Online Master's Degree in Design in the United Kingdom

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Online Master's Degree in Design in the United Kingdom

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Master (MA) Interior Design

Interactive Design Institute
Online Full time Part time February 2017 United Kingdom Musselburgh

The MA Interior Design course from the University of Hertfordshire, taught online by IDI, gives you an ideal opportunity to improve your chances of a building a successful career in the interior design industry, either [+]

Online Masters in Design in the United Kingdom. The MA Interior Design course will give you the opportunity to greatly improve your chances of working towards a successful career in the interior design and/or the interior architecture industry, both in the UK and internationally. You will gain valuable in-depth knowledge about designing interiors in an international context. A master’s level qualification will also stand out on your CV and will be likely to prove to prospective employers that you have what it takes to succeed. The MA Interior Design course is delivered 100% online by IDI and is fully accredited by the University of Hertfordshire, one of the UK’s top universities. Your degree certificate will be from the university with no mention of distance learning. Studying with IDI, you will be encouraged to push the boundaries and experiment with your practice. This will enable you to put together an impressive portfolio with one-to-one guidance and tuition from our subject specialist tutors. Working fully online, you will also be encouraged to use IDI’s online study website, IDI-Study, to work individually at times that suit you. What Does the Course Involve? The MA Interior Design course focuses on international design with a particular focus on interior architecture. You will consider interiors within the context of art and design practice in general, and as relevant to your own individual practice and interest. Your tutors will closely guide you throughout your studies to enable you to: Expand your knowledge, skills and expertise by engaging with techniques that are new to you and methods and media you are unfamiliar with Develop an entrepreneurial approach to your practice and demonstrate professionalism throughout your studies and beyond Become proficient in accounting for the technical specifications and material considerations of interior architecture and design projects Create a professional portfolio that will represent your professionalism and skills relevant to master’s study Research and Creative Industry Modules You will initially be required to study common modules alongside students from a variety of disciplines on the Postgraduate Art and Design programme. However, you will be encouraged to approach these modules from the aspect of your own interior design practice and you will have the opportunity to share your knowledge with your fellow students in online collaborative projects. The common modules are: Postgraduate Study in Context Research and Practice Creative Industries: Global Perspectives Critical Studies Creative Industries: Business Perspectives Creative Industries: Professional Presentations As well as the common modules listed above, you will be required to take the following modules that will focus on your own practice: Practice 1: Art and Design Practice 2: Art and Design Major Study During Practice 1 and 2 you will develop your proposal for your Major Study project, which will demonstrate everything you have learned during the entirety of your postgraduate studies. Entry Requirements To be eligible to enter the Postgraduate Art and Design Programme you would normally have an honours degree (2:2 or above) in a field relevant to interior design or interior architecture. If you do not have a degree, you will need to show you have appropriate professional experience and skills to benefit from the course. We may also take into account accredited prior learning (APL) or accredited prior experiential learning (APEL). If your degree is in a different field, you will need appropriate knowledge, skills or experience in the field you wish to study, or be able to show that you are prepared for intensive new learning. In all cases you will need to demonstrate, through a portfolio and personal statement, your preparedness for study at postgraduate level. Once you apply, you will have access to our online Admissions area, where a member of the Admissions team will advise and guide you through the application process. Applying is free of charge and after applying, you are not committed to enrolling on the Postgraduate Programme or paying any fees. English Language If your first language is not English, IELTS 6.5 or equivalent is required. Contact us for further details. This programme is subject to the university's Principles, Policies, Regulations and Procedures for the Admission of Students to Undergraduate and Taught Postgraduate Programmes and will take account of university policy and guidelines for assessing accredited prior certificated learning (APCL) and accredited prior experiential learning (APEL). If you require any more information or have any questions, please fill out  this form. It will take you approximately 45 seconds to complete. [-]

Master (MA) Illustration - Visual Communication

Interactive Design Institute
Online Full time Part time February 2017 United Kingdom Musselburgh

Adding an MA qualification to your CV is a great way to differentiate yourself in what is a very competitive industry. You can now study for an MA in Illustration (Visual Communication) from the University of [+]

As Illustration is a very competitive career, it can be difficult to differentiate your work from the work of others and make yourself stand out as a professional. Gaining a respected illustration qualification is a fantastic way to this and studying at this level will also provide you with new knowledge and skills that will be of great benefit to your practice. On the MA Illustration (Visual Communication) course, accredited by the University of Hertfordshire and delivered 100% online by IDI, you can achieve an internationally recognised UK qualification while working on your illustration portfolio with expert one-to-one tuition and guidance from our subject specialist tutors.   What will you learn on the online MA Illustration (Visual Communication) course? We believe that studying online requires students to receive more support, not less. You will have access to our specialist study website, IDI-Study, where your tutors will provide you with one-to-one tuition and feedback so that you never feel isolated in your studies online. All learning is asynchronous with no real-time lectures or exams so you will also be encouraged to pursue your individual practice at times that suit you using the quality resources that are available to you through your personal online studio. Through a combination of individual tuition and personal study you will: Be encouraged to develop your own unique visual voice through extensive experimentation and intellectual engagement with the illustrative process Learn about the history of illustration and explore contemporary illustration practice Explore the social, cultural, aesthetic, technological, ethical and global themes of contemporary illustration Be encouraged to experiment with your practical work and be open to exploring a varied range of processes and media On completion of the course you will have developed an ambitious and cohesive portfolio that will be representative of all the intellectual and practical skills you have acquired over the duration of the postgraduate programme.   Research and Creative Industries Modules You will be required to study common modules as part of the Postgraduate Art and Design programme to give you a rounded understanding of the design process and the creative industries. Studying online alongside IDI master's students from other design related disciplines on the Postgraduate Art and Design programme, you will complete modules in: Postgraduate Study in Context Research and Practice Creative Industries: Global Perspectives Critical Studies Creative Industries: Business Perspectives Creative Industries: Professional Presentations As well as the core modules on the Postgraduate Art and Design programme listed above, you will be required to take the following Illustration (Visual Communication) specific modules that will focus on your own practice: Practice 1: Art and Design Practice 2: Art and Design Major Study During Practice 1 and 2 you will develop your proposal for your Major Study project, which will demonstrate everything you have learned during the entirety of your postgraduate studies.   Entry Requirements To be eligible to enter the Postgraduate Art and Design Programme you would normally have an honours degree (2:2 or above) in a field relevant to illustration. If you do not have a degree, you will need to show you have appropriate professional experience and skills to benefit from the course. We may also take into account accredited prior learning (APL) or accredited prior experiential learning (APEL). If your degree is in a different field, you will need appropriate knowledge, skills or experience in the field you wish to study, or be able to show that you are prepared for intensive new learning. In all cases you will need to demonstrate, through a portfolio and personal statement, your preparedness for study at postgraduate level. Once you apply, you will have access to our online Admissions area, where a member of the Admissions team will advise and guide you through the application process. Applying is free of charge and after applying, you are not committed to enrolling on the Postgraduate Programme or paying any fees. English Language If your first language is not English, IELTS 6.5 or equivalent is required. Contact us for further details. This programme is subject to the university's Principles, Policies, Regulations and Procedures for the Admission of Students to Undergraduate and Taught Postgraduate Programmes and will take account of university policy and guidelines for assessing accredited prior certificated learning (APCL) and accredited prior experiential learning (APEL). If you require any more information or have any questions, please fill out  this form . It will take you approximately 45 seconds to complete. [-]

Online Masters Degree in Photography

Flexible Learning with Falmouth University
Online Part time January 2017 United Kingdom Cornwall

Study with talented practitioners in photography on an international scale Be part of a global community of like-minded professionals [+]

Online Masters in Design in the United Kingdom. Course overview This course will equip you with the knowledge, understanding and skills to meaningfully engage with a technologically and socially evolving medium, and succeed within the increasingly complex and competitive creative industries. Throughout the course you will realise the potential of your own ideas and practice by locating your individual specialism within the creative industries, enabling you to succeed and make significant contributions within a range of professional contexts. This course brings together talented practitioners on an international scale with the ambition to succeed, innovate and lead, allowing for the dynamic cross pollination of approaches in photography and exploration of critical perspectives. On successful completion of this course, in addition to having an internationally recognised postgraduate qualification, you will have an individual, or group of, sophisticated projects of a publishable standard that you will be able to use as the foundation to take you to the next stage in your career and sustain your practice beyond. Level: 7 Duration: 2 years Mode of study: Flexible learning Who is this course for? The aim of this course is to enhance the creative, critical and professional skills of practitioners who are at an early stage in their careers, as well as to give those who have already established themselves within the professional arena an opportunity to interrogate their practice and deepen the quality and sophistication of their creative output. It is designed to accommodate a broad range of practitioners, from those who use photography to question the world around them to those whose practice interrogates the medium itself. Typical applicants may be working as photojournalists, critics in photography, curators, freelancers, or business or studio owners. Course content You will need to complete four 30-credit modules and one 60-credit project (180 credits in total). Positions and practice 30 credits Informing contexts 30 credits Surfaces and strategies 30 credits Sustainable prospects 30 credits Final major project 60 credits Assessments Coursework assessment with no formal examinations Projects, individual reports and live online presentations How you study You may choose to: Study entirely online without attending any face-to-face workshops Study online and attend optional residential workshops, held biannually at various locations such as the UK, USA, Asia or the Middle East. A typical workshop will start on Friday and end on Monday. Workshops are organised to coincide with major festivals and events. Falmouth will aim to provide information regarding these residential opportunities around 4 months in advance so that you have plenty of time to arrange attendance. Attendance is strongly encouraged although not compulsory. Learning activities There will be guided learning activities consisting of: Concise online presentations to introduce key concepts Small group and class discussions and crits to facilitate interaction and dialogue Online critiques to test assumptions, ideas and to receive feedback from peers and tutors Individual and group tutorials throughout the course Independent study Self-evaluation and peer feedback Financing your studies You can take advantage of: Falmouth Flexible Scholarship: Maximum £3,300 per eligible student Alumni discount (15% to Falmouth alumni) Please check application deadlines for scholarships. For more information about these scholarships and other financial assistance, please call us on +44 (0)1223 447713 How to apply For full details of how to apply please visit our website www.flexible.falmouth.ac.uk Submit a copy of your first degree certificate or Level 6 equivalent qualification and your IELTS/TOEFL certificate if English is not your first language Submit a description of your experience, motivations for studying the course, how you believe it will develop your career and aspirations Submit a project proposal which will outline the areas of interest and research objectives that you intend to explore and pursue during the course. All applications are considered on an individual basis. Invitations for online interviews may be made on an evaluation of your application. Late applications may be considered if places are available. Please contact us for FREE advice. Call 0800 5999123 or +44 (0)1223 447713 [-]

Master (MA) Photography - Visual Communication

Interactive Design Institute
Online Full time Part time February 2017 United Kingdom Musselburgh

Adding an MA from one of the UK’s leading universities to your CV makes sense when you are competing for photography commissions, exhibitions and employment opportunities or looking to advance your career. A master's degree [+]

In an industry full of amateurs, adding a master’s in Photography (Visual Communication) to your CV can be invaluable in proving you have the necessary skills to take on commissions and contracts, exhibit your work and gain employment. A master’s degree from the University of Hertfordshire, delivered 100% online by IDI, will not only prove your professionalism, but will also enable you to learn about different approaches to your photography practice. At the end of the course, as well as an MA in Photography (Visual Communication), you will have a portfolio that will represent your individual talent and a well rounded knowledge of the contemporary photography industry. What does the Course Involve? Over the duration of the MA Photography (Visual Communication) course, you will learn about the photography industry in a global context and within the context of art and design practice in general. You will also consider photography as relevant to your own individual practice and interest with a particular focus on one genre, for example, fine art contemporary photography, documentary photography, photojournalism, editorial photography, fashion photography or contemporary advertising photography. Over the duration of the course you will: Experiment with new techniques and develop a thoughtful and creative approach to image making Sustain a body of work, for example, a collection of work for exhibition, a photo book project or photographs to be included in a multimedia storytelling documentary Work towards creating an in-depth and cohesive portfolio Learn about the history and contemporary practice of photography and integrate the theory you have learned into your own practice Research and Creative Industries Modules As part of the Postgraduate Art and Design programme you will be required to study common modules alongside postgraduate students from a variety of related disciplines. However, you will be encouraged to approach these modules from the aspect of your own photography practice and to share your knowledge of this industry with the rest of your cohort within online discussions. The common modules are: Postgraduate Study in Context Research and Practice Creative Industries: Global Perspectives Critical Studies Creative Industries: Business Perspectives Creative Industries: Professional Presentations In addition to the common modules listed above, you will be required to take the following modules that will focus on your own photography practice: Practice 1: Art and Design Practice 2: Art and Design Major Study During Practice 1 and 2 you will develop your proposal for your Major Study project, which will demonstrate everything you have learned during the entirety of your postgraduate studies. Entry Requirements To be eligible to enter the Postgraduate Art and Design Programme you would normally have an honours degree (2:2 or above) in a field relevant to photography. If you do not have a degree, you will need to show you have appropriate professional experience and skills to benefit from the course. We may also take into account accredited prior learning (APL) or accredited prior experiential learning (APEL). If your degree is in a different field, you will need appropriate knowledge, skills or experience in the field you wish to study, or be able to show that you are prepared for intensive new learning. In all cases you will need to demonstrate, through a portfolio and personal statement, your preparedness for study at postgraduate level. Once you apply, you will have access to our online Admissions area, where a member of the Admissions team will advise and guide you through the application process. Applying is free of charge and after applying, you are not committed to enrolling on the Postgraduate Programme or paying any fees. English Language If your first language is not English, IELTS 6.5 or equivalent is required. Contact us for further details. This programme is subject to the university's Principles, Policies, Regulations and Procedures for the Admission of Students to Undergraduate and Taught Postgraduate Programmes and will take account of university policy and guidelines for assessing accredited prior certificated learning (APCL) and accredited prior experiential learning (APEL). If you require any more information or have any questions, please fill out this form. It will take you approximately 45 seconds to complete.   [-]

Master (MA) Graphic Communication

Interactive Design Institute
Online Full time Part time February 2017 United Kingdom Musselburgh

Building on your existing qualifications and experience, studying for a master's degree can give you an edge over other graphic designers in a highly competitive market. [+]

Online Masters in Design in the United Kingdom. As graphic design is a very popular career choice, you will need all the experience you can get to make sure you stand the best chance of success. A master’s degree will not only look good on your CV, but will also equip you with knowledge and skills that will help you to realise your ambition. On the MA Graphic Communication course, accredited by the University of Hertfordshire and delivered 100% online by IDI, you will be fully supported in developing your practice to master’s level and will graduate with a respected qualification from a top UK university.   What will you learn on the online MA Graphic Communication course? At IDI we believe that students studying online require more support, not less. Our subject specialist tutors will provide you with one-to-one tuition through our secure and easy to use study website, IDI-Study. With a combination of tuition and your own individual study using quality resources within IDI-Study you will: Learn about the theoretical, commercial and philosophical aspects of the graphic design industry Gain an in-depth understanding of the historical, social, cultural, aesthetic, ethical, technological and global themes of contemporary graphic communication practice Engage intellectually with the design process and demonstrate this in your practical work Be encouraged to experiment with your practical work and be open to exploring a varied range of processes and media On completion of the course you will have developed an ambitious and cohesive portfolio that will be representative of all the intellectual and practical skills you have acquired over the duration of the postgraduate programme. Research and Creative Industries Modules You will be required to study common modules as part of the Postgraduate Art and Design programme to give you a rounded understanding of the design process and the creative industries. Studying online alongside IDI students from other design related disciplines on the Postgraduate Art and Design programme, you will complete modules in: Postgraduate Study in Context Research and Practice Creative Industries: Global Perspectives Critical Studies Creative Industries: Business Perspectives Creative Industries: Professional Presentations  As well as the common modules listed above, you will be required to study the following modules that will focus on your own practice: Practice 1: Art and Design Practice 2: Art and Design Major Study During Practice 1 and 2 you will develop your proposal for your Major Study project, which will demonstrate everything you have learned during the entirety of your postgraduate studies. Entry Requirements To be eligible to enter the Postgraduate Art and Design Programme you would normally have an honours degree (2:2 or above) in a field relevant to graphic communication. If you do not have a degree, you will need to show you have appropriate professional experience and skills to benefit from the course. We may also take into account accredited prior learning (APL) or accredited prior experiential learning (APEL). If your degree is in a different field, you will need appropriate knowledge, skills or experience in the field you wish to study, or be able to show that you are prepared for intensive new learning. In all cases you will need to demonstrate, through a portfolio and personal statement, your preparedness for study at postgraduate level. Once you apply, you will have access to our online Admissions area, where a member of the Admissions team will advise and guide you through the application process. Applying is free of charge and after applying, you are not committed to enrolling on the Postgraduate Programme or paying any fees. English Language If your first language is not English, IELTS 6.5 or equivalent is required. Contact us for further details. This programme is subject to the university's Principles, Policies, Regulations and Procedures for the Admission of Students to Undergraduate and Taught Postgraduate Programmes and will take account of university policy and guidelines for assessing accredited prior certificated learning (APCL) and accredited prior experiential learning (APEL). If you require any more information or have any questions, please fill out  this form . It will take you approximately 45 seconds to complete. [-]

MSc Design Management

The Robert Gordon University
Online Part time September 2017 United Kingdom Aberdeen

This postgraduate course in Design Management has been developed to enable you to professionally and knowledgeably manage the design process from inception through to completion [+]

This postgraduate course in Design Management has been developed to enable you to professionally and knowledgeably manage the design process from inception through to completion and beyond. Please note there will be no intake to this course in 2014/15. We recommend you consider the MSc Visualisation in Architecture and Built Environment as an alternative. In the Engineering, Architecture and Construction sector, the number of stakeholders, design and construction teams, and sub-contractors is diverse. Managing projects within these sectors demands accurate communication, continuous collaboration and seamless data exchange between these segmented parties. It is suitable for architects, construction and property professionals and other related disciplines. Developed in close collaboration with industry, our MSc Design Management is continually kept up to date with world-wide developments and professionally focused content in areas such as: - Innovations in design process management - 3D Modelling - Project Data Modelling - Building Information Modelling (BIM) By developing the managerial, technical and interpersonal skills necessary for the management of complex design processes this course enables you to meet the challenge of pursuing your personal and career objectives. Ensuring that on completion of this course you will understand and be able to strategically manage the people, processes and infrastructure associated with the design management process. Entry requirements Applicants should have a good Undergraduate Honours degree. Consideration will also be given to students with extensive professional experience. All international students for whom English is not their first language must provide evidence of linguistic ability, by gaining either IELTS 6.5 or equivalent in TOEFL, prior to receiving an unconditional offer of a place on the course. Please note there will be no intake to this course in 2014/15. Course Fees Distance Learning Part-time - £2,065 Stage 1 (2014 new starts) - £2,065 Stage 2 (2014 new starts) - £1,370 MSc Dissertation stage (2014 new starts) [-]

Master in Knitwear Design

Istituto Marangoni
Online Full time

Aimed at candidates who have previous undergraduate study in fashion design, or undergraduate studies in the field of textiles or proven work experience. [+]

Online Masters in Design in the United Kingdom. Master in Knitwear Design the course Aimed at candidates who have previous undergraduate study in fashion design, or undergraduate studies in the field of textiles or proven work experience. The programme of study is designed to establish the role of specialists in knitwear for fashion, giving students in-depth knowledge of the raw materials, yarn weights and construction techniques, so that they can propose innovative solutions to trends in the specific sector. The presentation of a portfolio demonstrating competence in design and fashion communication or knowledge of the textile world and development of designs, is an important requirement for access to the master’s course. Starting with the study of fibers and moving on to the construction of yarns, participants will learn about the characteristics and ‘behaviour’ of yarns and fabrics, studying the current trends in the fashion industry and the use and historical development of knitting. Through real-world understanding of the industry, the participant will acquire the technical knowledge aimed at creating a collection of knitwear, including knowledge of knitwear, jacquard, pattern stitches, weights and their composition. The subsequent in-depth technical and analytical training students will acquire facilitates the development of contemporary proposals of knitwear and becomes a useful starting-point for the development of a design project for a company in the industry. Towards the end of the course participants will design, with the choice of appropriate yarns, a complete knitwear collection for menswear or womenswear. In the final stage of the course, the experience gained with the companies involved and the research methodologies acquired at the school will allow the candidate to develop a complete portfolio, giving them an opening to apply for professional work as a knitwear designer. opportunities The fashion knitwear designer can work as a freelancer or in one of the many companies that specialise in the production of knitwear, multi-brands or other high-end luxury goods, brands within the ‘Made in Italy’ system. The profession of fashion knitwear designer is highly specialised for the fashion industry and such a professional can easily be placed in fashion forecast studios that study textiles for fashion trends or new developments in yarns. The knowledge and ability to create contemporary and fashionable knitwear, along with the knowledge of the technical characteristics of the raw materials, give the participants an excellent preparation for entry into the world of fashion. learning outcomes acquire knowledge of innovative ways of working in the knitwear sector; autonomously manage the creative impulse, keeping its origins intact and channeling it into the development of knitwear design, in line with global trends in the fashion industry; understand the most innovative software to be able to work with ease in the international fashion system; evaluate and manage a knitwear brand; develop the ability to do specific research for the knitwear industry. course themes properties of knitwear knit for fashion collection building research methods [-]