Goldsmiths, University of London

Course Introduction

This is the only programme in the University of London in which students can include creative work and an arts'based context of their practice within the distinctive field of arts and creative technologies.

The opportunities for artists and technologists working in artistic domains have long encountered difficulties in finding appropriate ways to ‘measure’ artistic practice in ‘practice'based research’ terms.

The aim of the programme is to support students in their creation of new forms of artistic expression, and in their invention and application of new technologies that help make the art form possible.

We therefore expect you to take a novel and personal path of exploration. This path will be determined by the shifts you make between artistic, technical, practical, conceptual and theoretical domains in relation to your own unique vision.

You will have two supervisors (one from arts practice, and one from computer science), and can attend weekly PhD research seminars where students can present their findings to peers and staff; you are expected to give two presentations per year.

You also present your work at College level through interdisciplinary Graduate School seminars and at Spring Review week.

We have established a forum with the Creativity and Cognition studios at the University of Technology, Sydney for characterising practice situated across arts and computational technology, which offers the potential for collaborative research.

Start Date:

09/2018

Duration & Attendance Qualification Tuition fees Fee type
4 years
Full Time
Doctor of Philosophy - PhD £4,260 Home Fees
4 years
Full Time
Doctor of Philosophy - PhD £14,600 Overseas Fees
6 years
Part Time
Doctor of Philosophy - PhD
3 years
Full Time
Master of Philosophy - MPhil £4,260 Home Fees
3 years
Full Time
Master of Philosophy - MPhil £14,600 Overseas Fees
4 years
Part Time
Master of Philosophy - MPhil

Qualifications required:

  • Normally upper second class honours degree in a creative practice (eg art, design, music, technology, social sciences) or computer-based discipline (including studio arts) or an MA/MFA and/or equivalent technical and artistic experience in arts and computational technology. You should normally be competent in the language and applications of working with technologies as appropriate to your practice. If English isn’t your first language, you’ll need to meet our English language requirements of IELTS 7.0 with a 7.0 in 7.0 in writing to study with us.