Taught Postgraduate Programmes
- MA in Art Gallery and Museum Studies
- MA in Arts Management and Heritage Studies
- MA in Critical and Cultural Theory
- MA in Fine Art (MAFA)
- MA in History of Art
The School has over thirty members of staff including artists, historians and theorists. Since the mid 1970s, the School has initiated and developed postgraduate programmes and research in the areas generally defined as critical and social histories of art, cultural studies, museum and heritage studies, feminist analyses and studio practice. Areas of research and teaching include Western and Non-Western histories of art from the classical to the contemporary; Continental and critical theory; museum, gallery and heritage studies; feminism and gender studies; a range of fine art practice.
Information about Full Fee Scholarships for Masterships Programmes can be found here.
If you are a UK student (or an EU student that meets residency/application eligibility), you may apply for a government-backed loan which is available to full-time, part-time and research Masters students. You may be able to borrow up to £10,000 to use towards the cost of fees or maintenance / living costs – and this is not means-tested. Full details may be found here on the University’s website.
Information regarding how to apply for our MA courses can be found here.
The School admissions policy can found in the Download page.