A 2:1 honours degree or above or international equivalent in any subject. A demonstrable interest in the creative publishing industries, such as work experience or voluntary work in a publishing company or fulfilling a publishing-related function in a non-publishing organisation. Two references; these may be, for example, two academic references, or one academic reference and one from an employer.
Months of entry
This programme closely follows the established campus based MA publishing degrees. All modules are newly designed to be delivered online using interactive features of the virtual learning environment, Moodle.
The 10-week 10-unit modules are delivered by a variety of media including video, audio, written materials and supplied text books, designed to accommodate a range of learning styles and personal circumstances.
Your study is supported by a tutor responsible for a small number of other students who together make up a study group. Further academic guidance comes from the Programme Lead. Assessment is through reports, discussion submissions, essays and independent research topics.
Information for international students
Please see the university's standard English language requirements
Qualification and course duration
Further details of qualification
The core functions of publishing comprise this advanced degree. Additional modules allow you to tailor the programme. Video, audio, text and supplied books enhance the 10-week modules. Further academic support comes from a tutor and a small peer group. Assessment is through reports, discussion submissions, essays and independent research topics.
Course contact details
- Melanie Reynolds
- +44 (0)1865 483408