BA 2.1; equivalent professional experience or portfolio; exceptional project proposal.
Months of entry
This Masters programme is uniquely positioned, both in close connection to a groundbreaking educational project in Plymouth and in the context of a wider international community of creative educational practice in the making.
MA Creative Education: Making Learning has grown out of the progressive continuum of creative learning and practice, from age three to postgraduate level and into professional practice, that the college established in 2013 with the founding of Plymouth School of Creative Arts (PSCA) within inner city Plymouth.
Through mutual partnership, School and College are together developing a new model of creative education hailed by Sir Nicholas Serota as “an event in the history of education in this country”.
As a student on the MA Creative Education: Making Learning programme you will explore the rich theoretical debates in this field while being introduced to the most recent experimental practice.
You will have the chance to investigate and refine your own role as an educator, while producing a wide range of possible outcomes, from classroom-based research to participatory artwork. Our network will support you in using your own practice as a means of enquiring into the transformative potential of creativity in making learning.
NOTE: THIS PROGRAMME IS AVAILABLE AS A PART TIME ROUTE ONLY
Fees and funding
Please see the funding page for more information.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
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