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BA Fashion Jewellery

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  • Objectives
    All applicants will be expected to demonstrate academic aptitude and a strong interest in pursuing a career in their appropriate sector of the fashion industry. The course seeks to recruit a diversity of applicants and the following attributes are desirable: * Ability to link creativity, practice and technology with an understanding of market opportunities * Strong interest in related fashion product * Innovation as demonstrated in portfolio * Independent thinker * Creative practical and project development skills Prospective applicants should: * Have 2 A Level passes plus passes in 3 other subjects at GCSE Grade C or above including Maths and English or * Preferred subjects including English, Maths, Art, Design, Textiles and Science * Have a BTEC National Diploma, NVQ Level 3 or AVCE Double Award in a related area or * Have successfully completed a relevant Access course (in a design-related area) or equivalent qualifications or work experience * Have IELTS Level 6 or equivalent if English is not the first language
  • Entry requirements
    This course is aimed at students who wish to combine innovative design development with technical awareness and strategic skills within the fashion product industries -relevant to fashion jewellery.
  • Academic Title
    BA Fashion Jewellery
  • Course description
    BA Fashion Jewellery

    Programme

    Stage 1: Students engage with research methods and the generation of innovative design proposals through a variety of processes, technologies and experimental applications.  Experimentation is aligned with materials exploration development processes, and construction techniques. The fundamentals of market awareness, social and environmental issues, consumer behaviour and supply chain management introduce the student to the context of the professional sector.

    Students are supported by timetabled access to a specialist 3D sampling area (at Golden Lane) which facilitates the creation of a 3 dimensional jewellery prototypes and finished pieces in wood, metal, plastics and soft materials.  The curriculum benefits from an integrated programme of Cultural and Historical studies.

    Stage 2: core units provide a range of opportunities to experience professional practices through sponsored briefs, competitions and subject specialist inputs, covering local, national and international contexts and issues. Students are prepared and supported for an optional year on a hosted work placement by dedicated input and guidance from the College's Fashion Business Resource Studio (FBRS).

    This optional year is recognised by the Diploma in Professional Studies award.

    In addition, students may choose units from a range of Discipline Electives - designed to enhance and nurture creativity, understanding and inquiry at undergraduate level.

    Stage 3: students research, indentify and create a final project with self defined parameters - customer, market, season, competitors, etc.  Each student will define and realise an individual outcome - supported within common core units in research planning, concept development, realisation and reflection.

    Students may collaborate with other colleagues from another specialist Product course or liaise with students from one of the Fashion Design Technology group (Womenswear, Menswear, Bespoke Tailoring or Surface Textiles) establishing a cross specialist partnership activity.

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