Cultural and creative sectors are important in their own right in terms of their economic footprint and employment. They also spur innovation across the economy, as well as contribute to numerous other channels for positive social impact well-being and health, education, inclusion, urban regeneration, etc. They are among the hardest hit by the pandemic, with large cities often containing the greatest share of jobs at risk. The dynamics vary across sub-sectors, with venue-based activities and the related supply chains most affected. Policies to support firms and workers during the pandemic can be ill-adapted to the non-traditional business models and forms of employment in the sector.
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You can choose to start this degree in October full-time and part-time or January full-time only. Our popular MA Media and Creative Industries programme examines the ways in which individuals, groups, and organisations produce, consume and use media to fashion identities and forge relationships, whilst considering the influence of history, cultural policy, gender, language, race, sexuality and social movements. In addition, you will gain hands on experience of identifying, framing and resolving practice oriented and real-world based challenges and problems, using creativity, critical enquiry and appropriate tools to achieve valuable and relevant solutions. As part of your MA Media and Creative Industries studies, you will learn from a passionate faculty of leading professionals and academics, offering a vibrant insight into the media and creative industries, through the sharing of specialised knowledge in information science, law, anthropology, political economy, political and social theory, ethnic studies and more. The Institute provides students with a profound understanding of how the media and creative sectors operate by sharing knowledge and expertise from a range of industries, including film, television and the press; social media, and the Internet; the arts, tourism and international development.
Showcasing the tangible results of the work being conducted by service designers across the globe is a great way to highlight best practices, inspire like-minded creatives and promote the contributions our industry is making to society every day. Take a tour of our library to learn more! BSI and their customers' data was at risk of being breached via phishing attacks.