The Creative Practice degree offered at the University of Westminster enables you to develop your practice and research skills in arts and media towards the completion of your research project, supported by expert supervision from eminent artists, theorists and designers, as part of CREAM’s extensive practice-based doctoral programme. You will work in close supervision with a researcher practitioner in your field of specialism, to assist you in the development of your individual research project.
You will have the opportunity to select and attend seminar programmes alongside CREAM’s doctorate students and MA students in a range of different art subjects relating to your interests. The current range of research expertise includes photography, experimental and documentary moving image, digital art, curation, music and experimental sound, fashion and ceramics.
The course offers unique opportunities to:
- develop your creative practice in a renowned research environment
- study with specialists in your chosen field of practice
- progress towards PhD Study
- build valuable connections in research and professional communities in arts and media
- participate in its rich programme of events and symposia.
The MRES in Creative Practice provides the tools to develop a profession in creative research and scholarship relating to teaching in higher education, working in archival research and related fields, as well as developing your work as a practicing artist, curator, designer and writer working in your chosen field.
- Research Project in Creative Practice
- Research Methods in Creative Practice
- What makes artistic or media practice into research?
- How to formulate research questions for creative practice?
- How to situate one’s own creative practice in the intellectual and artistic environment?
- 12 months
- 24 months
Start dates & application deadlines
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All candidates will be required to demonstrate an aptitude for creative practice as research. They will have to present a draft proposal for their proposed creative practice research project and will be interviewed face to face or by Skype by a member or members of the course team.
All candidates must possess either:
- A good (first, good 2.1 or equivalent) honours degree including a substantial amount of creative practice, or
- A good Masters degree (distinction, merit or equivalent) in a creative arts, design or media subject, or
- Demonstration of substantial professional or professional-level experience in creative practice
- Project proposal
International13500 GBP/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 13500 GBP per year and a duration of 12 months.
EU/EEA6000 GBP/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 6000 GBP per year and a duration of 12 months.
- UK/EU: £3,000
- International: £6,750
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