MA Fashion Promotion & Imaging offers the opportunity for postgraduate study in a range of disciplines within the context of fashion.
You define your area of interest while attending lectures, seminars and workshops by fashion specialists and practitioners, covering a broad range of fashion related topics. Our ethos is based on the premise of promoting a creative and in-depth investigation of fashion in a social context.
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UK/EU students £4,100 International students £11,410
Our ethos is based on the premise of promoting a creative and in-depth investigation of fashion in a social context. Irrespective of whether you engage in a practical exploration or a more theoretical, written exposition, you are encouraged to consider the critical and cultural context of your subject.
You are taught through a range of tutorials and independent learning based on your individual project with the opportunity to attend relevant lectures and talks by guest speakers.
Full-time students have scheduled teaching and/or activities for up to two days a week and have access to workshops and studios for a further three days as agreed with their subject specialist tutor.
Part-time students have scheduled teaching and/or activities for up to two days a week and have access to workshops and studios for a further day as agreed with their subject specialist tutor.
All students have access to the library resources as per published opening hours.
You are assessed on evidence of your knowledge, understanding through application of ideas, research and methodological structure and your technical and applied skills.
You have the opportunity to study a range of disciplines within the context of fashion and have the opportunity to specialise in a particular field such as styling, photography, editorial design and publishing, illustration, fashion and moving image, fashion marketing, forecasting, public relations, advertising, the fashion space, the social and cultural function of fashion, or can engage in an inter-disciplinary approach.
If your first language is not English a certificate is required as evidence that you have an average IELTS score of 6.0 or equivalent. If you are applying as an international student from a country outside the EU and require a visa to study in the UK, you will also need a minimum of 5.5 in each individual component.
You may be offered a place on a course on the condition that you improve your English language and study skills. We offer pre-sessional English language courses which can improve your IELTS score by a maximum of 1.0 and 0.5, or equivalent.
Your portfolio should include a broad selection of work that demonstrates your experience and abilities. It should also reflect your commitment to this subject area. You need to submit a personal statement with your application detailing your specialist area of interest and outlining your project proposal.
No work experience is required.
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