|Study mode||Start date||Duration||Fee international||Fee UK/ EU||Fee study period||Year of study|
|Full-time||Sep||years: 1 - 2||£16950||£7000||Academic year||2019 - 2020|
The MA in Fine Art offers an opportunity to look at the familiar with a fresh, perhaps oblique perspective to explore how “detour” permits “access”, as Françios Jullien said in 2004, to more subtle yet complex interpretations. What constitutes a meaningful and useful research methodology in one culture may be considered unknown, unnecessary or redundant in another.
These differences are the very fabric of the Fine Art course, which establishes deliberate cross-cultural dialogues with students from international and UK backgrounds, and provides a vehicle for highlighting differences in working practices and methodologies.
As an international student, you are not here simply to gain a UK education at Masters level but to lend your voice, practice and ideas to a environment that celebrates the cross-pollination of countries and cultures in the discourse and creation of work. You will work alongside fellow international and UK students in a way that is essential to the course’s delivery and structure.
By taking advantage of the diversity of the course’s cohort, you will be able to explore the cultural and educational differences delivered through practice, discourse, workshops, and collaborations with a range of MA courses across the Faculty of Art, Design, and Architecture. Fine Art at Arts University Bournemouth not only acknowledges the contribution of international students but also puts centre stage this dialogue created with UK students on the course.
AUB is located on the south coast of England, two miles from the centre of Bournemouth. It has good train links to London and other big cities.
Bournemouth is the furthest easterly point of the Jurassic Coast, England’s first Natural World Heritage site, which spans 95 miles of unspoilt countryside of exceptional natural beauty and historic geology. Subsidised bus routes operate to and from the campus. Good cycle paths are in place.