Taught course

Fine Art

Bangor University · School of Creative Studies and Media

Entry requirements

An honours degree from an approved University or a non-graduate qualification of satisfactory standard for the purpose of postgraduate admission. Prospective students are also asked to attend an interview with portfolio of previous work and make a proposal for study, including contextual reference (around 500 words) that will outline their intentions. Applications received after 31st July are not guaranteed an interview.

Months of entry


Course content

This course designed to enable you to engage in a substantial period of study to help you review, change, develop and strengthen your position as an artist. To this end, the course encourages artistic responsibility, self-direction, and competence. The ethos of the programme is to enable you to acquire a confident individual expertise and the advanced skills to develop your creative potential beyond the course through developing your knowledge and understanding of the contexts of critical and professional sustainable practice. Phase 1: Postgraduate Certificate in Fine Art - Module 1: Research Practice 1 (Orientation and Context); Module 2: Research Practice 2 (Context and Practice). Phase 2: Postgraduate Diploma in Fine Art - Module 3: Advanced Studio Practice 1 (Application and Collaboration); Module 4: Advanced Studio Practice 2 (Towards Resolution). Phase 3: MA Fine Art - Module 5: Exhibition Practice (Resolution and Synthesis) - involves the development and production of a substantive manifestation of coherent and critically robust original work that will represent the level achieved through individual creative practice.

Qualification and course duration


part time
36 months

Course contact details

Andrew Smith
+44 (0) 1248 382 257