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Music MMus

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Business and Humanities Graduate Diploma

Full time

Our Business and Humanities Graduate Diploma will prepare you for a range of Master’s courses at Newcastle, including agriculture, business communication, heritage, law, media, social sciences and transport.

Business and Humanities Graduate Diploma with Pre-Sessional English

Full time

Our Business and Humanities Graduate Diploma with Pre-Sessional English enables you to study one term of English language followed by academic study in business and humanities.

Creative Arts Practice MA

Full and part time

Through the MA in Creative Arts Practice you will develop your creative identity and engage with digital culture. You will also join a vibrant community of professional artists, designers, musicians and performers. We all work together to develop and diversify our work.

Digital Media PhD

Full and part time

Our digital media research is committed to transdisciplinarity, creative digital practice, the intersection of art and sciences, social technologies and public engagement.

Music MLitt

Full and part time

Our Music MLitt enables you to develop a flexible individual research programme in classical, popular, world, contemporary, early, folk and traditional music, applying approaches of interest to you (eg historiographic, theoretical, cultural, critical), under the supervision of specialists who are leaders in their field.

Music MMus

Full and part time

The MMus offers a flexible route to advanced musical study including classical, popular, world, contemporary, early, folk and traditional. You can pursue this research-based courses through creative practice (eg composition, performance, improvisation, or a blend of these) or musicological study in a field of your choosing.

Music MPhil, PhD

Full and part time

Our Music MPhil and PhD programmes enable you to pursue advanced research in the areas of classical, popular, world, contemporary, early, folk and traditional music through a range of approaches. These include practice-based research, and musicological and theoretical inquiry.

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