"My classmates are all from different cultures and backgrounds from all around the world, so it also helps me to learn more about others."
HND Fashion & Textiles
A part-time Fashion illustration course where we encourage creativity and try a different approach to drawing so people with different skill levels can participate. You will start from understanding lines and gradually building up the all figure playing with clothes and accessories and balancing everything using the right volume and space. After the first period you will finally use colours experimenting different techniques and media, looking at the Masters of Fashion illustration and supported by staff who are practicing professional with more than 10 years of expertise in higher education. In the final part of this course you will be able to develop your own style and present it in a portfolio of illustrations.
|KEY COURSE INFORMATION- PART-TIME|
Wednesday, 18:30 to 21:30
January, March, May
|KEY COURSE INFORMATION- FULL-TIME|
Mon-Fri, 10:00 to 15:00
June, July, August
HOW IS THE COURSE TAUGHT
The learning and teaching strategy of the postgraduate degree is underpinned by current research as well as the requirements of professional practice and reflects the learning outcomes of the course.
The learning and teaching strategy will incorporate a variety of teaching and learning methods such as:
This consists in a daily interaction with the tutors that through feedback help the students to adopt a critical appraisal of their own learning experience, and helps them assess their own performance in relation to the learning outcomes set for each element of study.
These are formal assessments and are a means of gauging trainee learning, at a particular point in time, relative to established marking criteria (Learning Outcomes). Summative assessments can occur during as well as at the end of each unit on specific evidence of trainee work
Practical and class-based projects:
Allow students to apply their theoretical understanding of a specific subject area.
Is used to assess a variety of projects that have been developed throughout the unit and contained within a single folder or portfolio. Portfolio assessment could take a variety of formats depending on the subject and stipulated by the tutor.
Presentations are used in some subjects to allow students to develop their creative, professional communication and presentation skills, formalising their arguments in a critical manner. When giving presentations students are actively encouraged to embrace new technologies and media in an innovative way where appropriate.
Develop critical understanding of the current issues and challenges associated with an interior design store project
Critically evaluate various theoretical concepts and approaches to an interior design store project.
Be able to define a clear and precise concept for an Interior Design Store Project and implement effective strategies that link the buying process and the store planning.
Develop an interior design project with technical details and use communication and presentation skills appropriate to theoretical and practical outcomes in order to articulate complex ideas.
Graduates will have the opportunity to progress their careers in a range of areas in interior design, architectural and spatial design, branding and creative industries such as Interior Designer, project consultancy or project management.
In the school we have a Career and Employability Service who can help you and guide you.
Should you wish to continue your education, you may progress onto a PhD or PGCE course upon successful completion of the MA.
HND Fashion & Textiles
Joshep Richard Bagnall
Foundation in Art & Design
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