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Study abroad - Arts Management

Study Abroad students will join the Arts Management degree programme during the autumn term.

Due to the nature of our MA Arts Management course and its focus on industry placements, we generally consider Study Abroad candidates on the following basis: either joining the course for the autumn term (Sept - Dec) or for a whole academic year (Sept - July).

If you would like to discuss a potential application to our Arts Management Study Abroad programme, or would like more information about opportunities to work with us in Arts Management, please get in touch on

Each 13-week programme comprises 12 weeks of specialist teaching via small group classes and tutorials with core staff and visiting industry professionals, as well as an additional ‘Welcome Week’ at the start of the programme.

Please note: A total 120 UK credits are allocated across a year of study. The equivalent of 40 UK credits is available to a Study Abroad student who successfully completes a term of study at the College.

During your time here

Students will benefit from:

  • An understanding of current arts practice
  • Guidance in the development of skills across a range of disciplines
  • Lectures, seminars and tutorials with a core team of experienced arts managers
  • Sessions with and support from industry professionals
  • Applied arts management practice in specialist modules
  • Small group work in workshops and seminars

English language requirements

Applicants who are non-native speakers of English are required to achieve IELTS 7.0 or equivalent, with no lower than 5.5 in listening and speaking and no lower than 6.5 in reading and writing.

Tuition fees for study abroad

The tuition fees* for 2024/25 academic year are £8,500 per term

*tuition fees to do not apply to reciprocal exchange arrangements (eg Erasmus + / Taith mobilities)


For Autumn 2024 term – 31st March 2024

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