Our MA Glass course is a project led and studio based course with tutorial guidance where you'll create individual excellence through rigorous research, including practical and theoretical investigation. We encourage a wide range of approaches, from the traditional specialist trades to the contemporary influences of art, craft, design and technology.

Our course guides design professionals and graduates in the further development of their skills and experience within the crafts and design industries. Taught alongside our MA Ceramics, MA Metalwork and MA Jewellery courses, these courses are for highly motivated and talented people who wish to work at the forefront of their creative discipline.

Our course guides design professionals and graduates in the further development of their skills and experience within the crafts and design industries. MA in Glass attracts highly motivated and talented people who wish to work at the forefront of their creative discipline.

On our MA Glass course you'll benefit from teaching by leading specialist designers, artists and crafts experts, which in turn will nurture and develop your own critical and practical theory and encourage students to create bespoke glass pieces inspired by their own personal journey. Throughout the course, you'll also get to work closely alongside other fields such as textiles, jewellery, metalwork and ceramics. This enables you to broaden your knowledge and incorporate elements from other disciplines into your work; a truly bespoke creative experience.

Our Farnham campus provides extraordinary facilities with extensive workshops and equipment to support your study. It's also home to the Crafts Study Centre - a purpose-built museum, research centre and gallery dedicated to crafts, Farnham boasts an extensive creative community.

MA, MA Award
September Start
Full-time, Part-time Study Mode
1 years Duration

Entry Requirements For This Course

A good honours degree (normally 2.1 or above) or equivalent qualification in your chosen subject or a related discipline

and/or

Relevant work experience, demonstrating your ability to study at postgraduate level.

Consideration will also be given to applicants who present a degree with a lower classification, but can make a strong case for admission in relation to a particular project and can demonstrate their potential to satisfactorily complete the course.

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