Northumbria University is excited to announce the launch of our new Vice-Chancellor (VC)
Masters Scholarship Scheme to help you progress onto the next level. 100 scholarships
available, worth £2750 off selected full-time on campus Masters courses starting in
MA Cultural and Creative Industries Management
The Cultural and Creative Industries Management framework offers a practical, vocational
approach, providing high level professional development. You will be able to build the
characteristics of management into the cultural field in which you wish to specialise. You
will be equipped to critically reflect on policies, procedures and practices informed by
theory, which will enable you to stand out from peers and be a fully participative and
engaged member of the creative and cultural community. Our research-rich learning
environment combines an emphasis on enterprise, employability and business
intelligence, with a concern for ethical practices that contribute to a creative cultural
Cultural and Creative Industry managers often create their own work within this fast
evolving globalised sector. We will provide you with opportunities to build skills needed
for cultural entrepreneurship, creative flexibility and resilience, and engaged relationshipbuilding
within the dynamic businesses, organisations and practices that make up these
industries. Personal development is achieved through self-reflective exploration and
working in diverse groups and teams.
As a graduate of this programme, you will be part of an active global network engaged in
this rapidly developing field, enriched and supported by our Creative Partnerships with
leading cultural providers in the Northeast and beyond, including for example the Baltic
Centre for Contemporary Art, Tyneside Cinema, Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums. You
will be equipped to challenge existing practices and orthodoxies and contribute to
innovative and creative solutions through your independent approach to contemporary
practice. You will be driven by a curiosity to explore both aesthetic forms and their social,
political and cultural implications.
This programme will also equip you to continue Postgraduate research at PhD level.
For more information contact Susan Ashley at firstname.lastname@example.org
To apply, complete and submit a short application form by 1 August 2016. You must apply
and accept an offer for one of our selected full time courses to be eligible for the scheme. Go
You may also be eligible for the new 2016 Government’s Master’s loan of up to £10,000 to
support postgraduate study this September.