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This innovative programme will prepare you for graduate level opportunities in the creative industries across London and beyond. On this course you will 'own' your learning journey, and develop as an independent learner. As well as focusing on a distinct creative pathway (fashion design, illustration, fine art or digital media design) you will develop a range of important study skills such as self-reflection and research. You will work on live projects which will enable you to develop employment-based skills such as project management, networking and event planning. *Subject to validation.
The validating body for this course is the University of East London
Please note: If you succesfully completed a level three course at LSC in 2017-18 and want to progress to an HE course then you don't need to complete a UCAS application. Use the 'Apply' button to apply direct to the College.
Aims of the course
To enable students to work in the growing fashion media and arts industries.
- Visual Research
- Critical and Contextual Studies
- Specialist Practice
- Negotiate Project
- Motion Graphics Production
- Digital Art (Sound and Moving Image)
- Art in Advertising
- Experimental Materials and Sustainable Fashion
- Avant Garde Accessories
- Collaborative Tailoring Project with Saville Row
- Art and Design: Interdisciplinary Studio Practice
- Drawing Systems and Visual Communications
- Site-specific 'Experimental' Commission
- Final Major Project
You may choose to 'top up' your qualification to gain a full Honours degree, or you may decide to go directly into employment.
After successful completion of this course you will be equipped to work in a graduate-level role within the creative industries.
To apply for this course you must be aged 18 or over on or before the 31st August 2018 Entry requirements GCSE at grade A*-C (9-4) in English language and maths and a Level 3 qualification achieved at Certificate or Diploma level. For mature students (aged 21 or over) without these qualifications, relevant industry experience may also be considered. Applicants for whom English is not their first language need a minimum IELTS score of 6.0 or a nationally recognised equivalent.
You'll learn at our £41m state-of-the-art Southwark campus which offers an innovative learning environment and specialised art and design studios.
Process for Application
Apply via UCAS here: https://www.ucas.com/students