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You will work with practising and published writers to hone your craft and concentrate on your specific genre. Our staff will help you develop your own distinctive voice and advise on possible avenues to publication. Read more
You will work with practising and published writers to hone your craft and concentrate on your specific genre. Our staff will help you develop your own distinctive voice and advise on possible avenues to publication.

This highly successful MA in Creative and Critical Writing was one of the first to offer modules dedicated to the theory and practice of teaching creative writing and the theoretical and practical analysis of the creative process. These options complement the creative and critical strands of the degree and offer you the opportunity to become a writer prepared for the modern professional arenas in which
you may find yourself.

Our students have gone on to careers as published writers, editors, arts administrators and teachers of creative writing. Come and be part of our success story.

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The MA Design course takes a multidisciplinary approach, recognising the advantages of collaborative practice and design interactions. Read more
The MA Design course takes a multidisciplinary approach, recognising the advantages of collaborative practice and design interactions. We see design thinking and research as being at the heart of solutions to issues in areas of sustainability, and believe in its power to transform cultural, social and educational sectors. Successful business and economic growth can be built through the development and application of inventive design thinking.

Learning to think as a designer is the key to finding solutions and developing strategies that can be applied across a range of disciplines. Learning how to design provides you with skills to bring your solutions to fruition.

Building upon your communication, research and intellectual skills the programme will help you fully apply them to successful problem-solving. You will explore contemporary issues such as global trends, ethics, crossing genres, and new and emerging technologies for creation and communication.The UK has produced amazing designers - in demand worldwide for their ability to design futures. Great design inspires - great designers are inspirational. Our MA sets out to help you realise your ambitions.

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This flexible course will develop your practice and critical thinking as you explore a range of key areas in education. You can choose to specialise in inclusive education or leadership or to follow a broader programme as you advance your practice. Read more
This flexible course will develop your practice and critical thinking as you explore a range of key areas in education. You can choose to specialise in inclusive education or leadership or to follow a broader programme as you advance your practice.

With a wide range of modules and the chance to specialise, you can tailor your learning to your professional aims while developing your practice. The course is aimed at those working in education or learning and development roles as well as education graduates who wish to further their studies. The flexible curriculum reflects the latest developments in education and is delivered by a team of dedicated and experienced teaching staff with specialist areas of expertise.

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Leadership is seen as essential for the achievement of educational reform across the globe. This explains how leaders, leading and leadership have moved from obscurity to centre stage over recent years. Read more
Leadership is seen as essential for the achievement of educational reform across the globe. This explains how leaders, leading and leadership have moved from obscurity to centre stage over recent years. This course is an essential basis for school leaders who wish to understand what the academic field has to contribute to their understanding of leadership.

The purpose of the course is to develop a deep criticality of leadership as applied to educational settings. The course is designed to explore how we lead people and organisations from multiple perspectives such as Psychology, Sociology, Business Management and Organisational Dynamics – allowing you to consider and reflect on new ideas and critique your own practice in light of theory and research.

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The MA in Film Production offers postgraduate students the opportunity to advance skills learnt at undergraduate level to create sophisticated, technically proficient, professionally produced, expertly-written films. Read more
The MA in Film Production offers postgraduate students the opportunity to advance skills learnt at undergraduate level to create sophisticated, technically proficient, professionally produced, expertly-written films.

Students will have access to industry-standard equipment, a professional on-campus film studio, personal edit suites with requisite post-production software, and sessions with external film experts. Students will be encouraged to creatively explore the art of filmmaking within the context of a highly structured production environment, and should graduate with clearly articulated outputs that may be used to advance their careers in film production.

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The MA in Fine Art offers an exciting opportunity for students to expand and deepen their knowledge and experience. It provides stimulating studio and theory studies to meet the needs of graduates wishing to develop their studio practice in a critical and supportive academic environment. Read more
The MA in Fine Art offers an exciting opportunity for students to expand and deepen their knowledge and experience. It provides stimulating studio and theory studies to meet the needs of graduates wishing to develop their studio practice in a critical and supportive academic environment.

The programme provides you with a framework within which you will be encouraged to specialise, and through personal investigation to develop a substantial body of work. You will be expected to do so with critical reflection and to locate your work within a contemporary environment of ideas.
The programme also supports you in engaging with sustainability and the challenges inherent in building your artistic practice.

Its aim is for graduating students to be fully prepared as competitive arts professionals.

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The Illustration MA offers you a unique opportunity to develop a creative illustration practice and a mature, insightful authorial voice. Read more
The Illustration MA offers you a unique opportunity to develop a creative illustration practice and a mature, insightful authorial voice. A central element of the course and fundamental to the development of your specialism is the application and testing of communicative drawing; and drawing with identified purpose and intent.

The techniques and technologies which form the practice-based mechanisms of illustration are also key, with the aim of achieving a
dynamic, sophisticated and confident application of process. You will actively explore printmaking, digital painting, creative software and all forms of natural media.

The techniques and technologies which form the practice-based mechanisms of illustration are also key, with the aim of achieving a
dynamic, sophisticated and confident application of process. You will actively explore printmaking, digital painting, creative software and all forms of natural media.

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Key concepts and debates from the disciplinary literature and recent research, models of inclusion and their implications for practice will be critically analysed, as will the range of contexts in which learning takes place. Read more
Key concepts and debates from the disciplinary literature and recent research, models of inclusion and their implications for practice will be critically analysed, as will the range of contexts in which learning takes place.

We will consider how to evaluate and develop policy and practices within individual educational institutions and analyse how far current educational contexts of performativity and high stakes accountability may affect developments in inclusionary thinking and practice.
You will also enhance your specialist and advanced pedagogical knowledge and expand your repertoire of tools and practices in order to develop inclusionary and equitable pedagogy.

The programme is suitable for serving teachers at all career stages and from all sectors of education from early years to FE.

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This route into the Landscape Architecture MA course offers a path into landscape architecture for students from alternate disciplines. Read more
This route into the Landscape Architecture MA course offers a path into landscape architecture for students from alternate disciplines.
Build upon your existing skills within a highly professional environment on a course recognised by the International Federation of Landscape Architects and the Landscape Institute.

Sustainable architecture design benefits from the creative contribution of people with a range of skills and backgrounds. This course allows graduates from different backgrounds to gain the skills to build a rewarding career in landscape architecture.
Through live projects you will engage with keys areas such as masterplanning, environmental assessment, public consultation and design.

With a long-standing reputation and excellent links to industry and professional bodies plus a strong emphasis on sustainability, this course provides an excellent foundation on which to build a dynamic career.

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On this course, which is recognised by the International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA) and the Landscape Institute, you will develop and refine vital skills and experience for a long-term career in an exciting profession. Read more
On this course, which is recognised by the International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA) and the Landscape Institute, you will develop and refine vital skills and experience for a long-term career in an exciting profession. You’ll benefit from professional links to industry, an emphasis on sustainability, a wide range of client projects and proactive teaching staff with extensive professional practice experience. As a result, you will acquire the high level of knowledge and professionalism required to forge a rewarding career, skillfully tackling 21st century issues from sustainability to changes in government policy.

With proximity to cities and rich English landscapes, you will be exposed to the breadth of landscape practice. Landscape architecture
is an alchemy of global topics and specific local conditions and you will develop your skills in this context.
The emphasis on both practical and academic aspects of the profession ensures you will leave with the confidence and insight to go straight into employment and forge a successful career.

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This highly vocational postgraduate course is aimed at supporting and challenging you in terms of ideas, creativity and ambitions, in order to build and expand your photographic (and moving image) portfolio and output. Read more
This highly vocational postgraduate course is aimed at supporting and challenging you in terms of ideas, creativity and ambitions, in order to build and expand your photographic (and moving image) portfolio and output.

The course welcomes photographers from a wide range of backgrounds as well as those who have studied photography at undergraduate level. We are looking for passion and a commitment to exploring and questioning the medium of photography. We want you to produce high quality work that will aid either your personal development or your career ambitions within the creative industries.

We are committed to opening dialogue between a diverse range of creative approaches. Our modules guide students towards recognising potential themes and exploring them using an extended range of approaches and techniques. All classes are delivered on a single day per week thus allowing for work, travel and other commitments.

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This course is designed for ordained clergy, church leaders and/or lay workers with a particular interest in the relationship between sport and spirituality, and whose occupational aspirations lie within the sports chaplaincy sector. Read more
This course is designed for ordained clergy, church leaders and/or lay workers with a particular interest in the relationship between sport and spirituality, and whose occupational aspirations lie within the sports chaplaincy sector.

The Sport and Christian Outreach (Sports Chaplaincy) programme offers students a unique opportunity to understand, critique and develop practice in the realm of sport and spiritual development within chaplaincy roles and settings. The course is based upon the University of Gloucestershire’s established track record in community sports development and sport and Christian outreach. Programme provision also draws upon the international reputation of Redcliffe College (Gloucester, UK) as a provider of excellent missionary training. Modules are tailored towards Christian community work in sport and theology.

Some modules are theoretical, some teach practical skills, some are generic with other sports management areas. Both the Postgraduate Certificate and Diploma pathways include work-based, experiential modules that assess practical skills alongside knowledge, beliefs and values. The University provides support and assessment in finding and working in these placement situations.

Some of our modules
Sports Chaplaincy
Pastoral Care
Mission and Sport
Psychology of Sports Performance
Psychology of Physical Activity and Health
Sports development: Policy and Practice

Benefits
excellent links with the major Christian sports agencies
unique and challenging course content
rewarding placement opportunities
postgraduate certificate, postgraduate diploma and MA route available for this course

Career paths
sports chaplain with inter/national sport governing body;
sports chaplain with elite or semi/professional sports club;
youth worker with sports chaplaincy brief

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For creative practitioners working in the modern world of communication, it is essential that you are able to draw on a wide number of associated and complementary disciplines, thereby extending your ability to communicate effectively to a wide variety of audiences. Read more
For creative practitioners working in the modern world of communication, it is essential that you are able to draw on a wide number of associated and complementary disciplines, thereby extending your ability to communicate effectively to a wide variety of audiences.

In this rapidly developing environment, the most successful practitioners are those people who can embrace alternative approaches, adopt the widest range of skills, and fully appreciate the many methods of media communication.

To help meet the challenge of multi-disciplinary design communication, the University of Gloucestershire has developed this innovative MA programme that draws on the strengths of its staff working across many creative fields.

Graphic Design, Photography, Illustration, Digital, Moving Image and Animation are just some of the complementary disciplines that you will be able to explore during this one year MA programme.

This is your opportunity to investigate integrated design and associated subject areas and then harness those particular skills to produce a uniquely effective creative communication.

You will be actively encouraged to look at problem-solving from alternative viewpoints, with an emphasis on creative experimentation and innovative risk-taking.

Your studies will be supported and enhanced through a stimulating programme of lectures and seminars, while further inspiration will be gained through talks and discussion groups led by visiting professional practitioners.

Your MA studies will have at their core your desire to develop a practical creative project; one you already have in mind or which arises as a result of consultation with your lecturers at the University of Gloucestershire.

The range of outcomes is unlimited, or rather; they are only limited by your imagination. Your final Major Project will predominantly be a practice-based piece that is either the product of a cross-disciplinary creative approach or focussed around a particular specialism.


Benefits

* supports both specific and cross disciplinary project work
* individually navigated projects
* opportunity to work with staff and peer groups from all complimentary disciplines including illustrators, graphic designers, animators, web designers, photographers etc.

Career paths

* This course will support your progress with a wide range of careers within the creative industries.

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Graphic Design, Photography, Illustration, Digital, Moving Image and Animation are just some of the complementary disciplines that you will be able to explore during this one year MA programme. Read more
Graphic Design, Photography, Illustration, Digital, Moving Image and Animation are just some of the complementary disciplines that you will be able to explore during this one year MA programme. This is your opportunity to investigate integrated design and associated subject areas and then harness those particular skills to produce a uniquely effective creative communication.

You will be actively encouraged to look at problem-solving from alternative viewpoints, with an emphasis on creative experimentation and innovative risk-taking.

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