Our curriculum of innovative postgraduate programmes, built on theory and practice and knowledge of the cultural sector, provides an enriched student experience at Kelvin Hall.
We offer a range of one year Masters programmes which are based out of Kelvin Hall. These programmes have been developed in collaboration with key employers in the cultural and creative sectors. They have been designed to give you the skills and experience you will need to work in your chosen field, or, should you choose, to undertake further research.
Our postgraduate programmes developed by the College of Arts, are focussed around a number of key subjects:
- Ancient Cultures (MLitt)
- Art History: Collecting & Provenance Studies in an International Context (MSc)
- Art History: Dress and Textile Histories (MLitt)
- Art History: Technical Art History Making and Meaning (MLitt)
- Art History: Inventing Modern Art, 1768-1918 (MLitt)
- Curatorial Practice (Contemporary Art) (MLitt) - in collaboration with Glasgow School of Art.
All these programmes offer work placements, and will have access to excellent art collections and expert curatorial staff in The Hunterian and Glasgow Museums.
Our Cultural Policy masters programmes have strong links with Scottish and UK creative sector. They offer a wide range of guest speakers and networking opportunities. They are taught in conjunction with the Adam Smith Business School and focus on the policy knowledge and the business skills required to work in the cultural or creative industries.
Based alongside the National Library of Scotland's Moving Image Archive, we offer two different film programmes. One focuses on the making of, and finding an audience for, your own work, while the curation programme investigates the material qualities of audio-visual media and explores the history and contemporary practice of projection and exhibition, in cinemas, galleries, festivals and online.
Museum and Artefact Studies
- Material Culture and Artefact Studies (MLitt)
- Museum Education (MSc) (Developed by the College of Social Sciences)
- Museum Studies (MSc)
Taught in collaboration and with access to The Hunterian and Glasgow Museums, these programmes are designed to provide you with the skills needed to work in the museum and heritage sector.
We also offer a 2 year MPhil in Textile Conservation, based out of the Centre for Textile Conservation, which will benefit from the close links with Glasgow Museums and The Hunterian.
Our interdisciplinary programmes allow you to study across multiple disciplines, create your own curriculum and pursue self-directed unique research. Ancestral Studies is the first postgraduate degree of its kind in the world, drawing on cross-disciplinary expertise and teaching, it explores the social and biological contours of identity.
For more information on any of our postgraduate programmes, please visit our website.