This one of a kind, bespoke media course is aimed at industry practitioners, film makers and digital communicators, offering cross-disciplinary practice in film and digital media fuelling the industry's growing need for multi-skilled creatives LCF has an excellent reputation for providing a solid training base, access to specialist equipment and leading researchers in the fields of fashion, communication and technology.
Content and Structure
Characterised by a cross-disciplinary, collaborative ethos, MA Fashion Media Production aims to stimulate and cultivate innovative media practitioners. Appealing to visual and verbal communicators, this course bridges the gap between fashion’s core communication disciplines such as journalism, photography and styling with digital media practices and film-making. The course offers a range of units that combine practice with theory and offer opportunities to work both collectively and independently.
Through these units, you will be encouraged to develop a body of research around a specific focus or area, to experiment with new technologies, and to develop reflective practice and fresh responses to areas of fashion media production. As well as evolving innovative solutions to existing media scenarios, you will also be expected to challenge and critique these conventions, offering alternative views and visions.
MA Fashion Media Production offers opportunities to connect with industry through workshops and projects and incorporates a range of industry professionals into its programme. As part of your personal and professional development, you will be encouraged to combine your course with internships and placements, appropriate to your study. Graduates from this course have been much in demand for a number of creative roles within fashion media.
15 months, 4 terms, level 7, 180 credits
Course entry requirements
Entry to this course is highly competitive: applicants are expected to achieve, or already have, the course entry requirements detailed below.
- An Honours degree at 2.1 or above in a related discipline, such as photography, journalism, media or fashion. Applicants with a degree in another subject may be considered, depending on the strength of the application.
- Equivalent qualifications
- Relevant and quantitative experience in any of the following industries: fashion; photography; styling; art; design; television; set design; web design; computer programming; media production; architecture; visual communications; journalism; film making.
Selection for interview will be made on the basis of your application, including the personal statement, the supporting written statement, and a portfolio of relevant work or other evidence of media production. If you are selected for interview you may be asked to bring this work,
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Last updated February 2, 2017