Honours degree 2.1 or above in a Media and Communication related subject
MPhil / PhD Creative Arts
Months of entry
January, September, April
Creative Arts The Creative Arts subject area encourages its entire staff to be research active which, in turn, creates a productive culture of research for students. Working in collaboration with one another and with established subject areas across the University such as Education Studies, Physical Education and Sports Studies, Professional Studies and English, a range of research projects have been conducted, some of which led to international recognition in the last Research Assessment Exercise. A funded doctoral researcher is currently engaged in PhD enquiry into media literacy and education. Research Interests: Theatre in education Drama and health Videogames, health, literacy and learning Media 2.0 and audience activity The work of Edward Bond and Stanislavski Art education Media literacy and media education Arts practice as research Musical performance and improvisation as research Virtual worlds, social networks and pedagogy.
Information for international students
International credit-based course linked to European Credit Transfer Scheme. Degree verification can be obtained from NARIC (National Academic Recognition Information Centre) on UK 0870 9904088 or email email@example.com Further information can be obtained from their website www.naric.org.uk English language proficiency certificate required.
Fees and funding
Self-Funding. However, funding for Postgraduate applicants may be available from: www.PostgraduateStudentships.co.uk and/or www.salliemae.co.uk You shall need to contact them personally.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Mairtin Mac an Ghaill
- + 44 (0)121 476 1181 ext 2601
- + 44 (0)121 476 1196