Warwick University starts MA in Arts, Enterprise and Development
Centre for Cultural Policy Studies (CCPS), Warwick University, UK is launching a new MA programme starting in October 2014. The new programme, MA in Arts, Enterprise and Development, is all about ideas as well as pragmatic frameworks of social and cultural enterprises. Students will get an opportunity to collaborate in cross-cultural teams to identify development problems, formulate solutions, devise and design projects and construct professional proposals.
Warwick CCPS MA in Arts, Enterprise and Development course structure:
The Warwick CCPS MA in Arts, Enterprise and Development programme will be taught using case studies and experience of development professionals.
The Warwick CCPS MA in Arts, Enterprise and Development programme starts in October and runs for 12 months. It will comprise of:
- 2 Core Modules
- 3 Option Modules
- Major Project (dissertation)
The Option Modules build upon concepts and strategies examined in the Core Modules enabling the students to pursue theoretical and practical interests in more detail. The Major Project is a written project, which allows the student to develop ideas through further research in the field of either Local, International or Global Development.
TheWarwick CCPS MA in Arts, Enterprise and Development programme can be taken full-time over one year. UK students are allowed to pursue a part-time Warwick CCPS MA in Arts, Enterprise and Developmentprogramme also over 2 years.
Warwick CCPS MA in Arts, Enterprise and Development admission requirements:
Candidates holding a first or upper second class honours bachelor's degree from a UK university or an equivalent qualification from an overseas university (ideally in an arts, humanities, media or business related subject) can apply for the programme.
Warwick CCPS MA in Arts, Enterprise and Development admission application:
Admission applications for the Warwick CCPS MA in Arts, Enterprise and Development are now open.
Candidates need to apply online. Click here for further information.
For more information, contact:
Centre for Cultural Policy Studies
School of Theatre, Performance and Cultural Policy Studies
University of Warwick
Coventry CV4 7HS
Tel: +44 (0) 024 765 28424
Fax: +44 (0) 024 765 24446