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- Benefit from a programme taught in partnership with archive specialists from Plymouth City Council's Museums and Galleries Archives.
- Develop links with local record offices and other archives: work-based learning is a key feature of the MA.
- Meet practical and current needs (fund-raising, employment law, archival and digital skills) for a range of employment options in the archive and heritage sector with our range of core and optional modules.
- The MA is designed to be a professional qualification and is aligned to the Archives and Records Association's new competencies.
- Prepare yourself for a range of archive and related jobs, including posts with local government, national archives, museums, universities, businesses and charities.
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課程長度: 12 months
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The MA Archival Practice programme is taught in partnership with archival professionals from The Box, Plymouth. It will give you practical experience of the archive: through work-based learning in local archives, ranging from manuscripts to film, sound and digital archives, you will explore current and practical issues such as fund-raising, the varied needs of users, and how to communicate through outreach and marketing.This programme is also available to study part-time.Key features
* A 2:1 or first class BA (Hons) degree in a relevant discipline (or equivalent overseas qualification) and a period (minimum 30 days / 120 hours) of paid or voluntary employment in an archive or records service, or experience in a post where archive or record management is a substantial responsibility. Applicants meeting these criteria are interviewed by a practising member of the profession in the selection process. We are very happy to help with finding a suitable pre-programme placement. If you would like to discuss options, or if you have any questions about the programme or the admissions process, please contact the Admissions Team.
IELTS (Academic): 6.5
Around 10% of the student body are from outside the UK with around 100 countries represented. There is a team of international student advisors on hand to help with the transition to life in Plymouth and are available through a dedicated centre. There is also an English language centre for those wanting to work on their skills with the national language and a series of information for applications on the website including by country. There is also help on matters such as immigration and visas, working during studies and bringing family members to the country. Extracurricular activities are managed through the Student Union as well as support and advice services and a number of entertainment venues. In the main union building, there is a bar, a lounge and a private event room that has a dance floor and regular live DJs. There is also an advice centre ranging from financial to academic advice and two shops. The union organises a number of annual events including a summer ball and music events. There are over 100 societies on offer to involve students outside the classroom so there is something for all tastes. These range from academic and interest to cultural and faith groups as well as volunteering and fundraising opportunities, media and performing arts groups even politics and campaigning. There are an additional 50 sports clubs and teams including traditional sports such as swimming, football and rugby to newer sports and activities.