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The MA Design for Performance & Events course enables you to develop a personal and advanced understanding of the discipline and contribute significantly to its development. Through collaboration and experimentation, you extend the boundaries of design for stage and screen, scenography and costume design.
Key study topics include:
* Research methods
* Contemporary issues in design and interdisciplinary studies
* Explore methods, techniques, concepts and themes
* Complete and publish your project
* Identify future audiences for your ideas
* Prepare for the next stage in your career.
* Research Methods for Creative Practice (Rochester MA programme common unit) - introduces you to a range of research and communication methods and tools appropriate to an advanced level of study in creative disciplines.
* Contemporary Issues in Visual & Material Culture (Rochester MA programme common unit) - this unit presents and reviews key themes that have influenced thinking and practice in contemporary photography, design, fashion and craft practice and continue to do so.
* Creative Practice - develop your creative practice in order to inform the detailed development of your project proposal for stages 2 and 3 of the course.
* Project Development - your MA project as research practice truly begins, your project takes shape and you develop as an independent researcher and practitioner.
* Project Realisation and Reflection - you apply the knowledge gained on the course to a final body of work as appropriate to your discipline. You will demonstrate the potential of your MA project, its subject and its method, to generate original and creative work that embodies knowledge.
* Project Publication and Dissemination (Rochester MA programme common unit) - you prepare the results of your design/visual practice in fully realised form. Applying gained knowledge directly to the production of your work in a form suitable for 'publication' as well as making professional contacts and taking part in actual negotiations to identify an appropriate context for your work and make its appearance in this form a reality.
* Please note the syllabus content is for the academic year indicated and is provided as a guide. The content of the course may be subject to change.
* A good Honours degree (normally 2:1 or above) or equivalent qualification in your chosen subject or a related discipline, and/or;
* Relevant work experience, demonstrating your ability to study at postgraduate level.
English language requirements
If your first language is not English a certificate is required as evidence that you have an average IELTS score of 6.0 (with a minimum of 5.5 in each individual component) or equivalent.
You may be offered a place on a course on the condition that you improve your English language and study skills. We offer two pre-sessional English language courses which can improve your IELTS score by a maximum of 1.0 and 0.5, or equivalent.
You should have a creative portfolio which includes images of recent work and shows a clear design direction. A CV should also be submitted.
You are normally required to take an English Proficiency Test.
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