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Student profile - Kate Isherwood
Master of Research - MRes
Full-time (Part-time route available)
See fees information above
MRes Photography provides an exciting opportunity for students to pursue an individual research project, which may be practice-based, historical, critical, curatorial or theoretical.
High profile photography department; academic staff exhibit and/or publish individually and contribute within the Land/Water and Visual Arts research group
Facilities include a purpose-built daylight studio; digital and analogue dark rooms
Director of photoworks,
, has joined the Plymouth University as Professor of Photography
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exhibits at the
, read the University's
and further info from the Tate Britain
Fees and funding
Please follow the link below for details on the fees for this course.
Fees for entry 2012-13
1 year full time or 2 years part time.
For entry to postgraduate level, applicants should normally possess:
a first or upper second (2:1) degree with honours (in a photography related subject) or professional qualification, recognised as being equivalent to degree standard; or
an ordinary degree, foundation degree, higher national diploma, or university diploma, accompanied by substantial experience in an appropriate field.
Applicants with overseas qualifications can check their comparability with the UK equivalent through NARIC, who provide an advisory service.
English language requirement
If your first language is not English then evidence of English proficiency is required. The level of proficiency that is required can vary with the type of programme for which you are applying. For further advice on the appropriateness of overseas qualification and proficiency in the use of English, please contact our International Office.
The minimum IELTS score for acceptable English proficiency for entry is normally 6.5.
View the table of
English language requirements.
Meet the staff
"Having key staff from the British photographic community now here, and with an exciting programme of visiting speakers and tutors, Plymouth ranks among the very best places to study at postgraduate level."
Professor David Chandler
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