A relevant Bachelors degree of a minimum 2:2 classification, one that is within the arts, or a recognised equivalent. Mature students may be allowed non-standard entry, if they have sufficient depth of knowledge and understanding in the subject specialism, and longstanding engagement in the subject. We accept students with a wide range of educational and relevant work experiences and recognise a variety of qualifications. Relevant work may be, or have been in any one or more of the following organisations or fields: Arts, galleries and museums organisations, education and enterprise For an applicant whose first language is not English, evidence of language fluency at IELTS Level 7.0 or above is required.
Months of entry
A multidisciplinary course, which enables students to further develop their practice, through practical, conceptual and contextual advancement. The course is focused on questioning contemporary Fine Art practice, enabling students to interrogate their work, through considerations towards the context in which they create, critically reflect, market and disseminate their work. It is designed to support them in their pursuit of a variety of professional Fine Art and associative practices.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
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