Master's Degree in Painting in South East England in United Kingdom

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Painting

A Masters degree gives you the opportunity to either further your understanding of a particular question or take off in a completely different way using skills you have gained from your previous undergraduate degree.

With a Master in Painting, artists will be able to develop creative thinking to form a coherant body of work and contribute to the world of art while demonstrating their personal artistic perspective.

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Master of Visual Arts

West Dean College
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 United Kingdom West Dean

During the successful completion of a Postgraduate Diploma students can extend their studies to a calendar year to gain an MA in Visual Arts. Through [+]

Masters in Painting in South East England in United Kingdom. MA Degree (one calendar year) All Postgraduate Diplomas at West Dean can be transferred into the MA Degree programmes, subject to the negotiation of an appropriate project proposal. This involves additional MA units of study and an extension of study from one academic year to a full calendar year. Students on Postgraduate Diploma programmes start MA units mid-way through the academic year in February, in addition to the remainder of the Postgraduate Diploma. On successful completion of the full academic year in July, students will have finished their Postgraduate Diploma and completed a significant amount of MA introductory study. In July students start their major projects for the MA degree which involve a further 10-weeks of study with a final assessment towards the end of September. Entry requirements An Honours degree or equivalent qualification in Visual Arts or a related discipline. Relevant work experience in an arts-related field demonstrating your ability to study at postgraduate level Portfolio including evidence of current practical work, sketchbooks and evidence of critical writing. An appropriate level of engagement with current debates in contemporary arts and making. English language, CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) Level B2 or equivalent. [-]