Our MRes Typeface Design course is targeted specifically at experienced, practicing typeface designers who want to develop a deeper understanding of the historical and theoretical aspects of their field,...Read more
The MRes in Arts and Humanities is a research preparation degree that offers students the opportunity to undertake advanced studies within the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at Queen’s. ...Read more
ResM Art, Design and Architecture
This interdisciplinary course allows you to investigate the creative relationships between and within theories, methods and practices in the fields of art, design and architecture. ...Read more
About the programme
A University of Hertfordshire Masters research degree is an internationally recognised degree signifying achievement in research. Whereas an MA/MSc is a taught, modular programme,...Read more
The Masters by Research (MRes) in Museum Cultures offers you the opportunity to study this expanding and dynamic field at close proximity to the most world-distinguished museums and galleries. ...Read more
The MRes programme allows you to undertake a research project at Master’s level which would be assessed via submission of a thesis and a viva voce.
A Master’s by Research (MRes) provides...Read more
The Creative Practice MRes is a Masters level course, which takes full advantage of the rich culture of practice-based research in art, architecture, design and media based in the University...Read more
Interaction Design is a highly sought specialist skill enabling the creation of compelling user experiences that keep individuals engaged with interactive computing products. This course is ideal if you...Read more
The Master by Research programme offers research students the opportunity to develop and demonstrate mastery in the theory, methodologies, and practices of research within a Faculty of Arts environment. ...Read more
The MRes in Creative Industries offers you the opportunity to undertake in-depth study in an area of interest to you while developing your skills in research. You will spend one third of your time in...Read more
Research is an integral part of the School of Art and our thriving community of researchers consistently demonstrate how innovative research can engage with the major cultural and social...Read more
The MRes (A&D), Master of Research in Art & Design, is ideal for students who want to prepare for doctoral level research in Art & Design (PhD or DProf) or to develop a range of creative research skills...Read more
If you want to focus on researching one specific area in the History of Art without going straight into a PhD, then the MRes is the programme for you. At the end of this programme many of our graduates...Read more
MRes Art: Theory and Philosophy promotes dialogue between practitioners and theorists about art discourse today.
Suited to artists and writers, this pathway explores art and the philosophy of art from...Read more
A design research degree offers you the opportunity and time to explore innovative research practice through original, critical works. You have the choice to work on your own design, or with staff on...Read more
The MRes in Arts and Media is an exciting opportunity to experience research within the disciplines of art and design, performing arts and media.
Our course offers you an opportunity...Read more
ResM Art History
Explore 21st century art history and learn about this ever-expanding discipline, marked by interdisciplinary cross-overs, varied and competing methodologies, and a huge range of objects...Read more
This programme offers you the opportunity to research one of the aspects of the fragmentation of the Roman World and its transformation into a myriad of new states as the result of internal pressures...Read more
MRes Art: Exhibition Studies examines the history of contemporary art through key developments in the exhibition form.
In addition to the selection of art and mode of address, you will consider the wider...Read more
An art research degree is not a continuation of studio practice or a residency, but instead asks you to place your work in relation to that of other practitioners in a contemporary and historical context. ...Read more