For creative practitioners working in the modern world of visual communication, it is essential that you are able to draw on a wide number of associated and complementary disciplines, thereby extending your ability to communicate effectively to a wide variety of audiences.In this rapidly developing environment, the most successful practitioners are those people who can embrace alternative approaches, adopt the widest range of skills, and fully appreciate the many methods of media communication.
In this rapidly developing environment, the most successful practitioners are those people who can embrace interdisciplinary approaches, adopt the widest range of skills, and fully appreciate the ways in which the industry is evolving. Graphic design, photography, illustration, digital, moving image and fine art are just some of the complementary disciplines that you will be able to explore during the course. You will be actively encouraged to look at problem solving from alternative viewpoints, with an emphasis on creative experimentation and innovative risk taking.
Your MA studies will have, at their core, your desire to develop a practical creative project; one you already have in mind or which arises as a result of consultation with your lecturers. The range of outcomes is unlimited, or rather, they are only limited by your imagination. Your final masters stage project will predominantly be a practice-based piece that is either the product of an interdisciplinary creative approach or focused around a particular area of enquiry.
Your studies will be supported and enhanced through a stimulating programme of lectures and seminars, while further inspiration will be gained through talks, study visits and discussion groups led by visiting professional practitioners. Assessment is by the completion of a series of practical projects, with accompanying research and enquiry. In addition, you will complete three written assignments, relating to your work and the contemporary creative industries. There are no formal exams on this course. Choose from full-time and part-time study options.
- you will need at least a 2.2 honours degree or equivalent in a relevant subject
- you will be required to submit a portfolio of work
- EU and international students need IELTS 6.5 overall (no less than 6.0 in writing and 5.5 in any other band) or equivalent
|Fees - 2017/18 Academic Year
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The fee displayed is the total course fee for full or part-time study. Fees can be paid in instalments over the duration of study with further details available in our tuition fee policy.
This course will support your progress into or through a wide range of careers within the creative industries.
Associated professional accreditations
Learn from practitioners with highly relevant, extensive industry experience and real-world case studies.
Work alongside complementary disciplines including illustrators, graphic designers, animators, web designers, photographers and film makers.
Learn how to problem-solve from alternative viewpoints using innovative risk-taking and creative experimentation.