2nd Class Honours degree or equivalent qualification/experience; a practical and creative artistic ability, (demonstrated in a portfolio) is the determining factor for entry.
Months of entry
Projects may involve either a specialist pursuit of a single medium or a broader, multidisciplinary approach that draws on the skills and opportunities provided by our staff and facilities. We will encourage you to take advantage of the many opportunities for collaboration with Schools across the University.
Modules in Entrepreneurship and Contemporary issues will support the development of your practice. Professional development is an integral part of the course and is facilitated by the artists and art world professionals who visit the School.
Modules: Research skills and studio-based modules; an optional module from: Contemporary Issues, Global Marketing, Digital Marketing Communications, Digital Cultures and Design.
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Information for international students
Fees and funding
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
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