This is a professionally focused programme for graduates wishing to work in the cultural and creative industries, oriented around a ‘live’ consultancy project with an external organisation where you will take responsibility for a consultancy-based project. The project will help resolve practical issues and problems faced by a client organisation from the creative industries and the cultural and heritage sectors.
Typically client involvement is one-two days a week over four months, with lectures scheduled on one-two days a week to allow flexibility to carry out project work. Students complete four modules, a consultancy project report, and a dissertation.
You will study a range of modules as part of your course, some examples of which are listed below.
Research theory and methods
Consultancy Skills and Practice
Creative Industries Placement
Strategic Thinking in the Arts
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Part Time (per year):UK/EU:£3,250
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