Master's study in Film, Theatre & Television
In the fast-evolving creative industries, commercial and business skills are becoming increasingly valuable to ensure success.
The MA Creative Enterprise combines the strength of three world-renowned schools at the University of Reading: the School of Arts and Communication Design, Henley Business School and the School of Law. You'll build your skills as a practitioner, learn more about the legal and financial aspects of the arts, and develop a critically informed knowledge of the creative sector. It's also a great opportunity for you to meet other creative and ambitious students within and beyond the Department.
MA Creative Enterprise: Film Pathway
This pathway is designed for people interested in contemporary film cultures -including topics such as techniques and technologies, programming and festivals, representation and storytelling. As with other Creative Enterprise pathways, your studies allow you specialise in a particular discipline and help you to better understand the wider landscape of the creative sector.
As a result, you will be able to build your career as a practitioner, simultaneously enhancing your business and creative and critical skills. The degree is ideal if your aspiration is to set up your own business or advance into a managerial role.
MA Creative Enterprise: Theatre Pathway
The MA Creative Enterprise: Theatre Pathway allows you to combine your passion for performance with studies in law, management and entrepreneurship. On the theatre pathway, you'll explore theatre practice and its critical contexts, learn about the importance of programming and curating in the contemporary theatre landscape, and deepen your understanding of industry trends and practices.
Tailor your studies
Depending on which pathway you choose, your studies will include modules such as:
- Management in the Creative Industries
- Film Production
- Transnational Theatre Landscapes
- Film Festivals and Film Programming
- Entrepreneurial Management for Creative Artists
- Contemporary Theatre and Performance Practices
- World Cinemas
Your course will culminate with an extended project, normally a written dissertation or a practical production.
Join a network of creative peers
You will have access to the Department's extensive creative network of industry connections. It's your chance to engage with practitioners and experts in the field, and build up a network of contacts that will benefit you greatly in your career.
MA Creative Enterprise Scholarship Scheme 2016/17
You can apply for the MA Creative Enterprise scholarship scheme, which awards a tuition fee discount of £1,000 to the best candidate. The application deadline for 2016/17 is 22 May 2017.
The quickest and easiest way to apply for one of our master's courses is through our online application service.