Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art announces DPhil in Fine Art admission
Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, UK invites applications for its DPhil in Fine Art admission. Ruskin School is the art school at the University of Oxford in England and can trace its origins to the year 1871. Operating from two sites, the Ruskin School offers undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in the production and study of visual art.
Ruskin School DPhil in Fine Art
Ruskin DPhil in Fine Art is a programme that gives students the choice to pursue their DPhil studies in two ways. The students of Ruskin DPhil in Fine Art can either complete their studies by thesis alone or by practice. The school awards the Ruskin DPhil in Fine Art either on the basis of a research thesis submitted by the student, which is of 80,000 words. Or on the basis of an exhibition of work and a supporting thesis of 40,000 words for the students offering studio practice as part of the final submission.
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Ruskin School DPhil in Fine Art admission application process:
Candidates need to apply online to secure admission in Ruskin DPhil in Fine Art. Click here for further information.
Ruskin DPhil in Fine Art admission application deadlines:
14 March, 2014
Ruskin DPhil in Fine Art eligibility criteria
Following are the Ruskin DPhil in Fine Art admission requirement:
- Applicants must submit a research proposal,
- Applicants must submit CV/resume
- Applicants must submit three academic references
- Applicants must submit official transcripts detailing their university-level qualifications and marks to date.
- Applicants must submit one relevant academic essay or other writing sample.
For more information, contact:
Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art
University of Oxford
74 High St, Oxford
OX1 4BG, United Kingdom
Phone: +44 (0) 1865 276941