The Centre for Culture and the Creative Industries provides a rich and thriving academic environment in which to study one of the fastest-growing sectors of the global economy.
Based in the heart of London, one of the most dynamically creative cities in the world.
We undertake world-leading research into many aspects of the international creative economy and regularly advise organisations such as UNESCO and the Department of Culture, Media and Sport on matters of cultural policy.
We have particular specialisms in:
- cultural labour and work
- cultural policy and inequalities
- globalisation and the creative industries
- digital media and new technologies
- identity and cultural studies
- political economy of the creative industries.
Our research is critical, analytical and often intentionally interventionist. It intends to make a difference to the development and practice of current cultural discourse and institutions and our research is often targeted at, or commissioned by, public bodies.
This research expertise consistently informs our outstanding teaching. Our MA in Culture, Policy and Management is the longest established programme of its kind in the UK, with a near forty-year history and a network of alumni in prestigious cultural management positions around the world.
Our pioneering new MA Global Creative Industries allows you to gain a strong knowledge of the creative industries and its evolution as a force to globally empower economic and social development.
Our MPhil/PhD Culture and Creative Industries offers students the chance to develop their research agenda and transferable skills working with world leading experts in cultural policy and creative industries.
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