Is this course for me?
At Bucks, you will join a creative and vibrant community, benefiting from an approach to teaching that prioritises the importance of hands-on experience.
Real projects for real people and collaborative working across disciplinary boundaries are important for postgraduate students and we make sure you have plenty of opportunities to do this at Bucks.
You can choose to study this course full-time or part-time.
If you would like to find out more about this course, come along to a postgraduate open evening.
What will this course cover?
On this programme, you are offered a menu of experiences and are able to construct your own particular mix.
You can choose from one of the following pathways:
- MA Ceramics
- MA Fine Art
- MA Furniture Design
- MA Graphics
- MA Illustration
- MA Jewellery and Silversmithing
- MA Printmaking (available at the High Wycombe Campus or London Print Studios)
- MA Product Design
- MA Spatial and Interior Design
- MA Textiles.
On our MA in Art and Design Practice, there are frequent opportunities to work with industry. Our students get to meet leading figures in the field, to work alongside them and produce innovative design work.
Our recent graduates are showing in the best London venues; including the May Design Series at the ExCeL centre, Tent and 100% Design. Recently, our design students also exhibited their work at Herman Miller in London.
Our students have the opportunity to visit international destinations. Examples of previous trips include attending a summer school with the famous Lago Studio in Italy or visiting New York.
The majority of our postgraduate students are in work shortly after they finish the course. Many already have jobs or make contact with future employers while they are on the course.
We’ve helped fine artists to become prize-winning furniture designers and fashion designers to become product designers. Printmakers might end up constructing steel cocoons, or knitting their thoughts. We take your interests and challenge you to push the boundaries.
This course sits within the exciting and innovative School of Design, Craft and Visual Arts.