Master of Arts in Arts and Cultural Entrepreneurship WEBINAR

The National University of Singapore Master of Social Sciences in Communication, hereafter referred to as the MSocSci (Communication), is offered by the Department of Communications and New Media at the NUS Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.
 
This webinar is intended for a general audiences, ranging from tertiary students to working professionals. While the webinars are free, registration is still required.
 

DATE:
Thursday, 2 September - 8:30PM in Singapore (GMT+8:00) via Zoom

TOPIC: 
Master of Social Sciences in Communication Information Session

DESCRIPTION:
In this programme, there are three specialisations to choose from:

  • Strategic Communication Specialisation
  • Data and Communication Specialisation
  • Global Media Communication Specialisation
  • Tap on the strengths of the first programme in Asia to focus on digital communication and leadership by shining a spotlight on new media and communication leadership, digital marketing, and data analytics.
  • Acquire job skills that are critical for success in the industry through a curriculum that examines and tackles current and emerging trends like those identified by the Singapore Government’s SkillsFuture Skills Framework for Media.
  • Reach for the stars while standing on the shoulders of giants, by learning from leading figures in the media industry through an integrated mentorship programme.
 
SYNOPSIS OF THE MASTERCALSS
  • The emergence and rise of the creative cultural sector
  • Industries that support the sector
  • The practices of creativity
  • Conditions and potentials of cultural and creative work for professionals and organisations
Upon completing the Masterclass, attendees will be able to: identify the industries in the CCI sector, define the value of creativity, and appreciate the labour of cultural work.
 
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Audrey Yue is Professor and Head of the Department of Communications and New Media at the National University of Singapore (NUS) where she teaches cultural policy, urban communication and transnational Chinese media. She is also Deputy Director of the NUS Centre for Trusted Internet and Community and Convenor of the Cultural Studies in Asia PhD Programme.