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2 years

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Qualification type

MA - Master of Arts

Subject areas

Fine Art Digital Arts

Course type


Course Summary

Course overview

MA Fine Art Digital at Central Saint Martin’s supports a broad range of experimental art practices. It will test and challenge your work, bringing it into a contemporary critical context. Our research-based teaching strategies actively seek to extend your experience and skills. We work responsively to your changing needs as individuals. We also encourage collaborative projects in relation to your work.

Students on MA Fine Art Digital work in many media – including painting, sculpture, print, installation, time-based and digital. The course offers an environment where complex social, cultural and artistic viewpoints are negotiated. Here, artmaking is a testing ground for ideas and media. Artists who study with us are open to change – not just in expanding their practices – but also in creating new positions. Our focus is on student-centred learning, bringing your work to the critical scrutiny of the academic setting. Through these interactions, you will develop your individual research into a confident, sustained practice.

On this course, we place emphasis on creating a supportive but challenging space for investigating your creative practice. Since 2004, the online environment for learning has proved to be highly effective, which in the new context of Central Saint Martins, will continue to expand and develop. MA Fine Art Digital has a track record of innovative teaching and its flexible structure is designed for widely accessible learning, allowing students to engage from incredibly diverse settings. This offers students the enriching experience of collectively exploring what art is in a digital environment. Whatever media you are investigating, the opportunities afforded by the online space are broad and exciting.

Assessment methods

Reflective journal/blog; Study statement; Research and preparatory work; Documentation of work; Presentations; Written work; Participation in debates and discussions; Realisation of individual programme of practice.


Camberwell’s MA Fine Art Digital graduates go on to work in a wide range of settings, with many now self-employed and regularly exhibiting their work in galleries, festivals or running their own creative businesses.


In Unit 1, you will develop a study statement which gives direction to your practice. You will start and maintain a reflective blog that documents and evaluates your practice-based research. This will form the framework for how you will develop your work in Unit 2.

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Entry requirements

The standard entry requirements for this course are as follows: an honours degree; or an equivalent EU/international qualification.

University information

University of the Arts London (UAL) is one of the world’s leading and most prestigious arts universities, maintaining an internationally renowned list of alumni. Being located in London, it is an ideal place to study a postgraduate qualification and get connected to a thriving creative sector. With modern campus sites spread across London, UAL offers over 100 taught postgraduate degree courses at the university’s six specialist colleges and...more

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