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Postgraduate taught

Creative Industries

Develop transferable skills, specialist knowledge and professional experience through interdisciplinary teaching

Industry placement options

The Bill Douglas Cinema Museum - the biggest film-related archive in the UK outside the British Film Institute

Opportunities for study in the field

Gain sound business understanding and knowledge of a variety of sectors including film, TV production, publishing, theatre, museums and art galleries.

Our pioneering programmes draw on Exeter’s strengths in these areas and aim to equip those with a background or interest in the creative industries with the skills they need to succeed.

We are actively engaged in research and innovation projects within the creative industries and beyond. This includes our Centre for Intermedia and Creative Technology, Centre for Interdisciplinary Film, Centre for Contemporary Performance Practices, The Bill Douglas Cinema Museum, our Creative Dialogues events and our portfolio in the heritage sector.

I completed my degree in BSc Banking and International Finance in Mauritius, following which I had three years of professional experience in Digital Product and Innovation.

After being honoured with a Chevening Scholarship, which is one of the most prestigious and competitive International scholarships, I was keen to further enhance my skills and experience in innovation and business strategy. I was particularly attracted to the new and practical approach to learning, which is more of 'learning by doing' which is essential in the actual business world. My classes are very engaging and interactive and our assignments are practical, which makes us go beyond our comfort zone and explore our potential in different skills and master 360-degree thinking.

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Creativity: Innovation and Business Strategy MA