Since 2003 the MA Antiques (Distance Learning) course has been inspiring researchers and practitioners; individuals who want to develop a specialised interest in antiques without the necessity of on-campus attendance, and who wish to do so on a part-time basis.
Whether as a leisure activity, to follow your aspiration to be an antique dealer, or as recognition of your professional status in antiques, the MA Antiques offers:
• a postgraduate qualification in antiques with a proven success rate;
• marketing advantages for your business, and/or your own career development;
• the opportunity, after the first year, to specialise in a field of your choice;
• support for students who, after a long period away from formal education, may find postgraduate study daunting at first;
• encouragement for indivduals who may not have formal entry qualifications - experience counts;
• assessment by 100% coursework in the form of concise project reports or academic papers. So, no examinations, summer school or on campus requirements.
Flexible Tutorial Support
We offer a clear structure of progression, balanced by flexible personal tutorials; it is this bespoke interaction with academic staff that our students tell us they find both supportive and inspirational. You can expect to have:
• Weekly one-to-one contact
• Tutorials based around your schedule
• Web based conferencing
• Chat rooms with fellow international students
For an informal discussion contact Karl K. Jeffries, the course director, at [email protected]
+44 (0) 1772 895 185 or go to http://www.uclan.ac.uk/antiques
2.2 in related discipline area or equivalent professional experience.