Home/EU: £8,500. International: £17,920. Home/EU alumni receive a £1,000 discount.
17 November 2016
Learn how to use your journalism, photography, digital or new media practices to feed the fashion industry's need for multi-skilled media creatives.
Characterised by a multi-disciplinary, holistic ethos, MA Fashion Media Production aims to stimulate and cultivate fashion communicators of the twenty first century. Reflecting a shift in the fashion industries demands for multi-skilled creatives, this course bridges a gap between primary disciplines such as journalism and photography as well as encompassing digital and new media practices to encourage reflective practice, fresh responses and innovative solutions within Fashion Media Production.
As future fashion podcasters, film-makers, web-site editors or creators, fashion forecasters, broadcasters, stylists or sound artists, you will work with a repertoire of communicative and interpretive tools including text, image, sound, film and digital technology to question industry conventions, processes and practices.
MA Fashion Media Production will be an industry facing course and aims to incorporate a range of professional practitioners within its units. You will be encouraged to combine your course with industry placements appropriate to your study.
Industry has been consulted on the development of this course. An industry consultation panel, consisted of e-journalists Hilary Alexander and Marianne Buckley.
15 months level 7 180 credits
Fashion Media Laboratory (40 credits) Research Methods (20 credits)
Digital Concept and Strategy (40 units) Collaborative Unit (20 credits)