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This 28-week course is designed to equip students with the academic skills and subject knowledge needed to progress on to study at undergraduate level. You’ll develop a unique portfolio of work throughout the course, helping you to progress onto a degree in any creative subject.
The first stage covers the key areas of business, management and creative practices as well as core concepts in art, design and media. You’ll learn the theoretical knowledge and debates surrounding these disciplines and the historical and international contexts which underpin them.
This stage builds on the key research, analytical and reflective skills built in Stage 1 via a live project based on the creative and design industries. Students will also have the opportunity to explore specialist areas of study and focus on your chosen path within the creative arts.
Students undertake a self-directed, specialist project which will synthesise and conclude their newly learned knowledge. The Final Major Project consists of three units which include advanced language and study skills needed for progression onto an LCCA design or creative business undergraduate degree.
Introduction to Creative Business & Management
English for Academic Purposes, Research & Study Skills
Marketing, Communication & Branding
Exploring Practices: Process, Materials & Techniques
Investigating Specialist Practice
Final Major Project
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