The programme will provide you with the opportunity to engage in taught studio-based research, under-pinned by a strong theoretical awareness of contemporary practice.
It will encourage critical reflection on personal practice and awareness of the relationship that your work may have to an audience. The programme will help you connect with a wide diversity of cultural industries on a national and international level. It will enable you to consider aspects of curatorial practice and the public reception art works involving general and specialist audiences.
This course builds on the success and experience of our previous postgraduate programmes and is informed by the importance of adaptability in a rapidly changing, pluralistic, and complex world.
Strong employer links have already been established within our courses, which have been designed to take into account the needs of a diverse range of potential employers. In addition to continuing to progress individual fine art practice, students find employment in education, museums, the libraries and archives sector, publishing and broadcasting as well as finding the skills acquired through postgraduate study to support a wide range of entrepreneurial activity.
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- Independent Scholarship and Critical Reflection
- This triple module is an opportunity for you to demonstrate your deep engagement with the subject, your intellectual and critical awareness and apply your own creativity and imagination to your project. You will be expected to produce a significant and mature body of practical creative work that demonstrates the realisation of your individual practice and its location within the award you have chosen.
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- 12 months
- 24 months
Start dates & application deadlines
- StartingApplication deadline not specified.
DisciplinesVisual Arts Liberal Arts View 388 other Masters in Visual Arts in United Kingdom
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- For international students you will need to have qualifications and experience that are at the same level as for a UK student applying for the same course.
UK and EU Entry Requirements
You will normally be expected to have an appropriate fine art, or other first degree appropriate to apply for the MA (Minimum 2:2 or above), or a professional qualification of equal standing, or significant practical or professional experience gained following your initial qualification that would support your application. You should bring your portfolio to the interview normally arranged at the University. You will also be asked to provide a plan of how you intend to use the time on the MA to further your practice.
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National6550 GBP/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 6550 GBP for the full programme and a duration of 12 months.
UK fee: £730 per 20 credits(Full-time/Part-time)
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Apply and win up to €10000 to cover your tuition fees.