Why study MA Theatre Arts at Middlesex?
At Middlesex, we prepare the next generation of Theatre Arts professionals to be pioneering and innovative practitioners with advanced skills and contemporary knowledge of their chosen industry. Through a combination of practice-based assignments, theoretical inquiry and independent research in your field, you will develop the skills to locate and advance your work in both national and international professional contexts.
Based in our Media and Performing Arts School, you will be taught by some of the UK's leading academic-practitioners and associate artists with opportunities to explore the diverse world of Theatre Arts through high-profile guest lecturers, industry visits and professional placements while you study. Armed with these invaluable skills, experiences and professional contacts, you will graduate with the confidence to navigate an exciting career path in today's competitive arts industries.
Valuable opportunity to reflect, investigate and advance your Theatre Arts practice, however broad or specialised it currently is.
National and international placement opportunities to expand your professional contacts and extend opportunities for employability.
Innovative Ravensfield Theatre with fully-equipped studios and workshops featuring specialist technicians to support your exploratory and performance-related work.
Project presentations, including performances, workshop-demonstrations and installations, which benefit from our existing and future relationships with professional venues in London and beyond.
Internationally oriented and designed to accommodate different specialisms, enabling you to develop a wider analytical and global perspective on the issues affecting your work.
- Access to emerging theories and contemporary debates related to your field through our world-leading Centre for Research into Creation in the Performing Arts (ResCen) - a multi-disciplinary research centre that bridges academia and practice.
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