- a minimum 2:1 in a related subject plus a reference
- IELTS English language requirement: 6.5 (minimum 5.5 in each component)
- RPL is accepted on this programme
- You will not be interviewed
Months of entry
LJMU's MA in Cities, Culture and Creativity provides a broad intellectual and academic understanding of urban development and cultural distinctiveness.
- Study in Liverpool, one of the leading arts and cultural centres outside of London (European Capital of Culture in 2008, former UNESCO World Heritage Site)
- Develop a broad-based understanding of how key institutions, social groupings, and different representations of cities mediate urban development and cultural distinctiveness
- Follow a curriculum that plays a key role in developing your approaches to studying and knowledge application in the fields of creativity and culture in urban environments
- Enjoy excellent pastoral and academic support for placement opportunities
- The course has established itself a strong track record and reputation of moving its MA graduates on to PhD research
This exciting new cross-disciplinary MA enables you to study contemporary UK and international cities from socio-economic, cultural, theoretical and practical perspectives.
Based in Liverpool—the scene of many innovative cultural programmes and urban regeneration initiatives—this programme focuses on the relationships between cities, culture and creativity. It features an innovative, multidisciplinary curriculum taught by expert academics.
You will gain an understanding of key urban theories, trends, policies and dynamics by drawing on a range of contemporary local and global case studies to illustrate debates and policy responses. You will reflect on how urban images and identities are constructed and reconstructed, by whom and for what purpose, focusing on concepts such as city marketing, place identity, place brand and branding.
The programme will enable you to play a key role in developing approaches to study and knowledge application in the fields of creativity and culture in the urban environment. Another aim of the programme is to develop graduates who have essential skills in research design, project management and relevant major qualitative research methods.
To examine how cultural policy fits with broader strategies for re-imagining and regenerating cities, you will use key skills to research and critically engage with the theories, principles, debates and intellectual paradigms that underpin the study of cities, culture and creativity. You will be expected to critically reflect on and communicate your research findings, knowledge and understanding throughout the degree.
Partners on this programme include the European Institute for Urban Affairs (EIUA), the Institute of Cultural Capital (ICC), the Liverpool Business School and the School of Humanities and Social Science.
Information for international students
Fees and funding
Please see course page for more information.
Qualification, course duration and attendance options
- part time24 months
- Campus-based learningis available for this qualification
Course contact details
- Course Enquiries
- 0151 231 5090