Master of Creative Enterprise

Take your creativity to the market. Work closely with established industry leaders and academics to nurture your creative endeavour from development through to commercialisation.

Illuminated fibre-optic cables against black background

ether, a bespoke immersive experience design service, creating entrancing audio-visual installations for events, concerts and live performances. Kaysha Bowler, MCE, 2019.

Callum Campbell tutoring a student in digital audio workstations

Discholars offers curriculum-aligned tuition in digital and electronic instruments, in a new way to teach music to young people in New Zealand. Callum Campbell, MCE, 2019.

Master of Creative Enterprise

  • postgraduate degree
  • 18 months
  • full-time study
  • Wellington-based

In the Master of Creative Enterprise (MCE) you'll explore the commercial applications of your work, and take a creative project, idea or service from development to market-ready status.

You'll work under the close dual mentorship of an academic supervisor and industry expert. Learn how to evaluate market potential, develop a smart business plan and work in a lean process to develop a working prototype or complete product suitable for commercialisation in national and international markets.

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Audio plugin interface

Nodal Plugin Suite, an example of Jonny McGregor's software development investigation into how alternate user interfaces influence the use of audio plugins in music production. Jonny McGregor, MCE, 2019.

Te Ara Toroa — Rere Ki Uta, Rere Ki Tai
The flight of the albatross — Venturing into the unknown
Design by Ngataiharuru Taepa, Kaihautu Toi Māori—Director of Māori Arts

Toi Rauwhārangi
College of Creative Arts
Wellington, Aotearoa