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Applications for 2018/19 entry for this course are open to Home/EU applicants only. Applications for 2019/20 entry will open in Autumn 2018.
This section includes information on how to apply, course entry requirements and selection criteria.
Applications for 2018/19 entry will open in Autumn 2017.
Both Home/EU and international students can apply for this course using our online application form – the link to this is below. Before you apply, we recommend you take some time to read the following details about the application process, including guidance on the extra information we will ask you to provide.
Alternatively, international applicants can apply through an overseas representative in your country.
You will need to enter the following information in the online application form:
- Personal details (including full name; date of birth; nationality; permanent address and English language level)
- Current and/or previous education and qualification details
- Employment history
Before you can submit the form, you’ll also need to agree to the terms and conditions for how we process your data – these are explained in the form.
Please note, if you’re an international applicant we will need to contact you separately to ask for copies of certain documents (for example, English language qualification/certificate and copies of any previous UK study visas).
Extra information required for applications to this course
When you are submitting your application form, you will also need to provide the following pieces of documentation in support of your application:
You will be required to submit a Curriculum Vitae (C.V.) in support of your application. This should include your full education and employment history.
The personal statement is your opportunity to tell us about yourself and your suitability for the course that you intend to study.
Some key points to consider:
- Make sure that personal statement is your own work and is about you.
- Explain why you want to study the course you are applying to.
- Try to link your skills and experience required to the course.
- Demonstrate your interest and enthusiasm for the course and link these with your personality.
- Make sure it is organised and literate (grammar, spelling, punctuation check).
You will need to submit a review (250 words) on a piece of Fashion Media Production that you feel to be relevant or compelling.
Your study proposal should be no more than 500 words (excluding research sources, bibliography and appendices).
- state briefly the background for the proposal;
- determine the area of study;
- set out clearly and concisely what your aims and objectives are for the period of study;
- refer to critical discourses that may underpin your practice and how your work may contribute to these;
- state your intended methodology and audience/ location;
- this should include how you intend to conduct your project and who you intend to address.
Your study proposal should have the following structure:
Introduce your work. Briefly outline recent developments prior to application. Describe the anticipated programme of study in detail, demonstrating your knowledge of the historical and contemporary context of your area of study. Focus on specific areas or issues that underpin and frame your proposal.
Programme of study
Outline the sequence of practical, theoretical and visual research that you intend to follow. This will be vital to your programme of study in the development stage in which the Study Proposal will progress and take shape. For example, describe in detail the facts that you need to collect and refer to possible consultations. (Advice and support will be offered by tutors on the course). Any supporting material should appear in the Appendices at the end of the proposal.
Evaluate your work to date. Draw any conclusions you are able to make. Identify what you feel are your strengths and areas for development, and how you intend to manage this.
Give details of libraries, museums, galleries, agencies, and special archives that you have visited as part of your research towards this proposal.
Keep a full record of all original and documentary material consulted. List appropriate reading material using the Harvard Referencing System.
Insert any additional material that you consider relevant but not part of the core of the study proposal. This could include notebooks, drawings, and additional research material.
Please submit a digital portfolio. with a maximum of 30 images that you consider would help support your application. Submit your portfolio via the university’s digital portfolio tool, PebblePad; Further details will be sent to you after you have submitted your application. Please label and present any visual work with care, including dates and captions.