OVERVIEW

Qualification Level
MRes
Course Duration
3 Semesters
Starting Semester
January
Location
Forres, Highlands Campus
Glasgow

The Master of Research is a pioneering postgraduate researchdegree offered at The Glasgow School of Art (GSA), which can be undertakeneither on a full time basis over 1 year or a part time basis over 2 years. 

This programme promotes independent and critical thinking, where candidates will embark on self-initiated researchinquiries,which can be interdisciplinary in nature, and which seek toaddress contextually-located social and cultural challenges.

Research projects typically fall under the themes of landscape andplace; sustainable environments and communities; the creative economy;heritage, archive and collections; health and care; and creative education.  

We welcome applicants from a diverse range of creativebackgrounds, and the programme is ideal for anyone considering an academiccareer after undergraduate or postgraduate studying; or early or mid-careerpractitioners who are seeking to pivot their practice towards research. 





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FEE WAIVER STUDENTSHIPS

Innovating the Future of Digital and Health and Care  

The GSA and the Digital Health and Care Innovation Centre (DHI) are currently offering Master of Research fee waiver studentships for January 2025 entry. 

These studentships are for candidates undertaking research focused on digital health and care, which align with one of the DHI’s strategic themes.


Reimagining Scotland’s Built Environment 

The GSA and the Built Environment Smarter Transformation (BE-ST) are currently offering Master of Research fee waiver studentships for January 2024 entry.  Providing the connections, infrastructure, and culture needed to solve the most pressing challenges facing Scotland, BE-ST welcomes proposals exploring a number of areas.

More information can be found here

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