MA Performing Arts*

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A 1-year full-time or 2-year part-time postgraduate degree available at:


*This course is subject to approval

The innovative MA Performing Arts provides fantastic opportunities for you to explore your own specialism within performing arts in line with your personal career aspirations. It allows you to stand apart from others in your chosen field and lead the discussion in the performing arts sector.

Are you a performing arts practitioner – either a performer, choreographer, director, or entrepreneur – with innovative ideas and a desire to work together with students from different fields?

During your MA, we’ll help you turn your ideas into reality. We’ll introduce you to cutting-edge research and assist you with broadening your network within the industry.

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Through research-based practice, this new MA puts you and your aspirations at the centre of your learning, whilst refining your chosen specialist pathway as a Director, Performer, Choreographer or Entrepreneur. 

Through four modules across Autumn and Spring Semesters, you will apply a theoretical lens to your own and others’ professional practice. Drawing on a broad range of performing arts research, you will be encouraged to actively investigate areas such as, Directing, Performing, Choreography and Entrepreneurship within the arts industry.

The MA programme will take a person-centred approach and include a balance of expert tuition, experiential workshops, and self-guided study. You will learn to analyse your key interests, beliefs, and values and work collaboratively with your peers to expand your knowledge and develop your creative skills.

Course Specification

Mode of attendance: Full-time (one year) or part-time (two years)

Awarding institution: BIMM Institute

Campus delivery: Brighton

Language of study: English

Final award: MA Performing Arts

Minimum Requirements

A degree (normally 2.2 or above) in a creative industry-related subject or significant experience in a relevant field. Overseas students where English is not their native language may be required to meet a minimum English language requirement of an Academic IELTS 6.5. We require a minimum of 6.0 to be achieved in each band. 

All applicants will be subject to interview and a portfolio may also be requested for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPCEL). 

The option modules advertised as available are subject to variation depending on minimum student numbers and the availability of specialist resources.

Progression

You will be qualified to work as an advanced practitioner or educator/researcher within the field of performance arts and related creative industries.

Course Fees

Please visit our Fees page for information on access to Student Loans. Please note, UK students eligible for loans are able to borrow the full course fee for ICTheatre degrees.

Any questions?

For any questions regarding our courses or if you’d like more information on how to apply to ICTheatre, please contact our Admissions Team on 01273 603 333 or email admissions@ictheatre.ac.uk.

 

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