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Hello! My name is Emma. I am a part-time MA Creativity: Innovation and Business Strategy student. I also studied my undergraduate degree in English at Exeter. I spend my time networking, writing, and taking pictures. I also enjoy writing poetry on obscure subject matters and bargain hunting for vintage clothes. I work part-time as a supervisor at Paperchase and can be often found there ogling at the luxury leather-bound journals. I’m hoping that my blog can give some guidance to new and prospective students as someone who has been living in Exeter half their life and studying at the university for nearly four years now.

MakeTank Game Design Project

By Emma Anderson, currently studying the MA Creativity: Innovation and Business Strategy programme

Being a part-time student has many perks: more time to think about your dissertation proposal, a lighter workload, and time to develop a career as you study. However, it also means you must wait impatiently for some of the most exciting modules on your course to come around. For me, the Ideas, Generation, the Creation Process, and Value Chain Models module was just that. (more…)

   February 25th, 2020    Miscellaneous

MA Creativity: Innovation and Business Strategy Falmouth Intensive

By Emma Anderson, studying MA Creativity: Innovation and Business Strategy

Between the 12th and 14th of November the MA Creativity: Innovation and Business Strategy students set off in pursuit of an intensive networking project in Falmouth. The intensive would involve working alongside Falmouth MA students to impress the likes of Tate St Ives, Seasalt, Stranger Collective, and Fiffteen Cornwall. In just two days they had to answer their given project brief with a pitch with enough professionalism to impress their assigned business. At the prospect of bagging a potential placement opportunity in April should their work impress, the students set about collaborating on the brief in hand. This is my journal blog documenting my experience as one of the MA Creativity students. (more…)

   February 11th, 2020    Miscellaneous

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