Why choose this course at Central Saint Martins
- Flexible online interactive learning: The course is delivered online with students from across the world. The structure and timescale allow for a particular pace of development. It gives time for risk-taking and reflection in your practice as well as balancing other life and work commitments. Through self-organised practice and student-led initiatives, the course will help you to build a sustainable practice.
- Tried-and-tested model: Established in 2004, this course initially ran at Camberwell College of Arts, pioneering a highly effective model for building an online community. As part of a small group of students, you will learn together in a challenging and rewarding setting, supported by award-winning staff. Recent graduates from the course have won numerous awards and commissions, including the Aspen Art Award and ARTIQ Graduate Art Prize.
- Personal project: The curriculum is designed to foreground your individual practice and study. You will define and develop your own project to combine your skills, experience and interests, focusing on issues that are relevant to a particular group or audience.
- Theory and practice: Our aim is to integrate theory and practice, ensuring that you develop your potential in relation to a clear question, context and methodology. With a research-oriented, interdisciplinary and socially engaged ethos, we focus on innovation and developing deeply a reflective art practice.
Careers and alumni
Graduates of the Fine Art Digital course from University of the Arts London (UAL) go on to work in a wide range of settings, with many now self employed and regularly exhibiting their work in galleries, festivals or running their own creative businesses.
Other alumni work in the wider creative industries as creative directors, designers, photographers, videographers or educationalists. The expanding role of the digital is transforming all creative work and creating new opportunities that could scarcely be imagined just a few years ago.
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- In Unit 1, you will develop a study statement which gives direction to your practice. You will start and maintain a reflective blog that documents and evaluates your practice-based research. This will form the framework for how you will develop your work in Unit 2.
- The emphasis of Unit 2 is a combination of ambitious practical work and a deepening awareness of the context of your work. This is evidenced in the ongoing use of your reflective blog and active involvement in group discussions.
- During Unit 3, your focus will be on resolving your work in relation to your study statement with a wider contextual understanding.
- 24 months
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DisciplinesVisual Arts Liberal Arts Digital Marketing View 38 other Masters in Digital Marketing in United Kingdom
The standard entry requirements for this course are as follows:
- An honours degree
- Or an equivalent EU/international qualification.
International14725 GBP/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 14725 GBP per year during 24 months.
National5870 GBP/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 5870 GBP per year during 24 months.
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Apply and win up to €10000 to cover your tuition fees.
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