December 1st for Preferred Application (MFA)
December 1st for winter start (PhD)
February 1st for 20% tuition reduction (MFA)
May 1st for summer start (PhD)
May 1st for (Summer Certificate)
MFA Creative Practice
With Preferred (Dec 1) and Early Application (Feb 1): $7,800 per semester in total, no added fees
After February 1st: $9,760 per semester in total, no added fees.
MFA without advanced standing is four semesters in total.
Initial residency: $3,250 summer, $1,850 winter (credited towards first semester).*
$13,650 per semester – minimum of six.
Write-up year: $3,250 per semester.
*Accepted applicants come to an initial residency before committing to the full program with the option to put the initial residency tuition towards a Certificate.
Summer Residency Certificate
$3,250 (3-week summer program, non-credit).
All other fees included in semester or certificate tuition.
Further program info with links to the online application form, admissions criteria, deferment, academic credits and program FAQs.
One semester of advanced standing can be granted for graduate level work from accredited institutions.
Further program info with application requirements, links to the online application form, admissions criteria, the application process and program FAQs.
Exceptionally focussed and accomplished artists can apply for transfer from the low-residency MFA program to studio PhD studies within the first year of the MFA.
Phone/Skype interviews are held with all finalists for the low-residency MFA program.
Alumni, students and faculty are available for consultation prior to commitment to the program.
Accepted applicants must reapply.
Transart Institute will undertake every reasonable effort to accommodate students with special needs or disabilities, be they physical or sensory impairments, mental health and learning difficulties, or health conditions on the hybrid (campus + online) MFA in Art and the PhD track. All special needs will be negotiated after individual consultations. Prospective applicants should indicate any special needs and/or disabilities on the admissions application form.