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Mwal
« on: November 19, 2009 03:30:26 AM »

Hello

I was wondering if any craftsters here have thought about doing a MA in a creative subject, or is currently on one or has finished one or any general thoughts about it.

If so what course you would choose, which uni, what is the course/uni like.

Do you think it is a waste of money/ or has it helped in your career?

How good do you have to be, what are the course leaders looking for in a MA student, and how do you put a portfolio together if you are like me been out in the rat race for a while.

Would really like to hear peoples thoughts, experiences and advice.

Thank you
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