Cultural Studies is a cross-disciplinary field that sets out to research, understand and describe the ways in which humans develop meaning for the world around them. It researches the practices, beliefs, customs, behaviour, values, art forms, etc. of human societies from all times, since antiquity until today.
With various focus points, the Cultural Studies field provides potential students with a wide choice of study. Having the possibility to focus on any meaningful artefact of culture, students can tackle: history, literature, film, photography, fashion, politics and much more. Combining theoretical research with practical insight, a professional of this filed is able to describe the consequences and influences of culture on the individual and societal behaviour and perception.
Having the knowledge of understanding of diverse ethical models and behaviour patterns and trends, a graduate of this discipline can be a key asset to the field of marketing for example. Public and private consultancy is another professional area in which graduates can become active.
Classical & Archaeological Studies examines the textual and material evidence for a wide cross-section of the ancient world and includes three convergent research and teaching pathways: ancient history, classical literature, and archaeology. Many core areas in the investigation of the ancient world can be studied with us at postgraduate level.
The Masters of Arts program was established in 1975 to develop an advanced interdisciplinary approach to the study of African and African descended societies.
Met Film School Berlin will be launching MA Programmes in Directing and Screenwriting in October 2015. These programmes will aim to provide students with practical work relevant skills, with teaching delivered by industry professional tutors.
A different approach, experience the antiquity from your own passion.
This exciting Masters programme offers students the opportunity to explore key areas of the cultural and intellectual life of Paris. All teaching takes place at ULIP, within an historic building in the 7th arrondissement in central Paris. The aim is for students to develop practical and theoretical skills whilst deepening their knowledge of Paris through taught courses and directed research.
It lasts two years for students who have a B.A. in photography or in any related field (films, media, etc.) It is also open to students who have obtained a B.A. in any other field of studies. Students with little experience in photography have to take a preparatory year before pursuing the M.A. programme. To know if you are required to take the preparatory year...
The course in Community Development aims to reflect the Welsh context in most elements of the programme content and delivery. The whole programme is available through the medium of Welsh and you can submit work in the medium of Welsh, and your work will be marked and moderated in the language of your choice. Welsh medium tutorial support is also guaranteed.
This course offers a unique opportunity for photographers to develop a major body of practical work that engages with the photographic image within the context of a critical understanding of contemporary photography and visual culture. The course encompasses a broad and developing range of approaches to photography. It recognises that photographers increasingly explore the potential of the medium in unexpected and innovative ways, finding outlets for their work in a variety of forms and organisations.
The Black Sea region, with its special geophysical and cultural characteristics, is regaining significance as a geopolitical region between Europe and Asia. The important natural resources and the crucial position of the region at the hub of international routes has aroused the interest of many nations over the ages, leading to numerous events of great cultural and historical significance.
This course will provide an introduction to contemporary developments in the various media industries and cultures, and how these are shaped and affected by globalisation.
Este Máster propone un estudio especializado del Patrimonio Cultural y Natural Andaluz desde una óptica interdisciplinar. Se centra en tres ámbitos determinantes y prioritarios en las políticas de gestión actuales: el conocimiento del pasado a través de sus vestigios y fuentes documentales, el Arte del Renacimiento en Andalucía y el estudio especializado del territorio.
The MA in Modern History focuses on the period c1500-2000, and draws on the considerable range of expertise within the School to offer a broad selection of modules, allowing you to tailor your programme to your interests.