Admission to the research programmes is based upon interview. Successful applicants for MPhil study will normally hold a first-class degree in an appropriate discipline. Successful applicants for PhD study will normally hold a Masters degree in an appropriate discipline.
Months of entry
The Dynevor Centre for Arts, Design and Media offers opportunities to study for research degrees of the University of Wales. Research may be undertaken through creative practice accompanied by a substantial written report, or through a written thesis.
Accepted students are supervised by a Director of Studies who will have appropriate research experience in the chosen field of study. A second supervisor will also be allocated. In the first year of study, students attend a research methodology module that will provide formal training in research methods.
Fine Art Combined Media; Fine Art Ceramics; Fine Art Painting and Drawing; Design for Advertising; General Illustration; Graphic Design; Art History; Photography in the Arts; Photojournalism; Video; Documentary Video; Video Arts; Surface Pattern Textiles for Fashion; Surface Pattern Textiles for Interiors; Surface Pattern Contemporary Arts Practice.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Catrin Webster
- 01792 481285
- 01792 205305