FINANCING YOUR STUDIES
While there are in principal scholarships and bursaries, these are few and far between and to be candid, hard to achieve.
However, there is the David Faddy bursary and a special bursary from the Worshipful Company of Stationers, which is just for an MAPJ students and therefore not on the scholarships list. If you hold a UK passport and are under 27, please direct your inquiries to Ben Edwards directly.
MAPJ is a very intensive full time year, with a lot of work required outside of lecture times. While it might be essential for you to work to fund your studies, this can be counter-productive to the immersion required for you to fully benefit from this intense year. As a guide line I would not recommend more than 16 hours work a week and this should ideally be evening work, leaving the daytimes free to study.
The Youth Season 2
31-33 Church Street, Marylebone, London NW8 8EH
Private View evening is Thursday 13th April 2017 6pm-10pm
Designed to celebrate and help upcoming artists promote their work, The Youth find unique spaces and creates events around London, creating a collaboration between the artists and various exhibition contexts.
Taking over the […]
MATERIAL LIGHT – 15.03.17 – 24.03.17
AT SRISHTI OUTPOST – A COLLATERAL PROJECT OF THE KOCHI MUZIRIS BIENNALE
MILL HALL COMPOUND, MATTANCHERY, KOCHI, KERALA, INDIA
Rather than causing the death of analogue photography, the dominance of digital media has recently increased interest in analogue and historical processes amongst image makers and artists.
MATERIAL LIGHT explores […]
现像 REFLECT THE TRUTH
Image: Jennifer Lei Wang
Private View: 11th November 6:30 – 9:00pm
exhibition continues 11th November – 18th November
Talk & Discussion: Dr. Lucy Soutter on Tuesday 15th November 6:30 – 7:30pm
Bringing together still and moving image works from Chinese graduates from The University of Westminster’s MA Photographic […]