The Research Master's in Art and Performance Research Studies trains and prepares students for a future in academia. Former students have found positions as PhD candidates (paid and unpaid, and both strictly academic as well as practice-based) and as teachers.
At the same time, you will also gain a valuable foundation for a variety of professions in the cultural sector. Former students from Art and Performance have found positions in the research departments of museums, as independent researchers and as producers of theatre performances, exhibitions and musical venues. Some have become independent writers.
Artistic Research students have joined other educational institutions focusing on art and research, and work as independent artists, curators, programmers, teachers and project developers.