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Graduate Studies

Pursue advanced study in Media, Art, and Performance through Graduate Studies

Doctoral Programs

Interdisciplinary PhD in Media and Artistic Research

  • Research on the Arts (Path A) (thesis-based)
  • Research in the Arts (Path B) (research-creation project based)
  • Research through the Arts (Path C) (hybrid thesis/research-creation project based)

Other opportunities for study at the doctoral level (PhD) in the Faculty of Media, Art, and Performance are available on a special case basis. For information please contact the Associate Dean (Graduate and Research).

Courses
Register for courses within your program. Check the course catalogue for descriptions of Media, Art, and Performance courses in Graduate Studies.

Master's Programs

  • Master of Fine Arts in Media and Artistic Research (MFA)
  • Master of Arts in Media and Artistic Research (MA)
  • Master of Fine Arts in Media Production (MFA)
  • Master of Arts in Media Studies (MA)
  • Master of Music (MMus)
  • Master of Arts in Music (MA)
  • Master of Fine Arts in Visual Arts (MFA)

Students entering the Master of Arts (MA) program must hold a four-year undergraduate degree from an accredited university or a similar recognised qualification from a comparable institution. Students entering the Master of Fine Arts (MFA) program in most cases must hold a Bachelor of Fine Arts, or a Bachelor of Music. Qualified applicants will be considered for admission to the program on the basis of academic standing and a proposal leading to an MA thesis or an MFA project.

Scholarships
Refer to the Faculty of Graduate Studies to find out what scholarships may be available to you.

Timetable
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