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University of East London: Sound and Music for Games

Institution University of East London
Department School of Arts and Creative Industries (ACI)
Web http://www.uel.ac.uk
Email study@uel.ac.uk
Telephone 0208 223 3333
Study type Taught

Summary

You can apply for this course as an MFA or MA. The MFA takes one extra year and you can apply by choosing the MFA option when you click 'apply'.

The MA / MFA Sound and Music suite will provide a significant opportunity to extend your skill base through applied practice and research in professional contexts.

You will develop projects in your area of specialism (e.g. performance, production, sound and music for media, games or theatre), and capitalise on our expertise in interdisciplinary working to develop collaborative projects alongside other practitioners and researchers studying Acting, Drama, Performing Arts, Dance, Multi-media, Film, animation and architecture, modelling professional practice and modes of collaboration by operating as creative and collaborative innovators.

Programme-specific skills and professional contexts will include: Sound and Music Performance, Sound and Music Design and Production, Sound and Music for Games, Sound and Music for Theatre, Sound and Music for Games.

Students will be able to choose a programme title, relative to the specialism of their Final Project, Research Praxis and Meta-Praxis modules:

  • MA / MFA Sound and Music Performance

  • MA / MFA Sound and Music Production

  • MA / MFA Sound and Music for Media

  • MA / MFA Sound and Music for Games

  • MA / MFA Sound and Music for Theatre

MA

Master of Fine Arts - MFA (PG)

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