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Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts: Professional Practice: Theatre and Drama Facilitation

Institution Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts View institution profile
Department Performing Arts
Web http://www.lipa.ac.uk
Email admissions@lipa.ac.uk
Telephone 0151 330 3000
Study type Taught

Summary

Now in its third year, this innovative MA enables you to maintain your professional practice while reflecting upon and refining the skills and techniques to elevate your career to a more specialised or strategic level. This programme runs January to January, so the next intake is January 2023.

The blended learning format includes work-based and distance learning with intensive teaching blocks, so you get the benefit of arranging your study schedule and face to face peer engagement. Our course empowers you to:

  • Rejuvenate and advance your drama facilitation practice

  • Cultivate critical reflection to improve professional decision-making and contribute to your field by finding new solutions to common challenges

  • Exploit appropriate analytical and project management tools to enable high-level reporting in a professional context.

Master of Arts - MA (PG)

Take a look at LIPA

The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA) is a specialist higher education provider of learning for performers and those who make performance. Co-founded by Paul McCartney and Mark Featherstone-Witty, LIPA opened in 1996 and is an acknowledged part of the UK’s higher education provision for the performing arts, recognised and ranked alongside much older institutions.

Our student population is approximately 770 and our worldwide reputation means that 25% of students come from beyond the UK. We have representatives of every continent and from over 40 countries training with us.

LIPA prepares students for a future …

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