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MFA Fine Art

Details Tuition: £21,703 Start Month: October
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University of Oxford

MFA Fine Art

Programme Description:

The Ruskin MFA degree is an intensive, interdisciplinary programme in the practice of contemporary art, designed to support studio-based and theoretical components of your artistic practice.

Type:MA(Full-Time) Tuition:£21,703
Duration:9 Months Start Month: October

Application Fee: £50.00

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MLitt Art History

Details Tuition: £17,090 Start Month: September
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University of St Andrews

MLitt Art History

Programme Description:

A postgraduate degree in Art History can be the stimulus for a new career path, consolidate and enhance your undergraduate training, or provide the foundation for the specialised research degrees of the MPhil or PhD. Art History at St Andrews offers students the opportunity to sample a diverse range of subject areas, from early medieval art and architecture to the radical avant gardes of the twentieth century; or to create a specialised pathway of coursework which concentrates upon a specific chronological period, medium or theme.

Type:MLitt(Full-Time) Tuition:£17,090
Duration:12 Months Start Month: September
Modules Include:

Art after the Holocaust

Art Historical Resources and Methods

Aspects of Art and Politics in Late Twentieth-Century Art

Art and Politics in the Trecento

Bibliography for Art History or History of Photography

Imperial Lens: Readings in Nineteenth-Century Asian Photography

Issues in Photographic Criticism

Paragons of the Northern Baroque: Rubens and Rembrandt

Readings in Art History or History of Photography

Studies in Late Mediaeval Italian Sculpture

The ‘New Vision’ in Twentieth Century European Photography

School: Images, Spaces, Artefacts and Ideas of Learning

William Morris

University of St Andrews Photographic Collection

Gothic Manuscript Decoration: Culture and Context


Application Fee: £0.00

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MLitt History of Photography

Details Tuition: £17,090 Start Month: September
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University of St Andrews

MLitt History of Photography

Programme Description:

The MLitt in History of Photography offers a range of innovative courses covering the 19th-century origins of photography and the camera to the high-modernist art photography, documentary narratives and technological advances of the 20th century.

Type:MLitt() Tuition:£17,090
Duration:12 Months Start Month: September
Modules Include:

Art Historical Resources and Methods

Bibliography for Art History or History of Photography

Issues in Photographic Criticism

Histories of Photography (1835-1905)

Readings in Art History or History of Photography

University of St Andrews Photographic Collection


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MA Arts Management

Details Tuition: £14,750 Start Month: September
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Lancaster University

MA Arts Management

Programme Description:

This programme is designed to develop the core skills and knowledge that are required by managers in the arts and cultural sector. It will enable graduates to develop an understanding of the environment within which cultural and creative organisations operate and identify the issues that influence them.

Type:MA() Tuition:£14,750
Duration:12|24 Months Start Month: September
Modules Include:

Research theory and methods

Dissertation

Art Management Practice

Creative Industries Placement

Personal Development

Strategic Thinking in the Arts


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MA Fine Art

Details Tuition: £23,020 Start Month: September
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University College London

MA Fine Art

Programme Description:

The MA in Fine Art combines studio work with a theory-based programme of lectures and seminars led by internationally renowned practising artists and history of art scholars respectively. A research-centred programme, students are admitted into painting, sculpture or fine art media (which includes electronic media, photography, print, film and video). The programme provides an intellectual and creative environment in which talented fine art graduates develop their individual potential as professional artists and pursue independent research. The History and Theory of Art component enables students to develop in depth the relationship between theory and practice in their own work.

Type:MA(Full-Time) Tuition:£23,020
Duration:24 Months Start Month: September

Application Fee: £50.00

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MFA Fine Art

Details Tuition: £23,020 Start Month: September
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University College London

MFA Fine Art

Programme Description:

The MFA in Fine Art is a studio-based, research-centred programme with a critical studies component, supported by studio-led seminars arising from the creative and critical interests of students and staff. Students are admitted into painting, sculpture or fine art media (which includes electronic media, photography, print, film and video). The programme provides an intellectual and creative environment in which talented fine art graduates may develop their individual potential as professional artists and researchers in their chosen studio area; whilst developing a critical awareness of the broadening intellectual and cultural contexts of fine art.

Type:MFA(Full-Time) Tuition:£23,020
Duration:24 Months Start Month: September

Application Fee: £50.00

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MA Arts Management and Heritage Studies

Details Tuition: £14,000 Start Month: September
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University of Leeds

MA Arts Management and Heritage Studies

Programme Description:

he MA in Arts Management and Heritage Studies is an exciting, new programme developed in close collaboration with the School of Performance and Cultural Industries. It builds on our successful MA in Art Gallery and Museum Studies, and allows students to undertake core and optional courses in both our School and our sister School in the Faculty. It aims to contextualise and investigate the key theoretical concepts behind the emerging academic fields of Arts Management and Heritage Studies, and engage students in the application of academic ideas in the professional workplace. By combining theory and practice, the programme produces highly employable graduates and future researchers and academics in the fields. As some museums move to the role of ‘manager’ rather than ‘curator’, the programme will ensure that graduates both qualify for and critically analyse such changes in the profession.

Type:MA(Full-Time) Tuition:£14,000
Duration:12 Months Start Month: September

Application Fee: £0.00

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MA The Arts of Africa, Oceania and the Americas

Details Tuition: £14,500 Start Month: September
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University of East Anglia

MA The Arts of Africa, Oceania and the Americas

Programme Description:

The one-year course provides students with detailed knowledge of the visual arts, contemporary and historical, of the three geographical areas (Africa, Oceania and the Americas). It also highlights the methodological and theoretical issues involved in their analysis and display, both in their original contexts and in the contexts of museums and exhibitions. Consideration of this material occurs at the interface of anthropology, art history, archaeology and museology. The MA course is therefore essentially cross-disciplinary to frame regional developments and important shared themes (e.g., traditions in art and architecture, making, ritual, social/power relations, colonialism, contemporary arts). Throughout the programme, there is a strong emphasis on comparison and examination of current theory, while highlighting the complexity of each area. The flexible range of topics for essays and the dissertation, and a research tutorial option, allows the course to be tailored to a student's interests. Thus someone wishing to focus, for example, on the anthropology of art, archaeology, or Mesoamerica can weight the course in that direction by selecting essay subjects in that area. Working closely with academic staff, the dissertation (max. 15,000 words) also allows students to study intensively a topic of their choice, possibly as a precursor to doctoral research. Places on the course are restricted to a maximum of eight, allowing an unusually high degree of regular individual supervision and small-group tuition.

Type:MA(Full-Time) Tuition:£14,500
Duration:12 Months Start Month: September
Modules Include:

Africa section

Americas section

Oceania section

SRU Dissertation

SRU Museology timed essay


Application Fee: £0.00

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