Our Professional Writing, Film, Media, New Media, Journalism, Creative Studies, Drama, Professional Writing Masters degrees at the Bangor University offer you a blend of taught modules and personal supervision, allowing you to both pursue your own area of interest and draw upon the wide-ranging expertise of members of staff, all within a structured framework. The MAs also allow you to pursue a blend of theoretical/critical and creative-practice work.
A distinct feature of our approach is the way in which students from the various disciplines are encouraged to interact with, and learn from each other. For example, students from screenwriting, theatre and media practice courses often work together to produce practical pieces of work. Our course structure is extremely flexible, and allows students to choose modules from outside their specialised disciplines.
Why Study Film, Media and Journalism ?
You will be joining a vibrant postgraduate community and a University with significant experience in teaching the creative industries at postgraduate level. Our postgraduate students have won numerous awards and scholarships and found academic and industry employment at such prestigious institutions as the BBC and in the entertainment software sector.
- This course is delivered first-hand by experts in Film Studies. It is taught through a combination of small-group seminars, as well as one-to-one supervisions. In addition students will benefit from a lively research environment, with a regular programme of research seminars, screenings, conferences and guest speakers.
- 12 months
Start dates & application deadlines
The University will accept applications throughout the year.
DisciplinesFilm, Photography & Media Creative Writing Journalism View 22 other PhDs in Creative Writing in United Kingdom
- We would normally expect students starting a PhD or MPhil to hold a first class or a good second-class undergraduate degree. In many cases PhD and MPhil applicants have studied to MA level, though this is not compulsory.
- We are able to accept students on a distance-learning basis, but they should have already acquired the skills taught in the introductory seminars, or should make arrangements to attend equivalent seminars at another institution, at their own expense. Students whose first language is not English are expected to have achieved a TOEFL score of at least 600, with a TWE (written score) of 4; or an IELTS score of at least 7+.
International16500 GBP/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 16500 GBP per year during 12 months.
EU/EEA4500 GBP/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 4500 GBP per year during 12 months.
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