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Ulster University: Fine Art

Institution Ulster University
Department Belfast Campus
Telephone 028 7012 4391
Study type Taught


Established in 1979, this rigorous studio-based programme is delivered with the expertise of a staff of internationally recognised artists. Within the studio environment the diversity of the teaching staff reflects the range of approaches and contexts it embraces.

It recognises contemporary art practice as open and pluralistic, encouraging dialogue between diverse disciplines. This approach facilitates working in a flexible manner to offer maximum opportunities for individual practice and exploration of traditional exhibition formats alongside broader models of production and dissemination.

Critical discourse on practice with an emphasis on analysis and self-reflection, contributes to an understanding of art within larger cultural, social and political contexts.

Many of our graduates go on to establish successful studios, exhibiting internationally, gaining public art commissions, residencies, fellowships and awards. Others develop careers in other arts sectors such as curatorial practice, art writing, community arts, education, research and administration. Alumni lists and career profiles are available at:

Master of Fine Arts - MFA (PG)

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