Fashion Design MAAnglia Ruskin University
£ 6.100 - ($ 117.888)
- Cambridge (Inglaterra)
¿Qué aprendés en este curso?
Skills and Training
Silver Jewellery Making
- Process and Practice as ResearchYou will engage with the relationship between research and production. In particular you will explore the process of designing a research project for Art and Design students at Masters level. Lectures and seminars will introduce you to methodology, ethics and exemplars of research methods from a broad range of art and design disciplines.
- Key Issues in Fashion DesignThrough a self-directed project you will investigate and integrate professional practice, industry issues/future trends, and inter- and multi-disciplinary theory and practice, generating creative and innovative approaches to fashion design.
- Fashion Design and BrandAs part of a self-directed project you will investigate, analyse and synthesise your conceptual design process, target consumer and brand identity to generate creative and innovative approaches to fashion design and brand.
- Master's Dissertation Art and DesignThis module forms the major written element of the MA programme. On it, you will be invited to choose a topic related to your area of study, as the basis for a research essay of up to 8,000 words.
- Master's Project: Art and DesignThe Masters Project represents the culmination of your learning on the programme, and giving you the opportunity to develop and resolve a major area of enquiry. This is a self-directed visual project negotiated with the staff team and peers.
We'll measure your progress using a number of assessment methods that reflect the skills you'll need to demonstrate in the fashion industry. These include sketchbooks; reflective journals; technical files; brand, consumer and market research files; collaboration files; brand and promotion packages; portfolio work (visualisation and styling); 3D realisation and collection creation; presentations (audio visual and oral); written reports; your Master's dissertation; and Personal Development Planning (PDP).
12 months full-time or 24 months part-time. Teaching times:
Trimester 1: Mondays 10am – 1pm (full time); Wednesdays
10am – 1pm (full time and part-time)
Trimester 2: Mondays 10am – 1pm (full time and part-time); Tuesdays 10am-1pm (full-time)
Trimester 3: Wednesdays 10am – 1pm (full time, no teaching part-time)
Trimester 4: Mondays 10am – 1pm (part-time)
Trimester 5 & 6: Wednesdays and other tutorials by arrangement (part-time)
UK & EU students, 2016/17 (per year) £6,100
UK & EU students, 2016/17 (per year part time) £3,050
International students, 2016/17 (per year) £11,700