An actor at a theater is responsible for the deepening, developing and improving of theater as a whole. One of the largest problems facing society today is the cultural education of the next generation. Art is a way to open a new world of beauty, to form a new identity, to enjoy the world around us. Art plays a huge role in making us who we are. Preparing actors doesn't mean just acquainting them with theory and history, but teaching them to independently interpret a piece of art and articulate their opinion. The humanistic approach to education recognizes Man as the supreme value in the world, and that education is a universal value.

Graduates are qualified to work as actors in theaters, on radio and television shows, or in movies. They can also work as teachers or as directors of local theaters. Our graduates are also the first graduates from theater departments that write and research theses on the arts.