Audio Storytelling for Radio and Podcast MA


University College London    Department of Anthropology

Full time & Part time September MA 1 Year

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About this degree

This practice-based MA will train you in the craft and techniques of audio storytelling, drawing inspiration from the global audio industry and equipping you to join it and shape it. Through this programme you will learn the skills necessary to produce short and feature-length creative audio works for radio, podcasts and other audio platforms. You will learn to use a range of techniques and experiment with form. You will also gain the relevant technical know-how to produce your ideas to a professional standard.

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Entry Requirements

We require a portfolio of work to support all applications consisting of one piece of creative work including audio production/ filmmaking / installation of no more than 20 minutes duration, writing, painting, photography, music composition, or theatre. Evidence of productions such as photos or reviews can be submitted in place of portfolio works.

An upper second-class Bachelor's degree from a UK university or an overseas qualification of an equivalent standard. Applicants with lower second class degrees (i.e. UK 2:2 or the overseas equivalent) may be considered if their application is supported strongly by relevant experience.


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