Postgraduate Pathway: Art and Design

Think and create with limitless possibilities

We are an academic community of art, design and media professionals focused on developing the creative practice of our students through studio, workshop and classroom based experimentation.
Cambridge School of Art is home to some 900 students, on undergraduate, taught masters and doctoral qualifications. All our courses offer distinctive integration of practice and theory, using industry standard facilities. Our students are encouraged to become both creatively and critically engaged with their practice, each other and their respective industries. All our courses are taught by research-active staff, recognised nationally and internationally as leaders in their fields.
Our students, academic and technical staff, visiting artists and industry representatives work closely together in a supportive and friendly environment in the historic Ruskin Building. Built as the original art school in 1909, this remains at the heart of Anglia Ruskin University’s Cambridge campus.

Pathways at Anglia Ruskin University

Minimum 15 Years Education

 
 
  1 semester 2 semester (art and design only)

UK/EU

£3,500

£4,750

International

£6,500

£9,500

 

Location

Duration

Stage 1: Pre-Masters

One and Two Semester

Stage 2: Masters Degree

12 - 15 Months

Intakes

Stage 1: Pre-Masters

One semester: January, June

Two semesters: January, September

Stage 2: Masters Degree

September

Stage 1: Pre-Masters

Location

CRIC at Anglia Ruskin University

Modules

For a detailed course overview, please follow this link

 

For more information about intake semesters and campus location please see our course matrix. Successful completion of this pathway will lead to the award of the following from Anglia Ruskin University:

 

To find out the academic requirements of our programmes please see Academic Requirements which outlines the entry requirements by country. Unless stated requirements are standard across all programmes -
https://www.cric.navitas.com/academic-requirements

Employment and career options

  • Freelance artist
  • Professional print workshops
  • Museum and gallery management
  • Public arts projects
  • Artist in residence schemes
  • Fellowship opportunities
  • Styling and promotion
  • Brand and marketing management
  • PR management/press
  • Fashion production
  • Buying or trend forecasting
  • Art-editorial design
  • Publishing, typography/typesetting
  • Advertising, and media design