Be part of a creative community whilst on your journey of personal, professional and academic development towards your own creative industries futures.

Enrolling now for a January, May or September 2023 start!
Benchmark your current sector knowledge and transferable skills gained either through your undergraduate programme or in your early to mid-career in order to influence the jobs of the future, through:
  • An intensive critical review, you’ll be able to identify and close skills gaps with our consortium of professional and academic mentors, and your masters peer group
  • Support in investigating creative research opportunities that demonstrate leadership in an applied project at the forefront of creative practice or enterprise, particularly in interdisciplinary contexts
  • Our rapid collaborative, cross-disciplinary problem solving ‘gym’ in which you and your peers apply creative competences to propose innovative solutions
  • Effective communication of value and impact to a diverse range of potential stakeholders in your local community, research organisations, charities, investors and the creative industries
  • Professional networking sessions in creative industries contexts, such as our very own, Metropolis Studios and joining a community of practice as lifelong learners

Course Details


MA/MSc Creative Industries Futures (Full-time / Part-time)

Awarding Body

Middlesex University

Modes of study

Full timePart TimeBlended

Campus Delivery


1 Year full-time
2 Years part-time

September and January starts available.

Entry Requirements

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We would like to invite you to take part in an ACM Works Series of 6 Panels called ‘Thought Leadership through Dialogue’, every Monday starting 9th January 2023, reoccurring for 6 weeks until 13th February 2023, at 7.00pm online.

19:00-20.30 – The Panel – Thought Leadership through Dialogue

20:30 – 21:00 – Open Evening for new Masters Programme ‘Creative Industries Futures’

Topics include:

Session 1 – Non-linear music

Session 2 – Immersive sound

Session 3 – Creativity and AI

Session 4 – Games Audio

Session 5 – Music and well-being

Session 6 – Digital rights management

The panels will appeal to those working in game audio, composition, performance art, choreography, events, non-linear music performance.

We look forward to you joining us on what will be a fantastic evening of engagement.


Click the Zoom Link below to Register for this evenings event – 23rd January 2023!


For further information about studying part time, please contact

The programme structure for full time study is:

Ready for ACM?

Jump over to our Apply Now page and fill in our online form. Good luck! Apply now