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Glass Interest \ Schools & Courses \ MA Courses
University of Creative Arts - Farnham  
University of the Creative Arts - South UK
MA Contemporary Crafts (Ceramics, Glass, Jewellery)
1 year full-time, 2 years part-time at UCA Farnham.
'This course gives you the opportunity to specialise further within the areas of ceramics, glass, jewellery or metalwork and to refine your specific area of research.'
University of York - MA Stained Glass  
University of York - North of England
MA in Stained Glass Conservation and Heritage Management. 'This innovative programme, the first of its kind in the English-speaking world, offers an integrated study of stained glass and its conservation, meeting a perceived need internationally for a qualification in this field.'
Swansea Metropolitan university - MA Glass  
Swansea Metropolitan University - Wales
MA Glass (full or part-time). 'This MA provides the opportunity to explore new possibilities and update existing skills and knowledge as well as developing new skills and approaches to working in glass'
Edinburgh College of Art - MA Glass  
Edinburgh College of Art - Scotland
Glass MA, Architectural Glass MA.The Glass & Architectural Glass course at Edinburgh College of Art has a long-standing reputation as a materially based programme spreading across areas of art, applied arts and design. Many of our graduates cross over from other disciplines to employ the unique properties of glass in their area of creativity.
Royal College of Art - MA Glass and Ceramics  
Royal College of Art - London
MA Glass & Ceramics (2 years) encourages skilled practice and creative thinking in the media of glass and ceramics. 'first and second-year MA and Research students work alongside each other. It is this mixing, with the juxtaposition of glass and ceramic, that creates an environment where some of the most important learning is experienced'
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