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Although laureates don’t obtain a masters degree but instead receive a post-college certiﬁcate, the Expert class Type design course offered by the Plantin Institute of Typography (under the umbrella of the Plantin Society [Dutch: Plantin Genootschap]) is an alternative for those who can’t study type (design) full-time.
Actually, in the past few years a couple of masters from Reading and The Hague followed the course.
Alfonso García said:
Well, there's another one on Argentina, http://www.fadu.uba.ar/post/357-maestra-en-tipografa-mtI've studied there a couple of years ago, and there was two of the best years in my life. And you'll have the pleasure (and the adventure) of living in Buenos Aires.
If you're in NY, coopertype's extended program is supposed to be pretty good. I've seen guys go in there with little to no experience and come out with some crazy shit.