This industry-led master's course offers you the opportunity to explore the politics, business, and culture of immersive technologies. You will learn practical skills and develop your craft as a pioneering storyteller in virtual, augmented, and extended realities.
MA Virtual and Extended Realities is an industry-led course designed to address the increased demand for expertise in immersive storytelling. The course is open to passionate graduates who want to enter the radical world of virtual, augmented, and extended reality production.
We welcome students from all disciplines and backgrounds and are looking for people with ideas about how their unique perspectives and diverse experiences can contribute to this young and fast-evolving industry.
Your background may be in journalism, filmmaking, experience design, education, marketing, or theatre. Perhaps your specialism is in storytelling, software, sound design, or circus.
Whatever you bring to the mix, this is a place for independent thinkers who thrive in experimental, collaborative, and hands-on learning environments.
Why study this course?
Virtual and Extended Realities is one of the fastest growing markets in the world. There is a recognized shortage of graduates with the skills and experience needed to support transformation in every sector.
Why UWE Bristol?
In this one-year, full-time course, you'll combine theory and critical thinking with practical experimentation. Throughout the year, you'll learn from pioneering thought-leaders and work with internationally significant industry partners. This collaboration will allow you to create innovative work in virtual and extended realities.
Previous partners include BBC R&D, Royal Opera House, English Institute of Sport, and Ultraleap. You'll also benefit from the support of a personal mentor, hand-picked from our research and professional networks to support your development.