Our flexible, industry relevant and globally expanding postgraduate offer provides the perfect opportunity to specialise and further develop your area of expertise.
An overview of our postgraduate programmes are below with links to course and fee information for each course.
Design, Management and Technical Arts MA Programmes
A unique Postgraduate Programme that allows you to explore ways of working with light in collaborartion with world-leading lighting designers. Those planned for 2020 include Paule Constable, Willie Williams, Andi Watson and Michael Hulls.
Performance MA/MFA Programmes
Watch our latest video for an overview of our 2020 entry School of Performance Postgraduate Programmes by Head of School, Niamh Dowling.
The MA/MFA Actor and Performer Training is a practice-based programme for those seeking intensive advanced training as actors and performers alongside rigorous academic study and performance research.
This brand new MA/MFA builds on and extends the work developed on our ground-breaking BA (Hons) Actor Musicianship programme, drawing on our strong links to theatre makers, directors, choreographers, writers, musical directors and performers involved in the development of this innovative area of theatre practice.
The MA Collaborative Theatre Making programme explores in practice the development of ensemble performance and theatre that is innovative, imaginative and dynamic.
We are delighted to run new MA/MFA programmes with London International School of Performing Arts (LISPA) which has recently relocated to Berlin.
This three-year MFA is a unique global degree offered by Rose Bruford College in London in partnership with National Theater Institute (NTI) in Connecticut.
This programme is for those who are interested to make and perform theatre by, with and for young people. As one of the UK's leading drama schools, Rose Bruford College offers a unique opportunity to study and train in this increasingly popular and dynamic area of theatre practice.
Research and Teaching Postgraduate Programmes
This part time postgraduate programme is designed for full and part-time teachers and those who support learning in Higher Education in the performing arts disciplines of theatre, drama, dance, music, lighting, scenography and the digital arts. The programme is work based.
This new collaborative research degree programme is available by both full-time and part-time study, and offers candidates access to the facilities of both Rose Bruford College (RBC) and the University of East London (UEL).