Combine advanced business knowledge with practical production and insight into film, television, theatre and interactive media. Discover this unique entry into the creative industry through arts-related business courses. The Culture & Business Fund Scotland enables businesses and arts or heritage organisations to come together and build effective, sustainable partnerships, bringing creative projects – large and small – vividly to life. During this time he has curated more than 100 exhibitions, placing a particular emphasis upon experimental emerging practice and context-led projects.

  • This may include preparation for classes, follow-up work, wider reading, practice completion of assessment tasks, or revision.
  • Located in the culturally diverse city of Birmingham in the West Midlands, the curriculum design and live experiences will reflect the needs and opportunities for the student body, creating accessible routes to employment.
  • Through working on a series of projects and briefs written in consultation with external agencies and institutions, you will build up a portfolio to showcase your individual abilities.
  • Fundamental to our impact is to provide training and consultancy which will drive best practice and learning for both sectors.
  • The Samsung Digital Discovery Centre now offers the most extensive on-site digital learning of any UK museum, attracting over 40,000 participants in the first four years.
  • The Foundation is committed to giving people from all backgrounds the opportunity to fulfil their potential and to thrive.

You will be supported to navigate the extensive range of careers in the creative and cultural sectors. You can explore your own creative potential – on screen, stage, or in interactive media – while acquiring the knowledge of leadership, marketing, finance and the law that is in high demand in creative sectors across the UK and the world. Although you’re within a business school, there’s a strong emphasis on creativity, enterprise and innovation. You develop the practical skills needed by creative industries through project based-learning with active exploration of real-world cases in the creative industries. You graduate with practical knowledge, industry connections and good qualifications. The MA will provide you with the opportunity to undertake a placement or research project with an organisation from the sector, enabling students to apply their knowledge in a business setting.

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She has since worked as National Craft Advisor for the Women’s Institute in the charity sector, and has 20 years’ experience of teaching in higher education across a range of creative programmes. The other core module requires you to initiate and carry out a project relevant to your career aims. At this point, you set the agenda, supported by academic and industry professionals to carry out a project of your choice to launch your career, post-graduation. This module will enable you to examine the complex ecologies and connectedness of the creative and cultural industries. This module is about the application of previously introduced knowledge, bringing theory ‘to life’.

Learn from staff who combine strong academic credentials with deep industry experience, offering insights into the latest trends and the chance to apply your learning practically. If you’ve already studied part of a degree course elsewhere, you may be able to apply for Recognition of Prior Learning and join the programme at an advanced entry point. To apply for RPL, state this clearly in your statement of purpose and provide us with the transcripts and module descriptions for the relevant study. Entry requirements for creative business courses vary depending on the institution, subject and level of study. For undergraduate degrees, universities can ask for A Level grades or UCAS points.

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To make this happen, our extensive network connects the def-con-one.com communities. Fundamental to our impact is to provide training and consultancy which will drive best practice and learning for both sectors. All of our work celebrates the courage of business and individuals in supporting the arts and culture of the UK. As the UK city with more museums and galleries than any other outside of London, alongside the country’s largest contemporary art biennial, Liverpool will provide a vibrant cultural backdrop for your studies.

Centre for Business, Arts and Technology, Camden Road

The College of Business, Arts and Social Sciences is a community of scholars all of whom are engaged in exploring the world we live in and engaging with ways of changing it for the better. The college is committed to delivering excellent research led teaching and in preparing its students to lead successful lives and to have brilliant careers. Develop the basis for further study in art history, gallery studies, or related disciplines. Promote a sense of the complex social, cultural, and institutional interactions between the production and reception of contemporary art and acquire the critical tools necessary to reflect upon these interactions. Her partnerships for collaborative projects include international organisations – the Public Art Fund in New York, the Institute for Public Art, and the Design Panel for the International Association of Public Transport. Dr. Shwetal A. Patel is a writer and researcher working at the intersection of contemporary art and a founding member of India’s first visual arts biennial, the Kochi-Muziris Biennale.