MPhil: BA or BSc degree required; if aged 25+ relevant experience considered. PhD: BA/BSc/Masters degree or MPhil required.
Months of entry
No other department in the world specialises in both the theory and practice of the traditional arts/crafts. Students are encouraged to pursue their own particular skills - whether it be painting, woodcarving, jewellery, stained-glass, ceramics etc, at the same time as attending classes of geometry, calligraphy, arabesque and others.
Practice and Theory of Visual Islamic and Traditional Arts: Arabesque, Plaster-carving, Stone-carving, Traditional Painting Methods, Universal Meaning/Function of Sacred and Traditional Arts of the World.
Information for international students
Connections include Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Egypt, Uzbekistan, India, Pakistan, Jordan and the USA. Our students come from many different countries, cultures and backgrounds.
Fees and funding
British citizens and EEC students with an MA could possibly apply to the AHRC for funding.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- The Administrator
- 020 7613 8500
- 020 7613 8599