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Queen’s University Belfast, Full Time Masters Degrees in Creative Arts & Design

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This programme offers students the opportunity to explore a wide variety of research and composition fields including Irish Music, Eighteenth-Century Studies, Opera, Performance, Words and Music, Set Works, and Portfolio. Read more
This programme offers students the opportunity to explore a wide variety of research and composition fields including Irish Music, Eighteenth-Century Studies, Opera, Performance, Words and Music, Set Works, and Portfolio.

All students take a compulsory Research Methods module and a double module (Dissertation, Edition and Commentary or Portfolio) giving students the opportunity to conduct research or composition at a professional level.

The programme also features compulsory modules in the critical analysis of the work of twentieth century and contemporary composers, providing a thorough experience and understanding of the contemporary compositional idiom. There is also a wide range of optional modules.

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The MA in Creative Writing (one year full-time or two years part-time) offers students the opportunity to develop their literary talents to the best of their ability. Read more
The MA in Creative Writing (one year full-time or two years part-time) offers students the opportunity to develop their literary talents to the best of their ability. There are two distinct pathways through this MA, with a range of modules on offer designed to enhance, challenge and extend students’ practice in either prose or scriptwriting. The course is suited to English Literature graduates who wish to pursue advanced-level study either as an end in itself or as preparation for a PhD. Funding is available to the best students from various sources, including AHRC, DEL, and Queen’s University.

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Queen's University Belfast is a member of the Russell Group, one of twenty research-led United Kingdom Universities. The School of History and Anthropology is one of the leading centres for historical and anthropological research on the island of Ireland. Read more
Queen's University Belfast is a member of the Russell Group, one of twenty research-led United Kingdom Universities. The School of History and Anthropology is one of the leading centres for historical and anthropological research on the island of Ireland

The MA in Social Anthropology (Ethnomusicology) consists of four taught modules and a dissertation. Full-time students take two modules in Semester 1 (Sept-Dec) and two in Semester 2 (Jan-June). Three of the taught modules are compulsory; the remaining taught module is selected from the following options. Students may specialise in Ethnomusicology by selecting Anthropology of Music as their fourth taught module. The dissertation should be on a theme that falls within the selected specialist area.

New frontiers
Environment and culture
Anthropology of Ireland
Mind and culture
Anthropology of Music

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Suitable for both poets and critics alike, the programme provides workshops and training for poets, alongside a critical grounding that facilitates further study of creative writing (poetry) at PhD level. Read more
Suitable for both poets and critics alike, the programme provides workshops and training for poets, alongside a critical grounding that facilitates further study of creative writing (poetry) at PhD level. It also provides specialist academic study for graduate students who wish to focus on poetry criticism at MA level and beyond, introducing them to the major poetry traditions of Ireland, Britain, and the US in terms of their formal properties and their critical, social, intellectual, and political contexts.

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The programme covers multiple aspects of sound, aesthetics and technology and takes advantage of the unique studio and performance facilities at the Sonic Arts Research Centre. Read more
The programme covers multiple aspects of sound, aesthetics and technology and takes advantage of the unique studio and performance facilities at the Sonic Arts Research Centre.

Students gain an insight into the sonic arts alongside a foundation in the artistic and technological components of the field. They can also focus on current developments in sonic arts by choosing one of the following routes: Interaction Design, Sound Design and Composition, Computational Acoustics, Performance and Spatial Audio.

The programme culminates in a double module comprising a dissertation, project or portfolio, where students work one-on-one with a supervisor.

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The MA in Broadcast Literacy at Queen's University Belfast offers. a comprehensive theoretical overview of the contemporary field of broadcasting, its development, policies and place in society;. Read more
The MA in Broadcast Literacy at Queen's University Belfast offers:
• a comprehensive theoretical overview of the contemporary field of broadcasting, its development, policies and place in society;
• a semiotics of modern broadcasting, providing techniques for ‘reading’ broadcast texts;
• a practice-based introduction to the techniques and strategies used in generating content for television, radio and other broadcast media, taught by experienced writers and broadcasters;
• opportunities to explore the students’ own interests in broadcasting through guided study.

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The MRes in Arts and Humanities is a research preparation degree that offers students the opportunity to undertake advanced studies within the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at Queen’s. Read more
The MRes in Arts and Humanities is a research preparation degree that offers students the opportunity to undertake advanced studies within the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at Queen’s. The course is structured around the personal research interests of each student and supported by a bespoke research preparation portfolio and a range of optional modules in areas related to the research. The MRes is available in a wide range of disciplines within the Faculty and the Institute of Theology. For research interests of staff, see 'Course details' on: http://www.qub.ac.uk/Study/Course-Finder/PCF1718/PTCF1718/Course/ArtsandHumanitiesMResPGCert.html


The Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at Queen’s is the largest Faculty in the University, with almost 8000 students and more than 25 disciplines. The following subject areas were ranked in the top 20 in the UK Sunday Times League Table: Creative Writing (2nd), French (2nd), Linguistics (3rd), Iberian Studies (5th), Communication and Media Studies (16th) and English (19th). In addition, Performing Arts was ranked in the top 50 in the world QS Rankings.

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