Undergraduate pathways are programs that can help guide a new student into a regular undergraduate degree program, often in a foreign country. They can involve second-language training and other classes that may be used for credit for students’ intended majors.
What is an undergraduate pathway in art studies? Make-up artistry or fashion are two examples of undergraduate pathways in art. Beyond the language courses, make-up lessons may happen in a studio setting. A student may add two or three works to a reel and then be accepted into a bachelor’s program. In fashion, one may add some clothing projects or designs to a portfolio and have courses on promotion to help in marketing his or her skills. Business classes can be a component of this program.
Language skills may not only help in being accepted into a higher-level degree program, but they can also be used as students travel and meet new people. Another skill may be professional makeup proficiency, which can be used to create the perfect look for a job interview. Knowledge gained about sewing from a fashion course can be handy. A torn blouse or a missing button can be quickly stitched while away on business.
An undergraduate pathway is typically shorter than a regular degree program, so the tuition and fees can be comparably less, but each school’s cost can be different. The location can have an impact on price, especially if studying in a foreign country.
Career choices following an art pathway may include animator, antique appraiser, architectural designer, art appraiser, costume designer, craftsperson, creative director, courtroom artist or fashion designer. Other opportunities are glass blower, graphic designer, interior designer, makeup artist, museum archivist, photographer, photojournalist, web designer and many more. An undergraduate pathway in art can be the first step to a diverse group of jobs.
These programs are often offered in different parts of the world, both in the classroom and online. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
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.... [-]
The course aims to prepare students with the creative skills required to work within the media make-up industry. [+]
The make-up artistry with fashion and media programme is designed to offer the learner the opportunity to gain a wealth of experience and knowledge working as a make-up artist in preparation for direct employment or further study. The course comprises of a range of core modules developing the key skills and attributes to become a successful make-up artist. These modules are further complimented by the fashion and media subject specialist pathway modules. The course aims to prepare students with the creative skills required to work within the media make-up industry. The content of the course encourages students to produce innovative ideas in visual imagery, explore creativity and link to the needs of the media make-up industry. The course will prepare students to engage and work as artistic practitioners across a broad range of artistic makeup, including a variety of TV and media environments, theatre and photographic sectors, as well as preparing them to be an independent practitioner/artist. With the exciting new developments occurring in the world of TV, Manchester is set to become an exhilarating and innovative media city. Make-up artists in this region are highly sought after due to the new BBC multi Media City at Salford Quays and the redevelopment of ITVs Granada Studios which also provide our learners with excellent opportunities to gain significant work experience. In addition, we have a year long placement available for MUTV (Manchester united television) providing outstanding... [-]
The programme is designed to offer students who have successfully completed the foundation degree, or a similar course in make-up, the opportunity to obtain the award of an honors degree. [+]
The programme is designed to offer students who have successfully completed the foundation degree, or a similar course in make-up, the opportunity to obtain the award of an honors degree.
The course comprises of a range of core modules designed to further extend key skills, attributes and advance technical ability in the art of make-up transformation. These modules are further complemented by fashion and media specialist modules.
The course aims to produce professional make-up artists who are equipped with all the skills to adapt and respond to the challenging demands of the make-up industry. ... [-]