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Cultural Policy, Relations and Diplomacy MA

Cultural Policy, Relations and Diplomacy MA

Key information
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Qualification type

MA - Master of Arts

Subject areas

Cultural Studies Diplomatic Studies

Course type

Taught

Course Summary

The MA Cultural Policy, Relations and Diplomacy is a trans-disciplinary programme that addresses the theory and practice of cultural policy, cultural relations, and cultural and public diplomacy. This broad area of study and the terminology applied to it is fluid and expanding. Having culture as the underlying thread, the programme explores areas such as: arts policy and management; globalisation; cultural relations; public diplomacy; cultural and arts diplomacy; external communications; place branding. This will provide a unique perspective into this field of study, and will examine topics such as mobility of cultural practitioners, cultural identity, intercultural dialogue, mutuality, propaganda, soft power, hegemony, influence and perceptions. Graduates of this programme develop a wide range of skills and competencies. You'll be able to: Describe and understand a range of practices, policies, structures and systems in the cultural policy and international cultural relations areas involving a variety of stakeholders (individuals, NGOs, foundations, corporations, governments, international and supranational organisations); Define and understand the use of theories and key concepts in cultural policy, cultural relations and cultural and public diplomacy, such as culture, identity, globalisation, soft power, hegemony, influence, propaganda, mutuality, trust, intercultural dialogue, nation building/branding; Discuss the importance of cultural policy in relation to international cultural relations; Understand the diverse and changing relationships between culture/arts, politics and international relations; Build on your existing experience and/or interest to develop knowledge within cultural policy and international cultural relations.

Different course options

Full time | Goldsmiths, University of London | 1 year | OCT

Study mode

Full time

Duration

1 year

Start date

OCT

Modules

The Dissertation is an extended piece of written work of 12,000 words, more or less 10%, on a research topic of your choice (but subject to approval). It is undertaken during the Spring and Summer terms. The dissertation comprises a critical review of the literature and/or original analysis of documentary and/or other evidence on a chosen topic within the fields of your programme. The dissertation is intended to assess the full range of students? abilities and to apply a range of learning outcomes, which the programme enables students to develop. In particular it enables assessment of the ability to design, develop and write an advanced research project using primary and/or secondary materials appropriate to the topic and according to the necessary conventions of scholarly work. It requires independent motivation and self-directed learning, under supervision, and enables students to demonstrate competence for critical analysis and sustained persuasive argument.

Tuition fees

UK fees
Course fees for UK / EU students

For this course (per year)

£10,140

Average for all Postgrad courses (per year)

£5,202

International fees
Course fees for non-UK / EU students

For this course (per year)

£18,340

Average for all Postgrad courses (per year)

£12,227

Entry requirements

Students should have (or expect to be awarded) an undergraduate degree of at least second class standard in a relevant/related subject. Students might also be considered for some programmes if they aren’t a graduate or their degree is in an unrelated field, but have relevant experience and can show that students have the ability to work at postgraduate level.