Digital Arts, MA Postgraduate prospectus

  • Our MA Digital Arts degree seeks to prepare students for engagement with increasingly dynamic digital and creative arts sectors, and to facilitate creative projects that foreground the importance of practice-based research, expertise and experimentation.
  • It is designed for those looking to further cultivate their creative skills and develop their personal specialism through exploring a diverse range of art practices.
  • Consisting of research-led teaching that encourages students to strive towards producing innovative work that exemplifies the contemporary digital art field.

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1 years full time



Our MA Digital Arts degree builds upon the solid foundations of undergraduate courses such as: Digital Arts, Fine Arts, Sound Design, Film, Television, VFX, Animation, Graphic Design and Media & Communications.​

It offers an opportunity for dynamic individuals to realise their creative potential in an inspiring practice based environment. Engaging with a range of technological tools, you will be supported to produce a diverse range of creative outputs.

Our aim is to provide you with skills that are highly valued in a global economy where boundaries between creativity and technology are increasingly fluid. So you'll be ready to enter a wide range of creative businesses and organisations already working with leading-edge digital technologies.

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Entry requirements during Clearing

The University of Greenwich is taking applications for a range of courses during Clearing 2018. If you are not already holding an offer you can apply through Clearing now, call us on 020 8331 9000.

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The main feature of our approach to teaching and learning is project work, requiring practice-based research, expertise and experimentation. You will be assessed through a combination of verbal presentations, written reports, portfolio work and your final Major Project piece that will be presented in a public exhibition at the end of the year.

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