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Programme Overview

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UCAS Code // W453 
Duration // 2 Years, Full-time
Fee // £7,500 (per year)
COURSE CODE // AADF2X17XA

Awarded by The University of Chichester (*Subject to validation)

 

Applications for this course should be made through UCAS until clearing opens on the 5 July 2022. From this date you should apply directly to the College.

INSTITUTION CODE // E32

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About the Course

You will gain an insight into the fast-paced and diverse world of media make-up and associated special make-up effects. You will develop the skills and knowledge required through practical sessions and theory, through art and contextual studies in theatrical, special effects make-up, prosthetics and hair styling, specialising in your chosen pathway.
Please note: A risk assessment is required for those who are pregnant or suffer from asthma.

Entry Requirements

Two A-Levels in a Media or Art based subject and a range of GCSEs grade 9-4 (A*-C) or Level 3 Theatrical Make-Up qualification, plus a portfolio of creative work.

Programme Structure

Professional Development // Contextual Studies // Individual Project (Pearson-set) // Techniques & Processes // Media Practices // Material Practices // Visual Narratives // Fashion Collection // Professional Practice // Applied Practice Collaborative Project (Pearson-set) // Practice Studies Specialist Unit // Conceptual Practice // Material Selection & Specification // Trend Forecasting

Assessment

At the end of each unit, there is a summative practical assessment and hand in of research project associated with the brief. All work for each summative assessment will be professionally photographed and one to one tutorial on completed work.

Where can it lead?

Progression to a BA (Hons) Top-up Degree or into work within the theatre, film, TV and advertising industries as: Make-Up Artist for commercial, advertising and editorial work; body painter or face painter and any areas of media that incorporate make-up artistry and hairdressing.

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