Creative Arts - Arts Educator students at The University of the West Indies learn the dynamics of the creative process – artistic production, working with artists, schools, government agencies, cultural organizations, community groups and art institutions, such as museums and dance companies, to promote art, enhance artistic skills, raise funds, manage budgets, and develop arts and cultural programmes.
Our postgraduate programme seeks to engage artists, teachers and cultural industry workers to explore the development of an arts and cultural infrastructure focusing on national and regional objectives within a Caribbean context. With the increasing importance of arts and culture in the international economy, our post-graduate programme focuses on capacity building to develop human resources in the creative arts, to integrate the arts into schools’ curricula and to produce high-quality art work that will benefit the Caribbean and support the growth of the arts and culture sector.
- Arts Teacher
- Art Administrator and Manager
- Art Entrepreneur
- Arts Researcher
- Work in the Cultural Industries
- Cultural Policy maker.
- Research Methods in the Arts
- Seminar: Aesthetics, Theory and Criticism
- Theorising Caribbean Art
- Theories of Learning in the Arts
- Curriculum Design in the Arts
- Critical Pedagogy in the Arts
- Community Arts
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
- Admission to the MA degree in Creative Arts is selective and based upon an evaluation of all application materials submitted by the candidate.
- Applicants should hold accredited undergraduate degrees or equivalent diplomas.
- Applicants seeking admission will demonstrate a high level of achievement, creative ability, professional character, leadership qualities and initiative.
- Application Processing Fee (BDS $30 for applicants from contributing countries OR US $30 for applicants from a non-contributing countries)
- Birth Certificate (certified or notarized copy)
- Curriculum Vitae (2 copies)
- Two (2) Referee reports (PDF)
- Professional Certificates/Diplomas
- Marriage Certificate (where applicable) (certified or notarised copy)
- Legal Affidavit or deed poll if your present name is different from that on the Birth Certificate (certified or notarised copy)
International18525 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 18525 USD for the full programme during 12 months.
- International students Part-Time: 9525 USD
- UGC-Funded for national students: BDS$6,000.00 and BDS$3,000.00 for part time option per year
Living costs for Bridgetown
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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