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MA Visual Communication

  • DeadlineStudy Details:

    MA Part Time: September enrolment: 2 years, including a summer break, January enrolment: 28 months, including two summer breaks, Full Time: September enrolment: 1 year, January enrolment: 16 months, including a summer break.

Course Description

The MA Visual Communication course is about communicating small and big data in visual ways – graphic design, visual communications, infographics.

This specialist programme reflects the dynamic contemporary practices within the creative industries. It stimulates you to create challenging solutions to real-world design issues to create innovators and leaders in the field of visual communication. You identify the key transferable skills to help you create or respond to career opportunities or undertake further research.

You consider branding, graphic design, illustration, marketing, user experience, new media and future technologies – exploring and visually representing important information. You explore scenario building, fore sighting and future proofing as important factors in establishing the direction of your work and potential developments in design, communication and cultural industries.This course prepares you, as a creative individual, for professional practice in developing new business ideas, products, systems and artefacts. And it provides a stimulating environment to support high-level enquiry into emerging and future aspects of creative practice, through individual and collaborative action. You benefit from existing work that staff are doing around interactive technology and social design.

Entry Requirements

Applicants are normally expected to have at least a 2.2 UK honours degree, or equivalent qualification. A range of degree subjects are acceptable including subjects related to arts, design or other creative discipline. We also consider relevant experience or equivalent qualifications. Applicants are normally required to present a portfolio of work. Students with a degree awarded outside the UK must also meet the University’s minimum English language requirements. Non-EU international students who need a student visa to study in the UK should check our web pages on UKVI-compliant English language requirements. The University also provides pre-sessional English language courses if you do not meet the minimum English language requirement.

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Fees

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Student Destinations

When you graduate you have the opportunity to go on to a range of design-related employment, develop new enterprise propositions or receive project funding to take your ideas to market. Further study at doctoral level is also an option.

Module Details

Core modules
Critical Thinking and Theoretical Contexts

Design Research Methods

Enterprising Leadership and Project Management

MA Visual Communication Major Project

Post Digital Practices

Specialist Skills for Visual Communication

Visual Communication and Creative Direction

Modules offered may vary.

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