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Drawing

Drawing is at the very heart of contemporary creative thinking. On this course, you will explore drawing as an extension of thinking.

Drawing has boundless possibilities – it can communicate thoughts, ideas, abstract concepts and can exist in diverse forms such as­­ sculpture, surface, installation, film, performance and digital. By its very nature it is positioned at the heart of contemporary practice.

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Fine Art

Be part of an exciting, multi-discipline Fine Art course, set within our dynamic culture of making in our purpose-built studios.

This course is no longer receiving applications for 2018 for UK and EU applicants, due to high demand. You might be interested in our BA (Hons) Drawing or BA (Hons) Photography courses, which are still accepting applications. 

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Graphic Design

Graphic design is about communicating to inform, educate, entertain, and persuade.

Experimentation and discovery are important values on this course. There’s no ‘right answer’ and you’ll be supported to find your own path as you learn more skills.

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Illustration

Illustration is a way of seeing and understanding the world. You’ll discover how to connect and communicate with different audiences across a range of platforms.

This course is no longer receiving applications for 2018 for UK and EU applicants, due to high demand. You might be interested in our BA (Hons) DrawingBA (Hons) Graphic Design or BA (Hons) Visual Communication courses, which are still accepting applications. 

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Visual Communication

From the icons on your smartphone to the signs in an airport, from the logo on a cola to the type on your favourite magazine, visual communications play a powerful part in shaping our choices.

Looking to start in 2018? This course is still open for applications. You can make your application through UCAS

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Fine Art

“Why do I do this and you do that?”

MA Fine Art is an opportunity to look at the familiar with a fresh, perhaps oblique perspective in order to explore how “detour” permits “access”(Jullien 2004) to more subtle yet more complex interpretations. What constitutes a meaningful and useful research methodology in one culture may be considered unknown, unnecessary or redundant in another.

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Graphic Design

The MA Graphic Design course encourages designers to explore ways of developing understanding between co-communicators.

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Illustration

Our MA Illustration Course encourages you to question the nature of your practice and its context and position relative to the creative industries.

The course allows you to further refine your creative identity, offering a bridge between HE and professional illustration practice. It offers a great opportunity for creative professionals to return to university in order to reflect upon their creative practice and change direction.

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