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Postgraduate
study

Advance your career and invigorate your creative practice.
Browse our postgraduate study options and find which is right for you.

Jason O'Hara

Where Memories Sleep, Jason O'Hara, MDes 2019.

Master of Design

Produce innovative and responsive design work that is thoroughly grounded in design research methodologies in a qualification closely developed in partnership with industry and focussed on society and the environment.

  • 12–18 months full time
  • Full-time or part-time study
  • Wellington-based
  • Starts February, July or September 2021
  • Apply by 30 November 2020 for February start

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Ivan Vegar, Master of Design Weta Workshop School

Childhood's End adaptation, Ivan Vegar, MDes (Weta), 2019.

Master of Design—Weta Workshop School

Create your own imaginary worlds for film, TV and game through a research and design project. Learn at the heart of the entertainment design industry in a unique partnership between Massey University and award-winning Weta Workshop.

  • 12 months
  • Full-time study
  • Wellington-based
  • Starts February 2021
  • Apply by 30 November 2020

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Rebecca Mooney, MFA

Long-Breath-Out, Rebecca Mooney, MFA, 2019.

Master of Fine Arts

Challenge and extend your creative practice in this research-driven, trans-disciplinary, critically engaged two year programme. The MFA can be awarded in Fine Art, Design or without a specialisation.

  • 2 years full time
  • Full-time or part-time study
  • Wellington-based
  • Starts February 2021
  • Apply by 30 November 2020

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MMVA

Hally Gallo, MMVA, 2018.

Master of Māori Visual Arts

Challenge and extend your creative practice, grounded in kaupapa Māori or your indigenous cultural contexts, at Toioho ki Āpiti. Embrace customary practice alongside contemporary art methods.

  • 2 years full time
  • Full-time or part-time study
  • Manawatū-based or by distance
  • Starts February 2021
  • Apply by 30 November 2020

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MCE

ether, Kaysha Bowler, MCE, 2019.

Master of Creative Enterprise

Take your creativity to the market. Work closely with industry leaders and academics to nurture a creative endeavour from development through to commercialisation.

  • 18 months
  • Full-time study
  • Wellington-based
  • Starts February 2021
  • Apply by 30 November 2020

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PhD

Pelagic States—Towards a Nomadic and Oceanic Practice, Sam Trubridge, PhD, 2018.

PhD

Produce a sustained piece of advanced research work in a creative arts discipline. A PhD makes an original contribution to the field through creative and written outputs.

  • 3–4 years full time
  • Full-time or part-time study
  • Wellington or Manawatū-based, or by distance in New Zealand
  • Starts February and July
  • Apply anytime

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BCommMusHons

Bachelor of Commercial Music (Honours)

Refine your specialist music skills with a one-year research-driven independent project. Explore your place in the ever-changing music industry, whether you’re a performer or work in the music industry.

  • 12 months
  • Full-time study
  • Wellington-based
  • Starts February
  • Apply by 15 February 2021

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BCMPHons

Bachelor of Creative Media Production (Honours)

Push your production skills to the next level with a one-year research-drive independent project. Understand critically how your work fits in a landscape of film, entertainment and new media.

  • 12 months
  • Full-time study
  • Wellington-based
  • Starts February
  • Apply by 15 February 2021

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Te Ara Toroa — Rere Ki Uta, Rere Ki Tai
The flight of the albatross — Venturing into the unknown
Design by Ngataiharuru Taepa, Kaihautu Toi Māori—Director of Māori Arts

Toi Rauwhārangi
College of Creative Arts
Wellington, Aotearoa

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