Exploring the role film and visual culture plays in wider society.
At a Glance
- Degree Qualification
- MSc or PhD
Based in the School of Language, Literature, Film and Visual Culture, the Film and Visual Culture department offers a progressive approach to researching this influential and vibrant area of study. Our aim is to train students to become active participants in their own visual culture, as careful scholars and creative practitioners.
Embedded in the scholastic traditions of a university founded in 1495, our Film and Visual Culture programme combines interaction with top researchers, an attractive teaching environment and excellent facilities. Students can also elect to engage with practice-based work at MLitt and PhD level, utilising our Media Lab HD production and post-production facilities.
Film and Visual Culture plays an important role in the George Washington Wilson Centre for Visual Culture (GWW), which brings together researchers form across our university. The GWW acts as a vibrant hub for Postgraduate Research students engaged in visual culture research.
GWW’s members are keen to hear from potential applicants interested in pursuing a postgraduate degree (MLitt or PhD) related to visual culture.
Applicants to the MPhil or PhD must provide a detailed research proposal and two academic references from their most recent academic institution.
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School of Language, Literature, Music and Visual Culture
University of Aberdeen