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University of Lincoln, Full Time Masters Degrees in Creative Arts & Design

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The University of Lincoln offers research programmes at MPhil and PhD level across a wide range of art and design disciplines. Research students can benefit from a range of training opportunities to develop their research skills. Read more
The University of Lincoln offers research programmes at MPhil and PhD level across a wide range of art and design disciplines. Research students can benefit from a range of training opportunities to develop their research skills.

While studying for an MPhil or PhD, you will be expected to undertake independent research in an area of your choice, supervised and supported by a team of academics. You have the opportunity to present your work at postgraduate seminars and attend conferences, and you will be encouraged to submit your work for publication in refereed journals. There is an international research community within the College of Arts which you can join and engage with. You can benefit from an interdisciplinary ethos and expertise across the Schools of History & Heritage, Fine & Performing Arts, Film & Media and Architecture & Design.

Research Areas, Projects & Topics

Research areas currently include social design, contemporary fine art practice, live art, materials-led design and design research through practice.

How You Study

Due to the nature of postgraduate research programmes, the vast majority of your time will be spent in independent study and research. You will have meetings with your academic supervisors, however the regularity of these may vary depending on your own individual requirements, subject area, staff availability and the stage of your programme.

How You Are Assessed

A PhD is usually awarded based on the quality of your thesis and your ability in an oral examination (viva voce) to present and successfully defend your chosen research topic to a group of academics. You are also expected to demonstrate how your research findings have contributed to knowledge or developed existing theory or understanding.

Career and Personal Development

An MPhil or PhD may enhance and progress careers in the art and design sector and can open up opportunities at senior levels in the arts and the creative economy. Research degrees can be key to pursuing an academic career, and graduates may go on to research or teach in higher education institutions.

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Studying for an MA Art by Research is designed to allow independent research in an area of your choice, supervised and supported by a team of academics. Read more
Studying for an MA Art by Research is designed to allow independent research in an area of your choice, supervised and supported by a team of academics. You will have access to a range of training opportunities provided by the University with the aim of developing your research skills.


Example research areas include:

- Art and Design histories
- Contemporary curatorial practice
- Fine Art research through practice
- Contemporary Art Practice
- Art and text
- Live Art

You can join an international research community within the College of Arts, where you will have the opportunity to benefit from an interdisciplinary ethos and expertise in art, contemporary curatorial practice, conservation, cultural heritage, sustainability and design across the Schools of History & Heritage, Fine & Performing Arts, Film & Media and Architecture & Design.

The MA by Research is available as either written thesis or practice-based, where documentation of creative practice undertaken during the research period replaces part of the thesis component. Students are expected to undertake self-led and self-managed research with the support of a supervisor.

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This MA programme is designed for art, architecture and design graduates who wish to specialise in creative approaches to interiors in buildings and environmental design. Read more
This MA programme is designed for art, architecture and design graduates who wish to specialise in creative approaches to interiors in buildings and environmental design.

The programme is designed to enable you to explore the potential of spaces and structures with input from lecturers and practitioners. You can benefit from a multidisciplinary studio environment at the School of Architecture & Design, offering an integrated approach to research and study. You may choose to engage with the research community in the School to inform your investigations.

This MA gives you the opportunity to develop your intellectual and creative approaches in order to consider interior architecture in the context of buildings and environmental design.

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This Master’s programme provides the opportunity to experiment with new photographic processes and to explore photography as a tool to engage and stimulate social thinking. Read more
This Master’s programme provides the opportunity to experiment with new photographic processes and to explore photography as a tool to engage and stimulate social thinking.

While the photographic image remains fundamental to your study, the focus of this programme is social, cultural and political. To support your ongoing practice in photographic exhibition and scholarly research, the course includes seminars on cultural, media and philosophical theory, talks by visiting practitioners, group debates about different methodologies and workshops on photographic technique.

You will be encouraged to learn from, and collaborate with, experienced staff and your fellow students in order to develop your own creative style.

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This intellectually rigorous MA is designed to challenge and enhance your understanding of graphic design. There is a focus on design research and enterprise, driven by your own creative practice. Read more
This intellectually rigorous MA is designed to challenge and enhance your understanding of graphic design. There is a focus on design research and enterprise, driven by your own creative practice.

This programme challenges you to explore your potential to innovate and achieve impact with your creative work. You will be encouraged to use theory to test, adapt and judge the success of your practice, and you will have the opportunity to hear from visiting professionals and design researchers throughout your studies.

In addition to having the chance to develop a critical understanding of design history, you will have the opportunity to engage with commercially oriented design briefs and self-negotiated projects that are relevant to your career aspirations.

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Our MA in Creative Writing provides you with the opportunity to work closely with practising creative writers at the University and several other writers from outside the University. Read more
Our MA in Creative Writing provides you with the opportunity to work closely with practising creative writers at the University and several other writers from outside the University. You can also hear from professionals from other areas of the publishing industry who will visit to give talks and answer questions. You also have the opportunity to work in all literary genres of writing and have the chance to publish your work.

This programme allows you the opportunity to balance creative practice with critical analysis, reflection on production processes and a honing of skills. There is also a strong emphasis on the productive writer as a productive reader who is familiar with the literature being produced around them.

There is the opportunity to develop a portfolio of creative work and build a network of contacts in preparation for a career in the creative industries.

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This practice-led MA offers the opportunity to advance your practical and theoretical understanding of media production processes in a professional and creative environment. Read more
This practice-led MA offers the opportunity to advance your practical and theoretical understanding of media production processes in a professional and creative environment.

The programme is informed by industry professionals and our academic team who are actively engaged in research, professional practice, film making and publishing. You will have the chance to develop the professional skills required by senior managers and professionals in the media and to cover the ethics, laws and regulatory frameworks that govern and affect the industry.

You will have the opportunity to develop your practical production skills in our Media Broadcast Centre. You will have the chance to tailor your learning to your interests and career aspirations by choosing to focus on the creative production of programmes in fiction, documentary or experimental forms across a wide range of media platforms.

How You Study

This course is designed to provide an educational context through practical workshops in production techniques, lectures and seminars, through which you will have the opportunity to develop an advanced level of creative, conceptual, technical, critical, organisational and research skills, all of which can be appropriate to employment in the media industries. Independent working engages with production projects, research and the completion of academic assignments.

Weekly contact hours on this programme may vary depending on the individual module options chosen and the stage of study.

Postgraduate level study involves a significant proportion of independent study, exploring the material covered in lectures and seminars. As a general guide, for every hour in class students are expected to spend two - three hours in independent study.

For more detailed information please contact the programme leader.

How You Are Assessed

Assessment is conducted using a range of strategies which include media productions, programme pitches, presentations, case studies and essays.

The University of Lincoln's policy on assessment feedback aims to ensure that academics will return in-course assessments to you promptly – usually within 15 working days after the submission date.

International students may require evidence of a media portfolio posted online.

Modules

-Final Project (MA Media, Film and Television Production)
-Human and Inhuman in the 21st Century (Option)
-Media Ecologies 1
-Media Ethics, Law and Regulation
-Media, Film and Television Production 1
-Media, Film and Television Production 2 & Final Project Pitch
-The Art and Craft of Film and Television

Special Features

Research
Media academics conduct internationally recognised research in a variety of topics, including Spielberg studies, film and medievalism, exploitation studies, and film and gender.

Industry Links
Many academic staff are current media practitioners who are engaged with professional bodies, such as the Royal Television Society, the British Society of Cinematographers and the British Association of Film, Television and Screen Studies, ensuring that course content is informed by the latest industry developments. BAFTA-winning television dramatist Neil McKay and documentary-maker Nick Gray are visiting professors in the School.

Visiting Speakers
Students on this course have the opportunity to hear from visiting guest speakers from many parts of the Film and TV industries. See here for details: http://www.lincoln.ac.uk/home/fm/abouttheschool/visitingspeakers/

Facilities
Students are based in our award-winning Media and Broadcast Production Centre, a specialist production environment with television and radio studios, video and audio editing suites, digital imaging, design and multimedia suites, a sound dubbing theatre, writers’ room, green screen room, colour finishing facility and photography studio.

Career and Personal Development

This programme aims to provide students with the opportunity to develop the high-level technical skills and knowledge required to establish careers in the media, film and television industries in roles including programme making, post-production and project management. Some students may choose to pursue careers in teaching or undertake a research degree at doctoral level.

The University Careers and Employability Team offer qualified advisors who can work with you to provide tailored, individual support and careers advice during your time at the University. As a member of our alumni we also offer one-to-one support in the first year after completing your course, including access to events, vacancy information and website resources; with access to online vacancies and virtual and website resources for the following two years.

This service can include one-to-one coaching, CV advice and interview preparation to help you maximise your future opportunities.
The service works closely with local, national and international employers, acting as a gateway to the business world.

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While studying for an MPhil or PhD, you are expected to undertake independent research in an area of your choice, supervised and supported by a team of academics. Read more
While studying for an MPhil or PhD, you are expected to undertake independent research in an area of your choice, supervised and supported by a team of academics. You will have access to a range of training opportunities provided by the University that aim to develop your research skills.

Research Areas, Projects & Topics

Example Research Areas include:
-Theatre and Consciousness
-Modern European Avant Garde
-German Theatre
-Dance and Choreography
-20th Century British Theatre
-Contemporary Experimental Performance
-Indian Theatre
-Musical Theatre
-Adaptation
-Translation and Dramaturgy
-Intercultural Theatre
-Gender and Performance
-Playwriting
-Shakespeare’s Theatre
-Directing
-Dance and Technology
-Practice as Research

How You Study

Due to the nature of postgraduate research programmes, the vast majority of your time will be spent in independent study and research. You will have meetings with your academic supervisor, however the regularity of these will vary depending on your own individual requirements, subject area, staff availability and the stage of your programme.

How You Are Assessed

A PhD is usually awarded based on the quality of your thesis and your ability in an oral examination (viva voce) to present and successfully defend your chosen research topic to a group of academics. You are also expected to demonstrate how your research findings have contributed to knowledge or developed existing theory or understanding.

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Researchers in the School of Architecture & Design contribute to an interdisciplinary community working to advance architectural knowledge and to address the emerging issues facing professionals in the sector. Read more
Researchers in the School of Architecture & Design contribute to an interdisciplinary community working to advance architectural knowledge and to address the emerging issues facing professionals in the sector.

A structured programme of research skills development is designed to enable you to develop the competencies you require for your study and future career. Assessment is via the submission of a final thesis and, in some cases, an accompanying written or oral testimony, dependent on the award.

An experienced supervisory team is available to offer expertise and guidance on your research and you will be supported in applying for funding, attending conferences and publishing your work. There may be opportunities to contribute to undergraduate teaching at the University, following appropriate training.

Research Areas, Projects & Topics

Research areas in the School can include history and theory of architecture and design, urban design, environmental design, interior design and sustainable built environments.

How You Study

Research students normally have two internal supervisors with specialist knowledge of their subject areas, and they have regular meetings with them for advice, monitoring and other support. Students are introduced to the relevant research methods through taught units and are encouraged to give presentations to postgraduate seminars, which are held regularly throughout the year.

Due to the nature of postgraduate research programmes, the vast majority of your time will be spent in independent study and research. You will have meetings with your academic supervisors, however the regularity of these will vary depending on your own individual requirements, subject area, staff availability and the stage of your programme.

How You Are Assessed

Assessment is via the submission of a final thesis and, in some cases, an accompanying written or oral testimony, dependent on the award.

Facilities

The School of Architecture & Design is based in an award-winning building designed by Rick Mather. It includes specialised studios and workshops, designated study spaces for postgraduate students, and access to industry-standard architectural equipment, such as CAD and modelling facilities.

Career and Personal Development

Graduates may go to establish and develop careers in architecture and design-related industries. Those successfully completing an MPhil may progress to further study at PhD level.

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The School of English and Journalism offers advanced research opportunities within the subject of Creative Writing. Read more
The School of English and Journalism offers advanced research opportunities within the subject of Creative Writing.

As an MPhil/PhD student you will be supervised by published writers and be given the opportunity to develop skills so that you may produce work of a publishable standard and engage in creative practice at doctoral level.

Regular research seminars and postgraduate study groups aim to provide a stimulating environment in which to discuss and debate work being undertaken in the School and Creative Writing has strong links to English and Journalism as well as with the Schools of Film and Media, History and Heritage and Fine and Performing Arts.

Research Areas, Projects & Topics

Members of staff involved in teaching Creative Writing have experience of teaching the subject at undergraduate and postgraduate levels – there are around one hundred students practicing Creative Writing at BA, MA and PhD levels currently in what is a thriving area of the School of English and Journalism.

Topics of interest to them are:
-Poetry
-Experimental fiction
-The short story
-The historical Novel
-Television drama
-Adaptation
-Film scripting
-Realism
-The publishing industry

Staff have published in a variety of these areas and have also worked in the publishing industry.

How You Study

Study at MPhil/PhD level takes the form of supervised individual research. You are expected to work on the writing practice of your choice for the duration of the study period. On a regular basis, you will be expected to produce appropriate written work, submit it to your supervisors, then meet with your supervisors to receive feedback on your submission and agree the next stage of work.

Due to the nature of postgraduate research programmes, the vast majority of your time will be spent in independent study and research. You will have meetings with your academic supervisor, however the regularity of these will vary depending on your own individual requirements, subject area, staff availability and the stage of your programme.

How You Are Assessed

The assessment at this level of study takes the form of an 80,000 word thesis.

The Creative Writing dissertation will comprise 60,000 words of creative writing plus a 20,000 word analysis of the creative piece(s).

A PhD is awarded based on the quality of your thesis and your ability in an oral examination (viva voce) to present and successfully defend your chosen research topic to a group of academics. You are also expected to demonstrate how your research findings have contributed to knowledge or developed existing theory or understanding.

Career and Personal Development

A doctoral qualification may be regarded as the capstone of academic achievement and may mark the beginning of a career in academia or research.

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While studying for an MPhil or PhD, you can undertake independent research in an area of your choice, supervised and supported by a team of academics. Read more
While studying for an MPhil or PhD, you can undertake independent research in an area of your choice, supervised and supported by a team of academics. You have access to a range of training opportunities to enable you to develop your research skills.

Research expertise in the School focuses on the areas of dance, drama and music, with internationally recognised academic excellence in contemporary theatre-making; practice as research; theatre, consciousness and Asian performance; popular performance forms such as musical theatre; and the body in performance.

How You Study

Due to the nature of postgraduate research programmes, the vast majority of your time will be spent in independent study and research. You will have meetings with your academic supervisor, however the regularity of these will vary depending on your own individual requirements, subject area, staff availability and the stage of your programme.

How You Are Assessed

A PhD is usually awarded based on the quality of your thesis and your ability in an oral examination (viva voce) to present and successfully defend your chosen research topic to a group of academics. You are also expected to demonstrate how your research findings have contributed to knowledge or developed existing theory or understanding.

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This programme is designed to help you to develop as an interdisciplinary, creative designer in a direction that aligns with your interests and career aspirations. Read more
This programme is designed to help you to develop as an interdisciplinary, creative designer in a direction that aligns with your interests and career aspirations.

A practice-led approach involves undertaking projects in areas of exhibition design that interest you. These could include trade shows, museums, international expositions, cultural events, retail and leisure environments, theatre, television and film stage sets, heritage sites and visitor centres.

In preparation for a career in this sector, you will have the opportunity to explore the social and cultural context of exhibitions and the chance to develop a critical understanding of current theory in design and museology, as well as advancing your marketing, communication and project management skills. You will be able to negotiate a programme of projects tailored to meet your individual interests, and have the opportunity to broaden your network of industry contacts and compile your own individual portfolio.

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The MA Conservation of Cultural Heritage is a hands-on programme, taught by experts in the field, giving you the opportunity to develop a wide range of advanced conservation skills in preparation for a career in the heritage sector. Read more
The MA Conservation of Cultural Heritage is a hands-on programme, taught by experts in the field, giving you the opportunity to develop a wide range of advanced conservation skills in preparation for a career in the heritage sector.

The University of Lincoln aims to provide an ideal environment in which to advance your knowledge and conservation skills at postgraduate level.

You will have access to a wide variety of historic materials and can choose to focus on remedial treatment, preventive conservation or collections management.

For those already working in conservation, a blended learning option allows submission of practical projects derived from your current place of employment.

The School of History & Heritage has strong links with museums, professional bodies and agencies in the heritage field, which can provide opportunities for placements and study abroad.

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MA Fine Art is a studio-based course that is aimed at those who wish to develop the critical, research, practical and professional aspects of their art practice at the highest level. Read more
MA Fine Art is a studio-based course that is aimed at those who wish to develop the critical, research, practical and professional aspects of their art practice at the highest level.

This interdisciplinary programme encourages creative risk-taking and intellectual inquiry. Alongside a strong emphasis on the richness and breadth of art practices around the world, staff and students on the programme are encouraged to take an active role in Lincoln’s contemporary art community.

You will have access to individual studio space while benefiting from opportunities to collaborate with national and international artists, curators and designers working in a variety of media. There is an active visiting artist programme of talks and tutorials, which has previously included Ben Woodeson, Tim Knowles, Yelena Popova and Amanda Coogan. Medium-specific specialist themes are available, recognising the increased material focus of advanced practice in fine art.

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This programme aims to give designers the opportunity to hone their creative and professional practice by working alongside academics and practitioners in a dynamic and interdisciplinary studio environment. Read more
This programme aims to give designers the opportunity to hone their creative and professional practice by working alongside academics and practitioners in a dynamic and interdisciplinary studio environment.

The School of Architecture & Design offers you the creative freedom to explore your chosen discipline and the chance to develop your critical practice. You can join an international community of creative practitioners and researchers with numerous opportunities to collaborate with fellow designers and build a network of industry contacts.

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