A Placement Rate of Over 95%
The circus arts craze continues. The ever-increasing employment market is particularly favourable for circus artists with solid training. To continue their evolution, graduates may choose to access a variety of production and distribution networks, both national and international.
In a Vibrant City
Propelled by the dynamism of an increasing number of circus companies–the best known of which are The 7 Fingers, Cirque Éloize and Cirque du Soleil–the local circus scene enjoys unprecedented growth and diversity.
Both the impressive reputation of the School’s graduates and Montreal’s rise as an international circus arts nexus attract the attention of creators and producers from around the world.
The ever-expanding employment market for circus artists is global in scope and increasingly diversified. A veritable craze for the circus has evolved, and it continues to attract growing audiences in countries around the world.
There is in fact a shortage of circus artists in Canada, the United States, Europe and Oceania. The employment outlook is therefore quite promising for artists with a solid background.