We have exciting programmes and opportunities for students and researchers who are keen to explore the world of creative technologies.
We have a wide range of PhD opportunities in different faculties at the University. From a PhD in Robotics and Autonomous Systems, to Arts & Humanities PhD programs in Theatre and Performance, Comparative Literature or Film and Television, we are interested in applications from researchers from a wide range of disciplines working with and on creative technologies, using creative technologies as a method in their practice-as-research and working historically, critically, or theoretically on media.
Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR) and Mixed Reality (MR) are being used across a wide range of industries, including games and entertainment; theatre and live events; museums and heritage; marketing, advertising, and tourism; architecture and design; and simulation and healthcare.
In this MA, you will translate your learning and experience in creative arts (for example writing, theatre, film or music production) into making engaging immersive content and designing innovative interactive experiences.
You will have the ability to work across disciplines to produce engaging immersive experiences for a variety of contexts, through working collaboratively with students on the MSc Immersive Technologies (Virtual and Augmented Reality) to bring together skills in creative arts and computer science/software development,
Throughout the course, you will learn from world-leading academics and pioneering thought-leaders, and work closely with creative industry partners.
This program is closely linked with Immersive Arts Virtual and Augmented Reality MSc