RMIT offers two postgraduate research programs in the School of Art.
As a postgraduate research candidate in the School of Art, you will be supervised by experts in your field. Working in a creative community of practice and theory, you will learn to work intelligently through material practices and critical reflection, and share ideas with other researchers in collaborative and supportive seminars and critiques.
Being part of the RMIT School of Art means you are part of a global outreach with opportunities for international debates and relationships.
Postgraduate research programs
The School of Art offers the following postgraduate research programs:
Postgraduate research in these programs is carried out through practice-based projects as well as theoretical theses. Research and creative practice are of international standard in traditional and the latest of technological and innovative contemporary practices.
Before you apply
- Check your eligibility: check the entrance requirements listed in the program guide of your chosen program.
- Select a potential supervisor: discuss your proposed research project with a potential supervisor. You need to identify a staff member with the appropriate research interests and qualifications from the School of Art Research Supervisors list. Then contact your potential supervisor via the contact details on the list, and arrange to meet or to discuss your project. If the supervisor believes it to be a suitable project, ask if they will supervise you and indicate this in your application.
- Follow the process for applying for research degrees and scholarships.