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Study Part-Time For Your Postgraduate Degree At Backstage Academy

We are pleased to announce that we are now able to offer our postgraduate degrees for part-time study. With all courses offered over 1 year, full time or 2 years, part-time.

With our postgraduate community growing each day, being able to offer part-time study provision to industry colleagues and prospective students will be hugely beneficial to provide the ability to work alongside studying.

Our postgraduate courses include:

  • MA Live Event Design
  • MA Innovation & Entrepreneurship for Live Events
  • MSC Creative Technologies for Live Events

Our postgraduate team and specialist courses, based at the heart of the live events industry on Production Park, allow for cross course collaboration, creative exploration and an innovative approach to further study. We pride ourselves on the uniqueness of our courses that provide learners with hands-on, practical teaching and project-based, industry-led experiences and opportunities.

“Being able to offer our postgraduate degrees as a part-time option opens up the possibility for students who need the flexibility to balance their studies with professional activity. For us at Backstage Academy, it creates possibilities to expand our specialized postgraduate community, which brings us enormous satisfaction at the potential of our industry colleagues and future students to operate in various areas and projects in the live events and creative industries.”

Aby Cohen, Head of Department (Postgraduate Studies)

If you are interested in finding out more about our postgraduate courses, please join our Virtual Open Day, Thursday 24th June, 6 - 8 pm.


You are also welcome to book an individual campus tour and/or zoom call if you would like to visit us at Production Park and have a 1-2-1 informal conversation with the postgraduate team.

Our current third-year undergraduate students and Backstage Academy graduates are also entitled to receive an alumni bursary of £600.


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