All MSA Live projects are live. A live project is where an educational organisation and an external partner develop a brief, timescale, and outcome for their mutual benefit.
All MSA Live projects have social impact. Social impact is the effect an organization’s actions have on the well-being of a community. Our agendas are set by our external collaborators.
MSA Live projects work with many organisations: charities, community groups, social enterprises, community interest companies, researchers, practitioners and educators.
Our MSA masters students take the lead in the project conception, brief development, delivery and co-ordination of a small project. Other cohorts join for an eventful 2 weeks of activities at the end of the academic year.
Working in teams within and across year groups and courses; MSA students participate in peer to peer learning. In addition, collaborators, participants and students engage in the transfer of tangible and intellectual property, expertise, learning and skills.
This year approximately 600 students from 4 cohorts in MSA will work on 42 projects with partners.