University of the Arts, London is OK. Not great but OK as a university. It used to be called the London Institute. Some of its constituent colleges are very good, however. Camberwell and Chelsea, for example. They have famous alumni and have close links with art and design in London and other world capitals.
You could consider also the Art Institute, Bournemouth and University College for the Creative Arts which has two campuses in Kent and Surrey. All of these institutions offer arts management programmes.
The bigger problem you will have with your choice of MA course is that it is (they are) not highly regarded for employment except in a very narrow field such as art galleries PR, conservation, or general arts admin. Look upon it as a personal interest and don't expect employers to fall over themselves to throw large sums of money at you because you're an MA. On the other hand, you'll make contacts and meet famous people in all these institutions and that may give you more future interests than the actual courses.
Sounds like one of those courses that only gets you a job in McDonalds
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