Master of Art and Design Practice
Study in Australia
Our part-time MA in Art and Design Practice gives you the opportunity for interdisciplinary study under an art or design route, whilst allowing you to focus on a particular area for your research. This includes areas such as furniture design, ceramics, printmaking, graphics, jewellery and silversmithing, product design and fine art.
What are the entry requirements?
All applicants are required to hold a good undergraduate degree in a related field. Alternatively, those with experience in the area may also apply.
All applicants are interviewed with a portfolio of previous work. In your application you’ll need to include a short research project proposal. For international students, these interviews may be held over Skype or telephone upon submission of your portfolio.
For further details of our international English entry requirements, please visit our international pages.
How much does it cost?
Fees for 2014-15 entry
Home and EU students: £3,600 per year.
Fees quoted are for the next intake and are subject to change. Fee costs for subsequent years are subject to rise with inflation or course delivery costs.
For fees for international students, visit our international section.
What are my career prospects?
Our graduates enter a range of careers, with many taking on design positions in major companies in: furniture; interior design; textiles; product design; and surface design. Other students have set up their own freelance businesses or are practising artists.
How will you help me prepare for my future career?
Our goal as an institution is to develop students who are enterprising, employable, and who can lead. To enable that, we will support you to achieve your potential, build your independence as a learner, your discipline expertise, your professionalism, your awareness of yourself and others, your confidence and efficacy.
What our students say
With my craftsmanship certificate in my hand I moved to the UK to study Jewellery and Silversmithing at Bucks. It was here where I learned how to develop my own ideas and concepts and transform them into 3D objects. Thanks to all the knowledge and experience I gained at Bucks, I was able to continue my career as a traditional silversmith. Now I am a product designer who develops cutlery ranges and tableware objects for some of the largest flatware companies in the world.Katja Bremkamp
I feel you have to be passionate about pursuing your subject, be self-motivated and be prepared to push the experimentation within your work. My aim is to develop, improve and enhance my creative knowledge and understanding. In the real-world I didn’t often get the chance to do this, but my tutors actively provide an environment where I can develop these qualities.
HOW TO APPLY:
Please submit following documents for initial assessment of your application for MBA:
- A Statement of Purpose – 300 words; please write a cover note on your email why would you like to study MBA, in which country (as above); how would you finance your education and what benefits you will get in your future professional careers. A good Statement of Purpose will help you to achieve Partial Scholarship or Bursary;
- Copies of All Education Documents
- Experience Letters if any;
- Copy of Passport
Please email above to: email@example.com