Masters in Arts, Design & Architecture

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Ah, Art! Without you, the Earth would just be “Eh…”. Arts, Design & Architecture is the discipline made for dreamers and idealists, encompassing fields like:

• Architecture
• Design
• Music
• Art History
• Theatre and Dance
• Film and Media

Although the majority of people imagine the artist as that one sad person with a beret, carrying an easel and canvas to sit by the mountainside. Arts, Design & Architecture is a degree programme that requires quirkiness and imagination, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy. Even the most creative artists need self-discipline and some strong communication skills to get through the door of a top design company or art gallery – all of which could be gained in a Master’s or Bachelor’s degree in Art. Combining theoretical notions with practice and a personal flair, students who follow Bachelor’s or Master’s degrees in such fields will need to find their own style and spend hours in a studio, all the while deciding if they want to freelance or find a job within the industries of their choice:

• Art Industry
• Design Industry
• Architectural Services
• Music Industry
• Textile Industry

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