Teaching involves a combination of lectures, seminars, tutorials, presentations and industry liaison, and assessment is continuous. Theory underpinning practice is developed simultaneously throughout each semester and Negotiated Agreements Parts I and II allow students to acquire the ability to develop and refine proposals, which underpin their major projects and reflect on personal progress. Students are expected to contextualize their work within a current framework and develop evaluative skills in order to articulate their point of view. Research Methods and Application introduces students to a range of analytical research tools, forming the basis for all in-depth self-directed projects on the programme.
The course aims to develop students’ intellectual and imaginative power through a programme of study that is formed from cohesion between theory and practice. It provides graduates with a stimulating environment in which ideas can be exchanged and supported through factual creative research, developed and contextualised. We challenge our students to take a critical position in relation to existing theories and encourage new connections within the field of fashion that challenge traditional design boundaries.
- Duration: 13 months (1 year)
- Educational Form: taught
- Education Variants: fulltime
- Language: English
- Classes Start Date: 2nd October 2017
- Tuition Fees: 6.200 €
- Award Body: University of Central Lancashire - UK
- British Degree: Master of Arts
- the AAS Application form completed;
- Degree or Diploma and transcript from previous educational institution;
- evidence of your ability in English language (IELTS 6.5 or its equivalent);
Course at a glance
- Design Practice 1
- Design Research 1
- Advanced Practice 2
- Design Research 2
- Fashion Promotion Practice 3
Assessment is 100% coursework and you will be continually assessed throughout the course. The course is continually assessed through module requirements, allowing students to achieve target awards. Final modules are graded Pass, Merit, Distinction.
Opportunities exist in the fashion industry, but equally in the media, promotion and branding of fashion, and, significantly, in other areas of design and the arts where fashion is now regarded as an instrumental professional model.
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