The scheduled learning activities will be delivered through a series of blended (face to face and online) web-based learning activities, interactive lectures, seminars, discussion groups, workshops, guest speakers, problem solving exercises, guided development, assessment feedback and critique feedback (tutor and peer), individual and group activities and linked tutorials. Consideration of case study materials, journals and guest speakers will form an important part of the delivery illustrating the application of themes to real-world situations.
- Full-time: tbc
- Part-time: tbc
Visit our course fees page for information on full and part-time degree course fees.
Visit our financial support page for information on the range of support available.
Additional costs may be associated with the following:
There is a free shuttle bus to the main campus from transportation in the morning, lunch time and end of day.
- All students are expected to participate in study visits/excursions and should budget approximately £250 for this.
- Annual £30 Studio Fee - contribution towards the cost of essential and bespoke consumables and materials utilised during the studio sessions.
- Art materials
- Additional transport costs for Gallery /Exhibition visits
- Additional costs required for exhibiting
More detailed information on other costs associated with your course and work placements/work experience (if applicable) will be outlined in the programme validation document and explained to you at your interview.
As part of the application process, you will be asked to attend an interview to give you the opportunity to discuss the course.
Please bring a sample of your portfolio to the interview. Places on the programme are subject to interview and portfolio.
For specific course enquiries, please contact:
Miranda Meilleur (Programme Leader): email@example.com
Sera Williams (Administration): firstname.lastname@example.org
For general enquiries about our degrees, please contact: email@example.com