Design for Cultural Commons MA

London Metropolitan University

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The Commons discourse is informed by an idea, which has been around for hundreds of years. In a contemporary context of much inequality, the Commons discourse introduces models of sharing. The Commons are about the assets that belong to everyone, forming resources that should benefit all, rather than being enclosed to just a few. Youll learn about how these shared assets are created, governed, used and distributed without overuse and abuse.In the UK, Commons, and co-production are referred to... READ MORE

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Full time | Aldgate | 1 year | SEP-19

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96th / 131
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131st
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40th

Start date and duration

Start date
SEP-19
Full Time
1 year

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Whether you’re looking to change career direction, improve your job prospects or simply pursue a passion, London Met is an excellent choice for postgraduate study. The University’s graduates are working for organisations including the Bank of England, Google, Great Ormond Street Hospital and the United Nations. London Met is particularly focused on work-related learning and ensuring its students have the knowledge and skills needed for a successful career. The latest Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education survey revealed that 96.7% of London Met students are in work or further study six months after graduation, so it’s clearly a strategy that’s paying off. London Met offers taught master’s degrees in a wide range of subject areas as well as postgraduate diplomas and certificates, and PGCEs.

Where you'll study

London Metropolitan University

Calcutta House
Old Castle Street
London
Tower Hamlets
E1 7NT United Kingdom Nearest tube station: Aldgate East  0.1 miles away Nearest train station: Fenchurch Street   0.2 miles away

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