Global Culture and Creativity (MA)

Cardiff University the United Kingdom

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The award
MA

How long you will study
- 1 years

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How you will study
full-time

Course starts
September

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About Global Culture and Creativity at Cardiff University

Our MA in Global Culture and Creativity will enable you to develop research analysis on the 21st century cultural industries and creative economy, based on cultural diversity and individual creativity.

It is suitable for applicants who would like to develop research understanding through building practical work experience with wide private and public art institutions. These include museums, theatres, digital media and publishing industries across the globe, including the UK, China, Japan, Africa, Latin America, North America and Europe. This is the first such MA and sits within the School of Modern Languages and provides graduates with forefront research narrative and distinctive career prospects globally.

We offer multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches to deciphering the 21st century evolution of culture and creativity in a global context. Such new knowledge is built across three main disciplines:

  • Cultural and media studies
  • Geography
  • Area studies

Whilst culture industry, cultural production and consumption, creative economy and creative class are used as core theories, the programme incorporates wider literature and cultural models to contextualise theories.  In addition, practical learning experiences are designed to enhance your learning experience. The optional modules available will further enhance your research skills and employability in global arts, cultural sectors and beyond.

The MA in Global Culture and Creativity sits within the School of Modern Languages at Cardiff University, which offers a wealth of global research and teaching resource, and provides forefront 21st century research discourse of cultural industries and the creative economy.

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