Presentation of collection of work demonstrating interest and aptitude in print mediums and position as an artist required.
Months of entry
The department sees printmaking as a major means of artistic expression. Students are encouraged to use printmaking in an inventive and innovative way in order to make original work that comes from a sensitivity towards the relationship between ideas, imagery and the creative potential in the printmaking media. Assessment: exhibitions, discussion and tutorial reporting.
Information for international students
There are a number of international exchanges with North America and Europe. For possible funding contact British Council in own country.
Fees and funding
DFES bursaries (MA and MPhil) may be available if accepted after interview, printmaking appeal fund.
Qualification and course duration
|Assessment||What kind of work will I be doing? (proportionally)|
|Holistic view of all output||100|
Course contact details
- Lisa Furnell, Department Administrator
- 020 7590 4426
- 020 7590 4438