The MA (Hons) Fine Art combines academic study with practice-based studio work.
The theoretical and historical elements of the degree are principally taught in the History of Art Department while the visual research and studio-practice elements are taught in the School of Art, now both in the new Edinburgh College of Art within the University. It's unique in its five-year duration and 50/50 balance of theoretical and practice-based study.
While studying within the School of Art, you will work in purpose-built studios in a friendly and challenging environment, supported by a team of committed staff. The other half of your studies will be spent studying the intensive Art History component of the programme.
For details about how to apply for the Fine Art degree please see Apply for Fine Art (MA) in the degree finder.
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This article was published on Jun 15, 2012