Master Cultural & Creative Industries

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  • Entry requirements
    For those seeking a broader understanding of, or wishing to pursue a career in, the cultural and creative industries, and for practitioners wishing to enhance existing skills.
  • Academic title
    MA Cultural & Creative Industries
  • Course description
    Programme description

    - Located at the heart of London’s arts and media industries.
    - Internship programme with opportunities in a range of leading organisations.
    - Guest lectures from industry professionals and researchers provide up-to-the minute knowledge of current debates and trends.

    This interdisciplinary programme allows students to examine the structure and history of the cultural and creative industries and explore practical and theoretical issues facing cultural entrepreneurs, professionals and policy-makers. It uses a range of analytical tools from sociology, history and cultural studies, and draws on teaching, research and professional expertise from both King’s academics and professionals working in the field.

    Core modules look at cultural theory and history and the characteristics of cultural industries and creative organisations. Optional modules include Visual Culture, Cultural Policy, Film & American Culture and a module on the contemporary museum taught at Tate Modern. Students also undertake a cultural internship, writing an industry report on the host organisation. Previous placements include the V&A, the BBC and Film London. Finally, students research and write a supervised dissertation on chosen topic within the field.

    Programme format and assessment
    Essays; presentations; internship report; dissertation.

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