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University of East London, Full Time Masters Degrees in Creative Arts & Design

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The programme accommodates students with a wide range of practices, including site specific and environmentally based work, as well as studio-based activity… Read more
The programme accommodates students with a wide range of practices, including site specific and environmentally based work, as well as studio-based activity, and offers support and stimulation for those working within and beyond the studio tradition.A key strength of the Fine Art MA at UEL is the vitality of its student exhibition activities, and a regular engagement with professional venues and practices. We have an ongoing relationship with many galleries.

Additionally Fine Art students are constantly discovering new venues to install/exhibit work, and show regularly in the ADI Gallery, as well as at many external venues.

Students are encouraged to develop ambitious, innovative and personal work within the supportive atmosphere that the studio activity provides. Within this supportive situation students respond positively to the rigorous and intellectually challenging debate initiated through seminars, artist's talks and gallery visits.

Key Facts

Many students continue to exhibit and sell their work. Some develop careers as curators, gallery directors/assistants and a range of other employment routes related to the creative industries.

Why Choose Us?

The MA in Fine Art offers excellent studio facilities for full-time students and bookable spaces are available to part-time students who are maybe working off campus in between teaching.


The technical workshops offer a great range of support for all students wishing to expand their knowledge of a variety of processes and the majority of technical demonstrators are practising within the creative industries.


The teaching programme is intensive and there is a good range of staff available for all students to work with.

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The MA Theatre Directing programme is a practice-based course for those wishing to become professional theatre directors and equip themselves with the skills needed as a creative producer and independent researcher. Read more
The MA Theatre Directing programme is a practice-based course for those wishing to become professional theatre directors and equip themselves with the skills needed as a creative producer and independent researcher. The programme runs in the evenings to allow access for those with family and work commitments. The programme works with each student to give them a strong practical understanding of a range of directing methodologies and develop their unique directorial voice and vision.

Key Facts:

Professional-level performance facilities
Taught by experienced theatre professionals and academics
Range of professional theatre networks

Why Choose Us?

The MA Theatre Directing programme is taught by academics with professional theatre experience in first-class rehearsal facilities with performances in a professional arts venue. The programme works with each individual director to develop their unique theatrical voice and equips them with the skills, both academic and practical, with which to realise their directorial vision.

Students will study at University Square Stratford (USS), our brand new campus in the heart of Stratford and benefit from facilities including:

State of the art performing arts spaces, with over £750,000 of brand new specialist equipment
3 performance studios, kitted out with advanced lighting rigs and AV equipment
72 person capacity Harvard lecture Theatre with live lecture capture technology
The Weston Learning Centre, a multi media space open 24/7 in term time, where students can study, engage in group work and take advantage of the learning facilities USS has to offer

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The MA in Filmmaking offers an innovative programme for those interested in integrating the theory and practice of moving image at postgraduate level. Read more
The MA in Filmmaking offers an innovative programme for those interested in integrating the theory and practice of moving image at postgraduate level.

The programme fosters a community of independent filmmakers and artists working in a collaborative and nurturing environment. The course offers a diverse range of practice-led and theoretically informed modules. The wide range of cultural production covered includes: fiction, documentary, artists’ moving image, animation, the cinematic essay, experimental film and the avant-garde, and media activism.

The programme aims to familiarise students with debates in film studies concerning critical representation formats, reflexive and self-reflexive inquiry, aesthetics, and production determinants and systems. Students will gain knowledge of key issues to do with globalised and post-colonial film, media and art production and consumption, and the various ways in which meaning is produced in different genres and modes.

Central to the method of study is practical and theoretical innovation and experimentation in the fields of analysis, concept development, production, post-production, distribution and exhibition. The scope of research undertaken by students will reflect the diversity of approaches and contexts in which film/video and new screen media operate.

The MA draws upon the research and practice of a body of film, art and media practitioners, theorists and historians based in the School of Arts and Digital Industries at UEL.

Modules are underpinned by technical instruction in digital production and post-production provided by Apple Mac accredited instructors. There is also the opportunity to take 16mm film workshops.

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The MA Acting offers a unique postgraduate programme to combine academic study in performance with a practice-based approach to performance. Read more
The MA Acting offers a unique postgraduate programme to combine academic study in performance with a practice-based approach to performance. In collaboration with the MA Theatre Directing programme, students will produce and perform a range of work during the MA while undergoing a professional programme in actor training. The programme is taught in the evenings and on Saturdays and is available for both full- and part-time study.

Modules include:
Actor Training
Performance Laboratory
Staging Performance
Research Methods
Dissertation/Production

The Acting Master’s programme benefits from the inclusion of a wide range of visiting practitioners – both directors and actors. In addition to giving ‘masterclasses’, these practitioners deliver some of the modules on the programme. Each year, a different theatre company acts as a mentor for the Staging Performance module taking students through the whole process of putting a production together from its inception right up to the performance.

The programme is taught in the evenings and on Saturdays and is available for both full- and part-time study.



Students will study at University Square Stratford (USS), our brand new campus in the heart of Stratford and benefit from facilities including:

State of the art performing arts spaces, with over £750,000 of brand new specialist equipment
3 performance studios, kitted out with advanced lighting rigs and AV equipment
72 person capacity Harvard Lecture Theatre with live lecture capture technology
The Weston Learning Centre, a multi media space open 24/7 in term time, where students can study, engage in group
work and take advantage of the learning facilities USS has to offer

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This doctorate is a practice-based research degree, unique to UEL. With its greater emphasis on practice, it is more appropriate for many artists than a PhD. Read more
This doctorate is a practice-based research degree, unique to UEL. With its greater emphasis on practice, it is more appropriate for many artists than a PhD. The programme aims to enable you to develop and demonstrate a high level of professional practice through your research and creative practice. It provides a critical dialogue linking theory with creative practice. However, the written element supports and reflects on the practice, which represents the main part of the original research.

Programme structure
The first year emphasis is on preparation and registration of the research proposal.

There is a Research Methodologies module in the first year to support this undertaking, which is part of the masters programme delivery.

The student is supported throughout their programme of study by the programme tutor and 2 supervisors who have expertise in the student’s research field.

Students also receive tutorials where appropriate as part of the visiting artists programme and are encouraged to attend any part of the university’s many BA and MA lecture programmes relevant to their research.

The Professional Doctorate programme is delivered by supervision of research in theory, creative and professional practice. It also involves exhibition seminars, and an annual Critical Review Paper.The Visiting Artists’ programme includes presentations and discussions, studio and gallery visits.

The taught element of the programme represents less than half of the total programme measured by student effort.

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The Primary PGCE with Music is designed to support trainees in developing the skills, values, knowledge and understanding required to meet the Teachers’ Standards. Read more
The Primary PGCE with Music is designed to support trainees in developing the skills, values, knowledge and understanding required to meet the Teachers’ Standards. The programme will do this in the context of east London schools where it is paramount that teachers have the ability to support learning in a multicultural, multilingual urban environment. The Primary PGCE with Music aims to equip trainees with additional expertise in supporting learning and teaching in music and with the confidence and competence to take on a leadership role.

The Primary PGCE with Music is a partnership programme, written and developed in collaboration with schools. Much of your time will be spent in schools, observing learning and teaching, exploring the interface between theory and practice and working with pupils in a range of classroom settings. You will be an active participant in a diverse community of students. Inclusion, personalisation, and pupil voice are some of the key themes and values underpinning the programme. You will engage with research at Masters level.

You will participate in practical workshops which seek to develop musical confidence, ideas for activities in the classroom and an understanding of aspects such as performing, composing, progression and assessment. Your experience on this route will include spending a day in schools known for ‘best practice’ in music.

Added value:
Recommendation for Qualified Teacher Status (QTS).

Your future career Successful completion of the programme enables you to apply for teaching posts. There is a very high success rate for our trainees in securing teaching posts, the vast majority in local schools. The Primary PGCE with Music programme will support you in building confidence and competence to take on a leadership role in supporting learning and teaching in music in the future.

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The PGCE. Secondary Drama programme is designed to meet the Standards required for Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) and to develop specialist secondary teachers in English. Read more
The PGCE: Secondary Drama programme is designed to meet the Standards required for Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) and to develop specialist secondary teachers in English.
It aims to do this in the context of our Secondary Partnership Schools many of which are situated in east London where skills of educating children in a multi-cultural, multi-lingual urban environment are paramount.

Overall the programme aims to produce effective teachers who are able to operate as reflective practitioners. To fit this description you should:
• develop your knowledge, skills and understanding of what it means to be a professional in school;
• engage in practical and theoretical enquiry as a key element in your development as a teacher;
• reflect on and take responsibility for your own professional development;
• have the necessary experiences to meet the Teachers’ Standards;
• acquire the skills, knowledge and understanding to develop additional expertise in supporting pupils with EAL;
• be able to respond proactively and positively to change and thus enabled to make informed contributions to education;
• develop your ability to read and write critically at Masters Level.

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Aims. The PGCE. Secondary Music programme is designed to meet the Standards required for Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) and to develop specialist secondary teachers in English. Read more
Aims
The PGCE: Secondary Music programme is designed to meet the Standards required for Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) and to develop specialist secondary teachers in English.
It aims to do this in the context of our Secondary Partnership Schools many of which are situated in east London where skills of educating children in a multi-cultural, multi-lingual urban environment are paramount.

Overall the programme aims to produce effective teachers who are able to operate as reflective practitioners. To fit this description you should:
• develop your knowledge, skills and understanding of what it means to be a professional in school;
• engage in practical and theoretical enquiry as a key element in your development as a teacher;
• reflect on and take responsibility for your own professional development;
• have the necessary experiences to meet the Teachers’ Standards;
• acquire the skills, knowledge and understanding to develop additional expertise in supporting pupils with EAL;
• be able to respond proactively and positively to change and thus enabled to make informed contributions to education;
• develop your ability to read and write critically at Masters Level.

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