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MA Art and Science




This pioneering course investigates the creative relationships between art and science and how to communicate them.

You will explore the making and presentation of your work and pursue innovative outcomes in practice and research.

Why choose this course at Central Saint Martins

Interdisciplinary practice: You will learn from and build working relationships with artists, scientists, curators and other professional practitioners in the fields of art and science.

Institutional networks: You will benefit from established links with museums, galleries and institutions. These include Arts Catalyst, the British Library, the Gordon Museum of Pathology, the Royal Society, the Science Museum, Tate and the Welcome Trust among others.

Dynamic teaching: You will attend lectures and participate in seminars which provide a critical context for your research and practical work. These will be complemented by workshops and special access to places of interest.

Exhibiting opportunities: You will take part in exhibitions and a symposium, bringing together staff and peers as well as professional practitioners and critics.


Our Postgraduate Art Programme offers valuable opportunities to build transferable professional knowledge and skills. The exchange of perspectives with others through shared units, reading groups and debates helps establish stimulating and productive networks.

The focus on proposing and developing a major independent programme of study is supported by a shared professional practice lecture series featuring guest speakers plus opportunities to attend symposia and critique work in progress across subject areas. The Postgraduate Art Programme has wide-ranging links with professional organizations, collections and galleries, and includes opportunities for interaction and networking according to your personal career direction.

MA Art and Science graduates will be able to enhance communications and creative exchange between areas of art and the sciences, participate effectively in creative projects with an interdisciplinary perspective, work collaboratively in multidisciplinary teams, and exercise initiative and personal responsibility in advancing research skills and subject knowledge as well as in managing their career or further studies. With these attributes and the abilities that underpin them, MA Art and Science graduates will be attractive to organizations that value creative thinking and the effective communication of ideas. They'll also have the potential to develop their interest at research degree level.


School of Art


全日制 (2 年)

£15,165.00 (¥ 130,868) /年
Tuition fees may increase in future years for new and continuing students on courses lasting more than one year. For this course, you can pay tuition fees in instalments.


预计在April 2023


预计在一月, 九月 2023


Central Saint Martins

1 Granary Square,


N1C 4AA, United Kingdom



Application to a postgraduate course usually requires US students to have an undergraduate (bachelor's) degree in a subject related to the proposed area of study, a personal statement and, where needed, a study proposal and references. Many of our courses also ask for a portfolio and some require work experience. Our IELTS requirements vary depending on the course and level of study. Minimum score for IELTS: 5.0.


The standard entry requirements for this course are as follows: an honours degree; or an equivalent EU/international qualification. Language requirements: IELTS level 6.5 or above, with at least 5.5 in reading, writing, listening and speaking; TOEFL IBT overall score 90.