A diploma is a document that indicates a student has effectively completed close study of a given field, topic or area of study. Diplomas are typically awarded by academic institutions and indicate mastery of a particular field or subject.
Arts studies incorporate the history, culture, and practice of a variety of different art forms. Examples of topic areas include sculpture, film, painting, musical instruments, theater, and photography. Programs often combine classroom learning with hands-on work.
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This course is designed to develop creativity, practical skills and independent thought within Art, Design or Media. It is an intensive study programme for those over 19 who want to widen their skills and develop a portfolio in preparation for work or higher education. [+]
London is the creative capital of Europe, with one of the highest concentrations of creative media, TV and visual effects companies. Study in our state-of-the-art facilities, which are used by the industry, including the BBC, Adobe, Channel 4 and Tiger Aspect.
This course is designed to develop creativity, practical skills and independent thought within Art, Design or Media. It is an intensive study programme for those over 19 who want to widen their skills and develop a portfolio in preparation for work or higher education.
Students will develop an extensive portfolio of work in a wide range of Arts or Media. The course is divided into three stages; Exploratory, Pathway and Confirmatory stages and culminates in a personal project. Throughout your study programme, there is also a focus on preparing you for a career in the industry. Your assignments may have a work focus and will involve assessments; some may be set by industry.... [-]
This exciting and challenging one-year course will prepare you for applying to highly competitive degree courses. The course is structured in three parts, each building upon your learning and experience: art and design practice, fashion and textiles practice, and then your personal pathway development in a final fashion or textiles project. [+]
Whatever your interests or ambitions, we offer an exciting range of fashion courses in our dedicated department, taught by specialist fashion professionals.
Our excellent links with Higher Education fashion and textiles courses in the London Area means that we can help you prepare a successful fashion course application.
Many of our students have progressed onto Higher Education, successfully set up small businesses, or gone on to work within the fashion industry. We have a reputation for the high standard of work produced, and entry to our courses is often competitive.
We cater for beginners through to the very experienced, aiming to be as flexible as possible to meet individual needs. Acceptance onto all our fashion courses is by individual interview. Where appropriate you will be asked to bring examples of your work. At interview we can build a personal study programme taking into account your existing skills and time available.... [-]
This major is appropriate for students who are primarily seeking a post-BA career in commercial photography, design arts or graphic design. [+]
Prior to selecting an art major, students should consult with their advisor and the chair of the department of art and art history. All students who decide to major in art or art history should officially elect a faculty member from the department as their formal advisor and consult with that faculty member prior to course registration each semester.
This major is appropriate for students who are primarily seeking a post-BA career in commercial photography, design arts or graphic design. It is also appropriate for students planning to pursue graduate studies in these areas to consider a second major in art history or fine arts. This major is required for students who intend to pursue the special program in visual communication.... [-]