Normally a recognised British honours degree to a good standard, or its equivalent. The course is designed for graduates in fine art, artists, arts practitioners or other potential applicants from art and design who consider they have established an area of relevant research..
Months of entry
The MA Fine Art range of courses utilises the international profile of the staff research team and creates the possibilities for effecting dynamic shifts in cultural production. The employment opportunities today are greatly increased for post-graduate students suitably experienced as artist/arts professionals working in the expanded field of art practice, which is reflected in the content of this course. The MA courses offer access to specialist teaching, workshop facilities and good technical support with supportive and accessible learning resources at the library and on the computer network to develop professional, creative and contextual skills. A range of full time and associate lecturers, all of whom are practising and exhibiting artists teach Fine Art at the University. A team of qualified technical staff and visiting artists also support the course.
The MA Fine Art has a modular structure providing students with the opportunity to research, plan, develop and realise an independent Post Graduate Programme at first Post Graduate Certificate, Diploma and then at Master's Level. The MA Modules in Fine Art encourage student interaction, sharing experience and participation and critical debate (Research Methods, Professional Practice, Degree Project & Contextual Report) and 2 Specialist Introductory and Project Development Modules.
Information for international students
Qualification and course duration
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Course contact details
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