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Landscapes, both rural and urban, represent the largest archaeological field resource available and this Master’s programme will equip you with the research skills necessary for their investigation. Read more
Landscapes, both rural and urban, represent the largest archaeological field resource available and this Master’s programme will equip you with the research skills necessary for their investigation.

Central to this course is a focus on modern techniques and approaches to the understanding of human societies, enabling you to learn a wide array of information and ideas and be trained in crucial investigative methods. You will be instructed in the avenues available for regional as well as national studies, and be introduced to a variety of research options

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The MA in Drama offers students the opportunity to combine practical theatre work with complementary critical and theoretical study through a dynamic course of creative learning. Read more
The MA in Drama offers students the opportunity to combine practical theatre work with complementary critical and theoretical study through a dynamic course of creative learning.

Students select to specialise either Theatre and Young People or Contemporary Theatre Practices allowing them to develop expertise and profile in one of these pathways and at the same time to benefit from taking a number of shared core modules common to both courses. Both programmes enable students to develop substantial work experience through the course’s close contacts with the profession.

Launched last year, this innovative post graduate programme is designed to enable students to engage with an advanced approach to practice against a framework of academic research, through group work, individual supervision, seminars, workshops and professional mentoring sessions. There is a focus on partnerships with the professional theatre community and students are able to form close links with directors, companies and theatre venues in the region, through work placements and production opportunities.

Drama at Worcester provides a vibrant research environment for students to develop and refine their own practice. The course is an excellent grounding for emerging theatre practitioners: directors, performers and writers. Graduating students may also follow careers in postgraduate research, lecturing or teaching, theatre administration, the media and community arts.

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This course is for artists, arts professionals and arts graduates who are seeking a higher academic degree. It will enhance your career opportunities and equip you to survive financially as an artist, through the acquisition of business and entrepreneurship skills. Read more
This course is for artists, arts professionals and arts graduates who are seeking a higher academic degree. It will enhance your career opportunities and equip you to survive financially as an artist, through the acquisition of business and entrepreneurship skills.

Prepares you to be a financially successful artist
Work alongside the University’s Artist in Residence and Arts fellow
Professional practice and business tutors from industrial and professional backgrounds
Programme has extensive input from input from visiting artists, arts practitioners, curators, art managers, arts marketers and arts fund raisers
Flexible study patterns
Opportunities for exchanges and collaboration with professional artists

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The Creative Digital Media Masters is aimed at those who wish to develop their digital media design skills further (both academically and practically) while at the same time having the option to enhance their entrepreneurial and business abilities. Read more
The Creative Digital Media Masters is aimed at those who wish to develop their digital media design skills further (both academically and practically) while at the same time having the option to enhance their entrepreneurial and business abilities. The course is broad in scope but specialism is possible through the Independent Study.
The course will develop your digital media design skills in areas such as web design, interactive multimedia, digital animation, digital video and digital audio design. The course is based around a core 'triangle' of media development issues, including communication, creativity and production.

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The MA in Early Years examines issues in the provision of Care and Education for children under 8 with regard to policy and practice in the UK and abroad. Read more
The MA in Early Years examines issues in the provision of Care and Education for children under 8 with regard to policy and practice in the UK and abroad.

Our philosophy is that study should be relevant to the workplace, with a strong emphasis placed on reflecting on your own practice in order to bring about personal and organisational improvements. These improvements will impact upon the attainment, achievement, motivation and well-being of children directly, or indirectly, through improvement in the quality of service provision. Examples of good practice are drawn from research literature and from discussion with other practitioners.

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The Postgraduate Education Programme is designed to provide the opportunity for postgraduate study for in-service teachers. All the courses encourage school-based school improvements in an area selected by teachers as being relevant for their own professional circumstances. Read more
The Postgraduate Education Programme is designed to provide the opportunity for postgraduate study for in-service teachers. All the courses encourage school-based school improvements in an area selected by teachers as being relevant for their own professional circumstances. There are many flexible packages of study focusing on professional concerns to enable busy teachers to benefit from personal development. Teachers are able to draw on school and LEA in-service courses to support their Masters level study. Some courses result in named Certificates and Diplomas, and all build up to a Masters degree.

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The Literature. Politics and Identity MA is distinctive for its combination of innovative and traditional approaches to the subject. Read more
The Literature: Politics and Identity MA is distinctive for its combination of innovative and traditional approaches to the subject. Through a choice of modules you will have opportunities to explore key contexts for English Literature and to apply your learning in practical ways.

A core module enables you to develop and practice research skills, while optional modules explore contemporary and classic texts from a range of perspectives. As well as analysing literary texts you will also have the chance to respond to them in creative ways.

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The MA in Special and Inclusive Education examines a wide range of professional issues about special educational needs in special and mainstream schools and other learning environments. Read more
The MA in Special and Inclusive Education examines a wide range of professional issues about special educational needs in special and mainstream schools and other learning environments. It is concerned with issues associated with DfES policy, legislation and, in particular, the implications of inclusion for learning, teaching and pupil performance.

The course is modular, offering flexibility of study patterns. It is suitable for part-time and full-time students. Part-time students can achieve the MA in two years. Alternatively modules can be planned around longer term professional and career objectives.

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This programme invites graduates with an academic or practice interest in social work, community work and related fields of practice to achieve a Masters level development of their practice, study and research interests. Read more
This programme invites graduates with an academic or practice interest in social work, community work and related fields of practice to achieve a Masters level development of their practice, study and research interests.

The MA has an ongoing research and practice profile in which it applies Western models of social work and community practice to global themes of human need.

For UK applicants, it is the opportunity to develop practice knowledge to Masters level hence progressing practice and academic profiles and portfolios of knowledge. The programme supports students to undertake an action research project in an area of professional interest and expertise.

It is not a social work qualifying award but does develop a professional profile for related areas of social work and community practice.

Practice experience is an optional part of the programme and students with relevant practice experience or a desire to undertake the programme as a purely academic study are welcomed.

For international students it is the opportunity to explore the global discourses of social work and community work whilst learning more about a UK and European model of social work practice. International students again are invited to undertake the programme as a pure academic award or to combine this with practice experience and the construction of a professional practice portfolio.

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This course has been specifically designed for students looking to forge a career in the sustainability sector, whether starting from scratch or accelerating/re-directing an existing professional path. Read more
This course has been specifically designed for students looking to forge a career in the sustainability sector, whether starting from scratch or accelerating/re-directing an existing professional path.

Delivered by experienced sustainability professionals, the Master's Degree in Sustainable Development Advocacy is a unique programme that trains graduates to influence organisations to work towards more sustainable practices by facilitating a fundamental shift in understanding and values. Whilst students enter the course from all disciplines and stages in their career, they graduate as critical thinkers, change-makers and future leaders, and can demonstrate this with a portfolio of placement project work.

The course attracts high calibre individuals with a desire to influence, innovate and succeed; our graduates are policy-makers, business leaders, entrepreneurs and grass-roots pioneers.

Delivered in partnership by the University of Worcester and independent sustainable development charity the Bulmer Foundation, the Master's Degree in Sustainable Development Advocacy has been nominated for the Green Gown award and described as one of the most innovative Masters Degrees available in the UK.

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If you are an experienced and qualified practitioner, this Masters in Systemic Youth Work will provide a space for you to reflect and think about the changes taking place in children and young people’s services. Read more
If you are an experienced and qualified practitioner, this Masters in Systemic Youth Work will provide a space for you to reflect and think about the changes taking place in children and young people’s services.

The programme offers you a real opportunity to systematically engage with the changes which are impacting on the qualified practitioners, who often find themselves in very different professional settings to the ones they qualified for

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