The programme covers multiple aspects of sound, aesthetics and technology and takes advantage of the unique studio and performance facilities at the Sonic Arts Research Centre.
Students gain an insight into the sonic arts alongside a foundation in the artistic and technological components of the field. They can also focus on current developments in sonic arts by choosing one of the following routes: Interaction Design, Sound Design and Composition, Computational Acoustics, Performance and Spatial Audio.
The programme culminates in a double module comprising a dissertation, project or portfolio, where students work one-on-one with a supervisor.
The School of Music and Sonic Arts has made available four bursaries valued at £3,400 each for MA programmes available in Music and Sonic Arts.
Value of Scholarship(s)
All MA applicants who apply before the deadline of 15th April 2011 will be considered for these awards.
All MA applicants who apply before the deadline of 15th April 2011 will be considered for these awards. Applicants are also encouraged to explore other funding opportunities including local funding bodies. The allocation of these awards will be decided in June 2011 in a process separate to the academic application to MA programmes in the School.