Partnership with creative industry is central to teaching and learning in the Faculty of Arts, Creative Industries and Education, and Masters programmes on which DCRC researchers teach are co-produced, developed and delivered with a range of collaborating stakeholders.


Students on our industry-led MA Virtual and Extended Realities are based at the new inter-disciplinary UWE Bristol VR Lab facility, engaging with DCRC researchers across immersive and interactive media in practical experimentation, prototyping and user testing of practice-based research.


Co-designed with DCRC’s Creative Economies Lab and Bristol Business School, and developed in collaboration with external partners, the MA Creative and Cultural Leadership combines business and leadership with the arts, creative and cultural industries, taking a practical, practice-led approach, with an emphasis on equality, diversity and inclusivity.


Delivered in partnership with Watershed, our MA Screen Business is firmly embedded in Bristol’s creative sector, drawing on DCRC’s highly regarded screen industries research across the programme.