Our MA International Jewellery Management course is an exciting and innovative degree within our suite of Luxury postgraduate programmes from UCA’s Business School for the Creative Industries. This course is perfect for those who have a passion for jewellery design and are looking to develop business skills in readiness for a career in managing global jewellery brands.
Working closely and collaboratively with fellow postgraduate students and creative practitioners at our School of Business in Epsom, you will develop your professional and managerial skills in marketing, entrepreneurship, supply chain management and business strategies in the realm of contemporary jewellery.
Every course within our Business School portfolio is taught with a global perspective, giving graduates the skillset required to pursue a creative business career anywhere in the world. Our teaching programmes are all project based, combining knowledge from both business and the creative industries in order to produce well-rounded, highly employable graduates with a highly-regarded qualification.
MA International Jewellery Management is an innovative and exciting new degree for those looking to pursue a career in the jewellery business. You will be taught global business strategies and management techniques specific to this market and will be expected to apply your own entrepreneurial and innovative approaches to jewellery management.
On the course you will be supported with varied briefs and taught through seminars, tutorials and workshops and critiques from professional and experienced academics at our Business School for the Creative Industries. You will also have the unique opportunity to collaborate with postgraduate students on our MA Luxury Brand Management course.
As you progress through your degree you will undertake and explore more refined service design methods for the international jewellery market alongside identifying future trends within the international jewellery sector.
There will be a strong emphasis on your own independent research and at the end of the course you will have developed a final creative industries project. The format is flexible to emulate industry so can be through the development of your proposal through a written report or a design proposition project which accompanies a written report. This work will fully support your career progression and/or further research in this field.