ABOUT THE PROGRAMME
The MRes RCA Pathway in the School of Architecture offers training in practice-led and practice-based research methods for critical studies of spatial design, complementing the shared arts and humanities research methods taught across the College as part of the MRes RCA. Situated within the Royal College of Art, a world-leading art and design institution, the programme encourages interdisciplinary research projects in collaboration with other Schools within the RCA and external.
Key features of the programme:
* The only MRes in Architecture offered within a world-leading art and design university, providing knowledge of interdisciplinary research methods within the arts, design, and humanities, delivered across faculties.
* A range of specialisms that focus on the interface of research and practice, supporting the development of research careers in academia and industry-based research groups, as well as working with NGOs and cultural enterprises.
* Development of advanced research skills and support of an individual research project that prepares graduates for further studies at PhD level or careers within an emerging field of practice-led and practice-based research.
* Training in practice-led and practice-based research by working on ?live? case studies and projects within the field with respected external partners.
* Students become part of a vibrant research community at the RCA and within London.
|Duration & Attendance||Qualification||Tuition fees||Fee type|
|Masters in Research (MRes)||£12,350||Home Fees|
|Masters in Research (MRes)||£12,350||European Fees|
|Masters in Research (MRes)||£32,800||Overseas Fees|
- Domestic entry requirements: Students should have a good first degree in a related subject. We welcome applications from students of all ages, and view both prior academic and professional experience as valuable.
- International entry requirements: Students should have a good first degree in a related subject. We welcome applications from students of all ages, and view both prior academic and professional experience as valuable. Students who do not speak English as their first language are required to produce evidence that within the previous two years they have achieved an IELTS exam score of 6.5 with 6 in writing.
- IELTS score: 6.5