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MFA (Master of Fine Art)

The MFA at Northumbria provides a unique learning environment in the dynamic BxNU Institute of Contemporary Art, at BALTIC 39, in Newcastle’s city centre. BxNU is an award-winning partnership between Northumbria University and BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art.

BALTIC 39 provides exceptional, purpose-built studio space in close proximity to BALTIC's new project space which is located on the top floor of the building. You will be taught by internationally active artists, engage with collaborative events led by BALTIC Professor, Christine Borland and participate in a vibrant studio culture enhanced by BALTIC's curatorial staff.

For the academic year 2014/15 we are offering three BALTIC Scholarships worth £3,000 toward the cost of the MFA over the 2 years of the full time programme.

Applications for the MFA can be made now for September 2014.