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Normally a UK 2:1 honours degree or its equivalent if outside the UK, in a relevant subject.
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This innovative masters course gives students an in-depth knowledge of Renaissance and Early Modern culture from an interdisciplinary perspective.
It also offers the opportunity to work closely with Renaissance and Early Modern collections in Edinburgh - from paintings by Botticelli or Titian, to early printed editions of Shakespeare, pioneering scientific texts, historic buildings and archival documents.
As well as the choice of a full range of options courses taught by experts in different humanities subjects, students will have the opportunity to take an internship at a local museum, gallery or library and to take an intensive optional course based in Italy.
The first two semesters are based around small-group teaching and a combination of lectures, seminars and tutorials; if the internship option is taken, this will also require students to work one day a week at the host institution. From April to September, students are engaged full-time researching and writing their dissertations.
Students will develop:
You may choose to take your research skills and advanced knowledge into the area of doctoral research and work towards an academic career. Alternatively, you will be equipped to enter the cultural heritage field, especially within the practical experience you gain through the internship element of this programme.
Edinburgh College of Art are offering scholarships to applicants for postgraduate programmes in our five schools:
Please see Scholarships and Student Funding Services for other funding opportunities:
This article was published on Apr 25, 2013