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  Creative Practice (Graduate Diploma) with pathways in Fashion, Graphics, Illustration, Product and Interior Design

Kingston University    Kingston School of Art

Full time September PGDip, Other 1 year full time
Creative Arts & Design (9)

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Unleash your creative potential with the Creative Practice (Graduate Diploma) programme at Kingston School of Art. Tailored for graduates aiming to excel in practice-based MA courses, this course offers pathways in Fashion, Graphics, Illustration, Product, and Interior Design. Dive into live projects to hone your technical skills, flexible thinking, and multi-disciplinary approaches. The supportive community at Kingston encourages collaborative work and critical practice, fostering a dynamic learning environment. With a strong emphasis on building a robust portfolio, you'll develop your creative strengths and prepare for postgraduate study. The programme structure includes two 30-credit modules and one 60-credit module, culminating in 120 credits. Entry requirements welcome applicants with a 2:2 or above honours degree in a creative arts discipline, or relevant experience showcasing necessary skills. Join Kingston School of Art to unlock your potential and pave the way for a successful career in the global design community.

About the course

This course is ideal if you already have a bachelors degree and wish to progress onto one of Kingston School of Art's practice-based MA courses.

The outcome is to build a strong portfolio of relevant project work which will demonstrate your developing intellectual and practical strengths.

Projects are designed to help you develop creative and flexible thinking, sound technical skills and an understanding of the need for a variety of approaches to any given subject or brief.

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Entry Requirements

A 2:2 or above honours degree or equivalent qualification in a creative arts or non-related discipline.
Applicants with relevant experience but not necessarily the qualifications or disciplinary background identified above, and who demonstrate the necessary skills and intellectual achievement needed to undertake the course will also be considered.
All applicants invited for an interview are required to present a portfolio of work.

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