MA Creative Entrepreneurship
MA Creative Entrepreneurship Course Overview
Full-time or Part-time
1 year FT or 2 years PT
Sep 2024 EEA: £10,500
Sep 2024 EEA: £5,250/yr
SFE funding available
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University for the Creative Arts
Austin Milne, Programme Leader for PG Courses: firstname.lastname@example.org
LCCM’s MA in Creative Entrepreneurship is designed help students focus, develop and launch new businesses in the creative industries during a 12-month intensive programme. The year begins with “Research & Academic Practice” and “Iteration & Testing” modules, which will see students conduct market research and test their ideas within their industry and communicate their findings and reflections in written and spoken argument. In the second term students will build on their findings to produce a range of business planning and pitching documents, as well as investigate and reflect on a range of case studies related to creative entrepreneurship, leadership as well as their own professional sector. In the final term, students will undertake a major project, to be negotiated and agreed with tutors, which will act as a major contribution to the development and launch of their business.
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Get in touch with the Programme Leader to discuss your current qualification and career goals, and get advice on which LCCM postgraduate degree would suit you best.
Please e-mail Austin Milne at email@example.com to book your 30 min slot.
Our MA provides you with a “start-up” environment where you can develop an idea into a viable business venture in the creative industries. To benefit fully from the MA you should:
- be an entrepreneurial-minded creative with 1 year’s experience in a relevant sector and a bachelor degree (2.2 minimum) or 4 years relevant experience and a Level 3+ qualification
- have English language competency equivalent to CEFR Level C1 (7.0 overall, 6.5 in each category). If English is not your first language.
- be able to provide professional references, if applying based on your professional experience.
- Submit a personal statement. The personal statement is an important part of your application. It should be 1 to 2 pages long and demonstrate the following:
- your current relevant experience, passion, interest or professional background in creative industries
- entrepreneurial drive for the creative sector or clear career ambition
- good writing, communication and presentation skills