Why study at Roehampton
- The opportunity to engage in both practical, creative work and in-depth academic research and writing.
- A supportive learning environment with students from a wide range of educational backgrounds.
This programme provides opportunities to investigate and analyse the role of art, craft and design in education. Students bring to the course a wide range of experiences of teaching and learning in different educational contexts, from Foundation Stage settings through to primary schools, secondary schools and museums and galleries. By critically reflecting on their practice, students arrive at a broader knowledge and deeper understanding of their field.
Key areas of study
- Practice-based work in art, craft and design
- Comparative perspectives on art, craft and design education
- Critical and contextual studies in art, craft and design education
- Museum and gallery education
The programme brings together students from a wide range of educational backgrounds who share an interest in art, craft and design education
It offers opportunities to engage in both practical, creative work and in-depth academic research and writing
It provides high quality professional development and enhances the career prospects for all students
- Concepts and Issues in Art and Design Education
- Practice-based Research in Art, Craft and Design Education
- Learning through paintings in the museum; a module taught as a week-long summer school based at the National Gallery and led by the gallery's team of educators.
The programme provides a high level of practical and academic insight for those seeking further study/research or employment in careers such as: specialist art teaching in primary schools, secondary schools and early years settings; initial teacher education in art, craft and design; museum and gallery education; academic research at doctoral level