Our students benefit from the division’s links with businesses, professional practitioners, as well as Edinburgh’s unique artistic and cultural organisations, festivals, and events. An element of the programme is delivered by the department of Design History and Theory. For most of the four years of undergraduate programmes in design, one day per week of the student timetable is allocated to Design History and Theory. It is an externally linked critical mass of diverse research expertise in broad-based critical studies for contemporary creative practices in design. More information on the department and staff profiles can be foundhere.
MASTERSTUDIES makes it easy for graduate students to find the right degree. Use our website to find information about degrees and career paths from around the world and speak directly with admissions officers at the schools and universities that interest you. Study with dynamic, high-profile international artists and develop your practice within our vibrant student community. The School’s communication practices embrace plurality of creative and critical approaches and technologies on a continuum of multiplicity of modes enhanced by flexible curricula and state of the art studio facilities. Children will create in small groups, and through the extensions socialise amongst their friends in the setting.
Formative assessments take place at key points throughout the year with summative assessments at the end of each academic year. Students from the UK or Ireland and EU students with ‘Settled’ or ‘Pre-Settled’ status will be charged ‘Home’ fees if they meet the relevant residency requirements. They will usually be eligible for a postgraduate loan from the UK government.
For 2022, UK nationals and EU nationals who have ‘Settled’ or ‘Pre-Settled’ status may be eligible for a government loan towards course fees or living costs. Both full and part-time Masters degree students can apply for the Masters loan.Find out more. Applicants who hold a Degree from another discipline may also be considered for entry, subject to the submission of a satisfactory portfolio of art, design or media-related work in support of their application. All courses run as a blend of on-campus and digital teaching and learning, and follow current UK government safety advice.
- You’ll be interviewed by one or more members of the MA course team, who will ask you about your work, your applicant’s statement and your preparedness for postgraduate study.
- For 2022, UK nationals and EU nationals who have ‘Settled’ or ‘Pre-Settled’ status may be eligible for a government loan towards course fees or living costs.
- Discover the work of some of our our postgraduate students in their MA Showcase at Norwich University of the Arts.
- You’ll graduate with a wide range of skills valuable in any workplace, including critical thinking, cross-cultural understanding, communication, teamwork and problem-solving – ready to become an engaged, thoughtful and well-informed global leader.
Opportunities for work-based experiences exist across all of our courses, while students also have access to a range of specialist facilities and resources to support their studies. In addition to a range of production equipment, digital editing suites and post-production facilities, we also have a fully equipped and licensed studio theatre, five rehearsal studios and a costume design workshop. We also have international partnerships in Australia, Sweden, Canada, and the USA and every year a number of our undergraduate students take the opportunity to embark on an overseas exchange. It combines theoretical and practical elements with a flexible structure and diverse specialist option choices that students may tailor to their own needs. In order for a student to develop a vision of the future, they need an understanding of the past.
Applications to our postgraduate courses should be made directly to Norwich University of the Arts using an MA Application Form. Students obtain their named Masters awards by choose one of the four Specialist Modules with same name as the award. This module, together with their choice of dissertation topic in an appropriate specialist area – defines their Masters award. Every week our students write a reflective blog on their life at SCA. We don’t just help you become art directors and copywriters – we shape you into amazing Ideapreneurs, industry leading Art Directors and Copywriters.
By choosing appropriate modules from the CCM Postgraduate Diploma and by undertaking an in-depth research project, you will develop a critically and theoretically informed understanding of these areas and their social and cultural contexts. The course is intended for those with an interested in the theory, practice and analysis of professional communication, and/or those with a professional or career interest in these fields. Appropriately qualified students may apply to be assessed by practice for some assignments producing e.g. photographic, video, or audio pieces.
Innovative Design Lab The lab conducts theory based and applied research generally into product design, and especially in the built environment, pushing the impact of design thinking and practice to new areas. How you respond to children’s expression will affect their willingness to continue to develop that expression. A collection of interactive education games including online patterns, doodles and images. Look for local spaces where children’s art work and designs can be shown.