The DFA is a three-year, six semester, full-time program (or part time equivalent) of practice-based studio research supported by individual research supervision and regular research symposia and seminars. The full-time program is structured as follows:
Students will also be allocated 48 hours of supervision time to be used across the DFA degree.
The DFA has one yearly intake, starting in mid-July each year.
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION
Admission to the DFA is based on academic merit, a research proposal, portfolio and interview. Applicants are considered for admission on the basis of:
Please contact NAS for application procedure via email at: [email protected]
Please note that there is one DFA intake per year, starting mid-July.