View all Part time MA Programs in Art Studies in UK Online United Kingdom 2019/2020
Masters degrees are more versatile than doctoral qualifications and have a broad range of professional and academic applications. According to the U.S. Department of Education, three types of masters programs exist research, professional, and terminal. The most popular masters degree types are Master of Arts (M.A.) and Master of Science (M.S.) in a mixture of subject fields.
Those looking to get involved in the fine arts, in the study of literature and philosophy, or to try other creative roles like designing fashion or culinary arts, will be most likely to find the program of their interest in the Arts category.
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The programme is designed for visual effects (VFX) professionals with significant experience in their field who want to gain a master's degree that focuses on their curre
We have developed an innovative approach that includes the development of leadership and management within the VFX sector, delivered as a part-time programme of study for working professionals.
Enables established VFX practitioners to gain a master's degree in between one and two years
Centres on real-life projects undertaken in the workplace, allowing employers and individual practitioners to negotiate the specific focus of professional learning
Focuses on the development and enhancement of advanced professional practice both of the individuals undertaking the programmes and in the sector more widely to promote collaborative working
Facilitates the accreditation of (in-house or externally provided) advanced professional training previously or concurrently undertaken so that this learning can count towards the degree
Provides added value to employers in the form of enhanced and innovative outcomes for the work projects being undertaken by their employees both during and after the programme....
This practice and the research-based programme will enable you to explore and develop your interest and skill in all forms of narrative and sequential illustration. The p
This is a highly practical course that aims to give students the very best opportunity to publish in these fields. The course is staffed by practicing illustrators with rich and varied experience in these fields and invaluable insight into all aspects of publishing. The course will draw on the advice and expertise of visiting publishers, writers, editors, designers and art directors offering the best possible opportunity into the seemingly impenetrable world of publishing, narratives and children's books.
Middlesex University offers superb facilities, including our exceptional printmaking rooms offering silkscreen, litho, monoprint, wood and lino cutting, etching and drypoint options. Students will have access to our state-of-the-art reprographic department, where dummy books and sample illustrations may be printed to the highest professional quality. In addition, we offer practical bookbinding expertise and instruction, enabling students to produce illustrated material to the highest presentation standard....
With elements of business, finance, marketing and IT, Arts Management is a complex and exciting discipline to master. From theatre to film, literature and music, it can b
Why study MA Arts Management at Middlesex?
At Middlesex, we recognise that there are a wide range of arts organisations and industries with a diverse number of career paths and further study options for those with an interest in Arts Management. That’s why we developed our course to be flexible and interdisciplinary, with options to tailor your entire MA to suit your individual interests and needs, whether that’s digital media, events, marketing, communications, entrepreneurship or further study beyond this programme.
Based in our £80 million state-of-the-art Grove Building, the creative heart of our University, you’ll be taught by leading practitioners and academics from our Business, Law, Media and Performing Arts Schools, with opportunities to collaborate with students across a range of disciplines and tasks. Through a combination of theoretical and practical learning, you’ll develop a critical understanding of arts management operations and the impact of research on audiences and industries worldwide....
The MA Professional Practice (Arts) is a highly flexible postgraduate qualification designed for established professionals working in the cultural and creative industries
Master in Professional Practice - Arts (MA)
The MA Professional Practice (Arts) is a highly flexible postgraduate qualification designed for established professionals working in the cultural and creative industries. It has been developed especially to allow you to continue working and integrate your professional expertise with academic learning. In addition, you can make a claim for academic credits for your previous professional achievements through a formal Review of Learning, the first part of the course. This can then form the basis of your major project within your professional field.Students on the course are actively encouraged to engage in networking within their field, as well as in complementary professions; using social media tools, face to face events and conferences....
The MA Fine Art at Middlesex offers artists time and resources to explore and evolve their artistic practice within a flexible research-led course featuring some of the b
Why study MA Fine Art at Middlesex University?
The MA Fine Art at Middlesex is a practice-led, research-based programme that encourages students to explore the creative, cultural, political and social questions of art practice. It offers students the opportunity to further their knowledge and skills by undertaking a systematic and comprehensive major body of work. The course welcomes students whose enquiry takes place across a range of disciplines that include painting, sculpture, photography and film, installation, performance, 'event' making and other relational practices. Drawing upon local, national and international contexts, students are asked to consider the current role of fine art practice, forging external links and exploring how artworks relate to the audience. The course offers the chance for a sustained and serious re-evaluation of existing practices within a critical and supportive environment....