The MFA Multidisciplinary Design provides a learning environment and context that transcends the traditional disciplines within design and ranges from the physical and tangible to the virtual and digital, offering the opportunity for an individual to develop their specific design and making skills, at Masters level, in relation to other areas of design practice. The course is a hot bed of creativity where each student is asked to challenge their current thinking, explore new possibilities, engage in the current debates surrounding design practice and through this become advanced specialists in their own practice whilst potentially creating new territories of practice.
Applicants should normally hold an upper second class honours degree or better in an art and design discipline. Applicants with an equivalent qualification in another discipline may be admitted if they can show evidence of exceptional ability appropriate to the course. Applicants who have substantial and significant experiential learning, a portfolio of work and written evidence demonstrating the meeting of graduate qualities may be considered as an alternative entrance route. International students are welcome and should contact the Course Director for detailed entry requirements. What are the TOEFL and IELTS requirements? IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL 550 (or equivalent).
Recipient: Ulster University
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