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This programme provides an opportunity for students to develop the full potential of a practice-based project proposal either as research or professional preparation by combining traditional and contemporary media in their chosen area of interest. Read more
This programme provides an opportunity for students to develop the full potential of a practice-based project proposal either as research or professional preparation by combining traditional and contemporary media in their chosen area of interest.

It is designed to enable access to a range of subject disciplines, workshops and expertise provided by practitioners and researchers who contribute to teaching, alongside guest speakers.

Based on a balance between theory and practice, our School offers students a wide range of specialist areas and facilities in Jewellry Design and Accessories, Textiles, Fine Art, Photography, 3D Design and Ceramics. The latter provides extensive facilities including an anagama kiln.

The programme encourages innovation in addition to the refinement of individual skills and practice. It is cumulative in structure, progressing through six compulsory modules.

See the website http://www.lboro.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/programmes/departments/arts/art-design-studio-practice/

Core Modules

Semester 1:
- Proposing Practice
- Research Methods and Methodologies
- Situating Practice

Semester 2:
- Practice, Research and Entrepreneurial Skills
- Exploring Materials, Processes and Techniques

Summer:
Final Project: Students have the option to study the final module at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, Singapore.

Assessment

Assessment is continuous and based on an appraisal of practice, written material, related research, and professional and entrepreneurial skills in relation to the final project outcome(s). All students submit a Final Project Report.

Careers and further study

Our programme is designed to support graduates in gaining the skills required to excel in the creative, industrial and cultural sectors. It equips students for employment in a variety of careers according to their chosen area of study, as well as preparing graduates for research at PhD level.

Why choose Arts, English and Drama at Loughborough?

The School of Arts, English and Drama is renowned as one of the world’s top places for studying the visual, literary and performing arts, offering outstanding opportunities across its wide remit. Each course is designed to inspire talented individuals with the drive and determination to succeed.

We provide many exciting ways to enhance skills, including research-led teaching by recognised international scholars, access to multi-million pound facilities, contact with prominent industry links, and superb entrepreneurial support.

A unique range of post-graduate taught programmes and research opportunities encompass art, design, history, theory, performance, postmedieval literature, linguistics studies.

We offer a unique range of postgraduate taught programmes and research opportunities which encompasses art, design, theory, performance by practice, post-medieval literature, creative writing, linguistics and theatre

- Facilities
Our students have full access to our state-of-the-art facilities, which offer a tantalising number of creative possibilities. They provide industry standard outputs, and you will receive an unparalleled level of professional training in using them.

- Career Prospects
Over 92% of our graduates were in employment and/or further study six months after graduating. Our students develop excellent transferable skills because of the range of topics studied on our courses and the diversity of teaching and learning methods we use.

Find out how to apply here http://www.lboro.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/programmes/departments/arts/art-design-studio-practice/

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Taught by a team of writers, academic experts and special guests, our programme gives you the opportunity to write in a range of genres and forms, whilst choosing what to submit for feedback. Read more
Taught by a team of writers, academic experts and special guests, our programme gives you the opportunity to write in a range of genres and forms, whilst choosing what to submit for feedback. You’ll work on elements of fiction and poetry, as well as genres such as writing for TV and the weird tale. There are also workshops on creative non-fiction such as travel writing, biography and verbatim theatre.

You will receive training in a range of professional skills: how to find an agent, how to run a workshop and how to apply for funding, so you graduate with knowledge of the writing industries, and your place in the sector.

We have writers of TV and radio drama, poetry and fiction on the staff: these are complemented by guests from across the writing industries. You will have an opportunity to take part in workshops, guest readings and open-mic nights on campus, and the department has connections with regional and national literature organisations.

Study areas include fiction, creative non-fiction, commercial genres and the writing industries.

See the website http://www.lboro.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/programmes/departments/arts/creative-writing/

Selection

Based on application form, sample of written work (2,000-4,000 words), CV, personal statement, and confidential reports from two named referees.

Compulsory Modules

Semester 1:
- Departures
- Research Methods
- Perspectives

Semester 2:
- Diversions
- Dissertation

Optional Modules (choose one)

Semester 2:
- Special Subject 2
- Writers and the Writing Industries
- Poetry in the 20th and 21st Centuries

Assessment

Dissertation of 15,000 words. Other modules normally assessed by two 3,000 word essays (20 credits), or by two 4,000 word essays (30 credits), or equivalent.

Careers and further study

Our graduates work in a range of areas including different forms of writing, creative project management to publishing and blogging. Students from this programme are eligible for PhD study in areas that correspond with their Masters experience.

Bursaries and scholarships

All self-funded UK / EU students accepted for a full-time Master’s programme in this Department receive a bursary of 20% of fees.

All self-funded, part-time students receive a bursary of £600 per annum. All self-funded, full-time international students receive a bursary of 20% of international fees.

Modules listed are correct at the time of publication. Changes may be made to the structure and delivery of programmes, but content will remain broadly the same.

Why choose Arts, English and Drama at Loughborough?

The School of Arts, English and Drama is renowned as one of the world’s top places for studying the visual, literary and performing arts, offering outstanding opportunities across its wide remit. Each course is designed to inspire talented individuals with the drive and determination to succeed.

We provide many exciting ways to enhance skills, including research-led teaching by recognised international scholars, access to multi-million pound facilities, contact with prominent industry links, and superb entrepreneurial support.

A unique range of post-graduate taught programmes and research opportunities encompass art, design, history, theory, performance, postmedieval literature, linguistics studies.

We offer a unique range of postgraduate taught programmes and research opportunities which encompasses art, design, theory, performance by practice, post-medieval literature, creative writing, linguistics and theatre

- Facilities
Our students have full access to our state-of-the-art facilities, which offer a tantalising number of creative possibilities. They provide industry standard outputs, and you will receive an unparalleled level of professional training in using them.

- Career Prospects
Over 92% of our graduates were in employment and/or further study six months after graduating. Our students develop excellent transferable skills because of the range of topics studied on our courses and the diversity of teaching and learning methods we use.

Find out how to apply here http://www.lboro.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/programmes/departments/arts/creative-writing/

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This programme aims to develop a specialist approach to graphic design and visualisation through combining traditional and contemporary approaches in the field. Read more
This programme aims to develop a specialist approach to graphic design and visualisation through combining traditional and contemporary approaches in the field.

It will provide the student with opportunities to develop a personalised visual language through visual thinking, expressed in physical and virtual means combining traditional and contemporary media. Theory and practice are intertwined and students express their ideas through the production of written assignments and the production of artefacts, both aligned with their specialist area of interest.

The programme comprises six modules offering a range of learning experiences and staff access that allows for: project proposal development; situating practice in a wider context; research methodologies; experimentation with materials, processes and techniques; developing entrepreneurial skills; all realised through a final project phase.

The combination of directed study, technical support and independent learning enables the culmination of all this to be tailored towards supporting future career aspirations.

See the website http://www.lboro.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/programmes/departments/arts/graphic-design/

Careers and further study

The universal demand for graphical knowledge and increasing emphasis on visualising complexity across diverse fields provides a vast range of career choices for graduates. Depending on individual aspirations, students evolve their practical, historical and theoretical interests for a career in industry or academic research through PhD study.

Why choose Arts, English and Drama at Loughborough?

The School of Arts, English and Drama is renowned as one of the world’s top places for studying the visual, literary and performing arts, offering outstanding opportunities across its wide remit. Each course is designed to inspire talented individuals with the drive and determination to succeed.

We provide many exciting ways to enhance skills, including research-led teaching by recognised international scholars, access to multi-million pound facilities, contact with prominent industry links, and superb entrepreneurial support.

A unique range of post-graduate taught programmes and research opportunities encompass art, design, history, theory, performance, postmedieval literature, linguistics studies.

We offer a unique range of postgraduate taught programmes and research opportunities which encompasses art, design, theory, performance by practice, post-medieval literature, creative writing, linguistics and theatre

- Facilities
Our students have full access to our state-of-the-art facilities, which offer a tantalising number of creative possibilities. They provide industry standard outputs, and you will receive an unparalleled level of professional training in using them.

- Career Prospects
Over 92% of our graduates were in employment and/or further study six months after graduating. Our students develop excellent transferable skills because of the range of topics studied on our courses and the diversity of teaching and learning methods we use.

Find out how to apply here http://www.lboro.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/programmes/departments/arts/graphic-design/

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This innovative and pioneering post-graduate programme enables students to explore and push the boundaries of animation in the public, private and charitable services. Read more
This innovative and pioneering post-graduate programme enables students to explore and push the boundaries of animation in the public, private and charitable services. This programme is cross-disciplinary, offering areas of study within the broad heading of health and wellbeing. Including opportunities to learn about animation as therapy, auto-therapeutic animation and assistive animation technology.

Using ‘The Good Hearts Model’ students will have the opportunity to learn how animation is used in the therapeutic process, and applied to a topic of the student’s choice. Auto-therapeutic Animation provides a platform for personal expression, communication and self-exploration. Students will have the possibility to produce a short film based on a personal issue or cause, developing a process and film that empowers them or others by giving voice to their concerns.

Assistive Animation technology, students will identify a pertinent issue in the wider social arena producing a publicly mediated outcome, allowing students to explore how animation, design and its processes can be used in an assistive way for services or impactful visual purpose.

See the website http://www.lboro.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/programmes/departments/arts/animation-for-health-and-wellbeing/

Assessment

Assessment is continuous and based on an appraisal of practice, written material, related research, and professional and entrepreneurial skills in relation to the final project outcome(s). All students submit a Final Project Report.

Careers and further study

This programme is designed to develop specialist knowledge and expertise to work in animation and across disciplines. On successful completion students are eligible to apply for PhD study.

Why choose Arts, English and Drama at Loughborough?

The School of Arts, English and Drama is renowned as one of the world’s top places for studying the visual, literary and performing arts, offering outstanding opportunities across its wide remit. Each course is designed to inspire talented individuals with the drive and determination to succeed.

We provide many exciting ways to enhance skills, including research-led teaching by recognised international scholars, access to multi-million pound facilities, contact with prominent industry links, and superb entrepreneurial support.

A unique range of post-graduate taught programmes and research opportunities encompass art, design, history, theory, performance, postmedieval literature, linguistics studies.

We offer a unique range of postgraduate taught programmes and research opportunities which encompasses art, design, theory, performance by practice, post-medieval literature, creative writing, linguistics and theatre

- Facilities
Our students have full access to our state-of-the-art facilities, which offer a tantalising number of creative possibilities. They provide industry standard outputs, and you will receive an unparalleled level of professional training in using them.

- Career Prospects
Over 92% of our graduates were in employment and/or further study six months after graduating. Our students develop excellent transferable skills because of the range of topics studied on our courses and the diversity of teaching and learning methods we use.

Find out how to apply here http://www.lboro.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/programmes/departments/arts/animation-for-health-and-wellbeing/

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This programme is designed to improve the effectiveness of Industrial Designers within industry. It is beneficial for both recent graduates and current practitioners in advancing their core design knowledge and specialist skills to a higher level. Read more
This programme is designed to improve the effectiveness of Industrial Designers within industry. It is beneficial for both recent graduates and current practitioners in advancing their core design knowledge and specialist skills to a higher level.

It aims to further develop critical awareness of major industrial design practice, increasing your input and value to current and potential employers. You will also develop skills in producing a balanced portfolio of high quality designs and innovative thinking which will enable you to deal with complex and interrelated issues both analytically and creatively.

Areas covered include:
-Sketching, visual layouts, presentation techniques, qualitative and quantitative design research methods, Enterprise & Business, Design for Behaviour Change, Collaborative Design
-Creating product design briefs, project management, advanced CAD application and design practice
-Culminating in a 60 credit Industrial Design Major Project that provides an opportunity to integrate all of the appropriate elements

The programme also provides you with the exciting opportunity to enter an international design competition as well as participation in industry supported projects.

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This programme is designed to help you develop your critical awareness of major issues in interaction and user experience design. Read more
This programme is designed to help you develop your critical awareness of major issues in interaction and user experience design.

This programme was formerly named Interaction Design and has been renamed User Experience Design to better represent its content.

It aims to improve your effectiveness as a designer within industry and is beneficial to both recent graduates and those currently working within industry, advancing your knowledge and specialist skills to a higher level.

Loughborough Design School offers a unique combination of design and specialist human factors teaching which equips students with core Human Computer Interaction (HCI) and User Experience (UX) design skills. The content of the programme therefore enables you to develop your skills and competencies in both the creative and/or analytical aspects of User Experience whilst working on a diverse range of projects.

Key skills that you will develop include user experience design principles and practice, qualitative and quantitative design research methods, interactive screen based prototyping, usability testing, principles of sustainable business, enterprise and entrepreneurship, service and social design, team working and project management.

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