
   b) This test is repeated with the examiner overpressing external rotation and measuring the angle
      between the tibia and vertical. The pelvis and thigh must remain flat on the plinth.
   c) The examiner overpressures internal rotation and measures the angle between the tibia and
      vertical. The pelvis and thigh must remain flat on the plinth.

2. Iliopsoas Flexibility (Modified Thomas Test)
   The dancer perches on the end of the testing plinth and rolls back to lying whilst holding both knees to
   the chest. The dancer is asked to keep hold of the contralateral limb in maximal flexion of the hip as the
   tested thigh is lowered towards horizontal (knee is relaxed into flexion). The dancer should relax the hip
   and thigh muscles. The angle of hip flexion is measured with a goniometer between the horizontal and
   the long axis of the femur (between the greater trochanter and the lateral tibial condyle). The hip angle
   is recorded as positive or negative from the 0 axis (horizontal). For example, -7 denotes a hip flexed
   above horizontal, 12 represents a thigh that lies below the horizontal.

3. Straight Leg Raise
   With the dancer lying in supine, the leg is raised and overpressured with minimal pelvic tilting. Slight
   hip adduction should be maintained and hip external rotation prevented.

   a) the foot is held in a relaxed postion in order to measure the length of the hamstrings
      b)      the measure is retested with the ankle dorsiflexed in order to measure the length of the
      neural structures.

4. Patella Mobility
   With the dancer in long sitting and quadriceps relaxed, palpation of each patella is undertaken and the
   relative mobility laterally is noted.

5. Knee Hyperextension
   With the dancer in long sitting on a plinth, he or she is asked to actively dorsiflex the ankle and
   straighten the knee fully. The distance between the heel and the top of the plinth is then measured in
   centimeters

6. 1st Metatarsophalangeal Joint Extension
   With the dancer in long sitting, the first MTP joint is overpressed (passively) into extension. The angle
   measured is between the line of the shaft of the first metatarsal and the proximal phalanx.

7. Pointe
   With the dancer in long sitting, the foot is pointed (active plantarflexion). The angle between the line of
   the fibula and the 5th metatarsal is measured. The talocrural joint is the fulcrum. If the measure is over
   180degrees the larger ankle is the measure.

8. Soleus Flexibility (Plié)
   With the dancer standing in front of a wall, he or she performs a demi plié in parallel on one leg to touch
   the bending knee to the wall (heel stays in contact with the ground, knee bends over the second toe).
   The distance from the wall to the big toe is measured and noted.

9. Gastrocnemius Flexibility
   With the dancer standing with the ball of their foot on the edge of a step, measure the angle between
   the fibula and the fifth metatarsal as the heel is dropped over the edge (the leg is kept straight, ankle is
   the fulcrum).


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10. Lumbar Spine Extension
    With the dancer in standing, lumbar spine extension is observed with particular attention paid to:

   a) range of movement available
   b) control of the movement afforded by the abdominals - especially as the dancer returns to the upright
      position

11. Abdominal Stability Test
    The main purpose of this test is to assess the stabilising function of the abdominals. The dancer is
    instructed to hollow the abdominals, maintain a neutral spine position and keep the trunk and pelvis
    level. The tester palpates the abdomen for continued contraction throughout the test. One hand can be
    placed under the dancer's low back to encourage and facilitate the dancer to maintain the position.
    Failure to complete the test occurs when the back arches or tension is lost from the palpation.

   The first 5 tests are performed in crook lying (dancer lying on their back with the knees bent and feet on
   the floor)

      Grade 1: the dancer is able to maintain the spine and pelvis position while lifting one bent leg to a
       hip angle of 90degrees flexion and returning it to the bed
      Grade 2: the dancer maintains the spine and pelvic position, while the first leg is lifted off the bed
       and lifting the second leg off the bed to the same position as 1 and down
      Grade 3: the dancer keeps one leg off the bed at 90 degrees hip flexion and maintains neutral spine
       and pelvic position while extending the other leg sliding it out and returning to the start position
      Grade 4: the dancer is able to maintain neutral spine and pelvic position while extending both legs
       from the raised crook lying position out together with heels touching plinth and return to raised crook
       lying
      Grade 5: the dancer is able to maintain neutral spine and pelvic position while extending both legs
       from the raised crook lying position out together without heels touching the plinth (5cm above plinth)
       and return to raised crook lying. Examiner places hands under heels to catch if dancer cannot
       maintain abdominal control

12. Shoulder Flexion
    In standing and with the thumbs facing forwards, the dancer raises both arms forward and above the
    head as far as possible. The angle between the long axis of the humerus (between the superior tip of
    the olecranon process and the midpoint of the lateral border of the acromion porcess) and the vertical
    (using the lateral midline of the iliac crest as a guide) is measured.

13. Wrist Extension
    The dancer's wrist is overpressured into extension and the angle between the line of the 5th metacarpal
    and the shaft of the ulna is measured.




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                                                       APPLICATION for 2011 ENTRY
                                                       Bachelor of Dance (Honours)
     Faculty of the VCA and Music

          Tel: 9685 9419 Fax: 9685 9358                Closing date for application is Thursday 30 September 2010
           Email: vcam-info@unimelb.edu.au
      www.vcam.unimelb.edu.au/dance
               CRICOS Code 0116K
          TAX INVOICE ABN: 84002705224




Payment Options
  Mail:               Send cheque or money order payable to The University of Melbourne with your application to:
                      Admissions, Faculty of the Victorian College of the Arts, 234 St Kilda Road, Southbank 3006.
                      Do not send cash through the mail.

  In Person:         Take application and fee to Student and Academic Services, Faculty of the Victorian College of the
                     Arts, Ground Floor, VCA Hub, 234 St Kilda Road, Southbank 3006 between the hours of 9.00 am
                     to 5.00 pm.

  EFTPOS:             Payment can be made direct to Student and Academic Services, Faculty of the Victorian College of
                      the Arts, 234 St Kilda Road, Southbank 3006 between the hours of 9.00 am to 5.00 pm. Note: No
                      cash out facilities.

  Credit card:        Complete details below.

  (Please circle)       MASTERCARD              VISA


                        Expiry Date: ________ / ________                      Amount: $__________
                                     month       year
            Applicant’s Name:


            Cardholder’s name:

            Cardholder’s signature:

            Number:




Receipt required*                YES            NO

* I have enclosed a stamped, self-addressed envelope




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