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Are you an experienced theatre or drama facilitator ready to take your practice to the next level? Or are you at the start of your career and want to forge a structured transition from undergraduate study to advanced professional practice?
Our innovative Master’s in Professional Practice: Theatre and Drama Facilitation enables you to maintain your professional practice while reflecting upon and refining the skills and techniques you need to elevate your career to a more specialised or strategic level. The blended learning format of this course includes work-based and distance learning with intensive teaching blocks, so you get the benefit of arranging your study schedule along with face to face peer engagement.
Our course empowers you to:
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You are expected to have a good degree (2:1) in a relevant discipline or significant practical experience of theatre/drama facilitation.
As the course focuses on reflective practice and work-based learning, students will need to use their existing employment or self-generated work as the means to engage with both skill and career development. As a result of this, a prerequisite of the course is that students must:
Have at least a year’s facilitation or teaching experience (could be part of an undergraduate course)
Be leading at least one educational or community-based drama group for the programme's.duration
For UK students the tuition fee is £8,500 for 2020.
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