Since its inception in 2003, our distance learning MA Antiques course has been inspiring researchers and practitioners; individuals who want to develop a specialised interest in antiques without the necessity of on-campus attendance, and who wish to do so on a part-time basis.
Whether it’s a leisure activity, you wish to be an antique dealer or you want recognition of your professional status in antiques, our MA Antiques course appeals to a wide range of students. This postgraduate course has been specifically designed to accommodate the needs of part-time provision via distance learning. Students tend to be adults in employment who want to take the course on a part-time basis to fit around their other working commitments.
LEARNING ENVIRONMENT AND ASSESSMENT
The MA Antiques has been specifically designed to accommodate the needs of part-time provision via distance learning. Students tend to be adults in employment who want to take the course on a part-time basis to fit around their other working commitments. We accommodate such needs by offering a clear structure of progression, balanced by flexible personal tutorials: for which you can expect to have weekly one-to-one contact with academic staff via web based visual conferencing. It is this bespoke interaction with academic staff that our students tell us they find both supportive and inspirational. Our post graduate distance learning students come from a wide diversity of nationalities and locations: America, Canada, England, Germany, Greece, Scotland, and South Africa, to name a few.
Assessment is by 100 per cent coursework in the form of concise project reports or academic papers. For each of the 40 credit modules you undertake, you will have both a mid-module assignment and an end of module assignment to complete. Through weekly tutorials you will receive on-going formative feedback and guidance, but the final module mark and summative feedback is based on the end of module assignment only.
MA Antiques offers: -A postgraduate qualification in antiques with a proven success rate -Marketing advantages for your business, and/or your own career development -The opportunity, after the first year, to specialise in a field of your choice -Support for students who, after a long period away from formal education, may find postgraduate study daunting at first -Encouragement for individuals who may not have formal entry qualifications - experience counts -Assessment by 100% coursework in the form of concise project reports or academic papers. So, no examinations, summer school or on campus requirements
The course structure offers specific career progression through enabling individuals to apply themselves to one of three routes: academic publication, research funding, or exhibition/research project management. Previous topics from our graduates have included: -The Hallmark System for English Silver: An Instrument of Enforcement or a Method to Identify Period Silver? -A Web site Exhibition of Chinese Jade from the GvS Collection -Regency Metamorphic Library Chairs (1790 -1840) -Imitation or Innovation in Bretby Art Pottery -Modern Art for the Table -The 1934 Harrods Exhibition -Panelled Furniture: A Survey of 17th and 18th Century -The contribution of Edmund Evans, Walter Crane, Randolph Caldecott and Kate Greenaway to the design of Victorian books for children
Applicants must demonstrate achievement of any one of the following: Receipt of a 2.2 degree, or higher from a British university; A high level of achievement in undergraduate studies at a university elsewhere (e.g. for North American students a minimum overall GPA of 3.3 on a 4.0 scale); Professional experience in the field or a related field in their home country.
28 February 2017
Recipient: University of Central Lancashire
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