This course supports diverse studies in graphic design, moving image, printmaking, photography and aspects of fine and applied art. The course offers a programme of study which responds flexibly to the requirements of the creative industries by evaluating, reviewing and updating course content and its relationship with the market place. You will be required to research in detail aspects of advertising, digital imaging, contemporary practice and real life design problems.
The programme is a vocationally-orientated course, which will consolidate existing knowledge and prepare students for a variety of Creative Imaging associated practice. The course aims to ensure that the student achieves the academic and practitioner standards as laid out in the QAA Benchmark Statements relevant to Art and Design.
The course team have a vast amount of experience not only in the delivery of the course but in their professional field. Lecturers are current practitioners in fine art, photography, graphic design, dissertation writing and business.
The course is offered on an part-time basis delivered on a Monday. With 8 hours in-college learning delivered in one day each week, with approximately 240 hours of student contact per year. You will also be required to complete up to 5 hours of home study each week.
Applicants must have:
- A minimum of 96 UCAS points
- HND pass at Merit level in a Creative area subject which may include Graphic Design, Fine Art, Illustration, Photography or Media
- Submission of a portfolio
- Interview is required
- GCSE Maths grade C or Essential Skills L2
- GCSE English Language grade C or Essential Skills L2
- Fine Art
- Self Directed Dissertation
- Business Planning
All modules on the course are rated at honours level.
1 day per week for 2 years
ACCREDITED BYLiverpool John Moores University (LJMU).
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
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OTHER FEES ASSOCIATED WITH COURSE
You are also required to travel to Liverpool in the first year of the course for a three day visit to Liverpool John Moore’s University (LJMU) and various art galleries. The estimated cost of the university visit (flights, accommodation and meals) would typically be £170.
On successful completion of this course you may progress to study at postgraduate level. Alternatively you may go into employment in the creative industries, print-based graphic design, motion graphics, freelance illustration, fine and applied art or interactive design for the internet.
HOW TO APPLY
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Dr Paul Hamilton
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