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The Creative Industries BA Hons is a top-up course designed for those who have an interest in the particular production-based strands of the industry and who already hold a Foundation Degree, a Higher National Diploma or an equivalent higher-level qualification in an appropriate subject. It is a progressive vocational qualification designed to respond to the needs of the local and regional Creative and Digital Industries and enhance existing knowledge through the synthesising and deployment of
The Creative Industries BA Hons is a top-up course designed for those who have an interest in the particular production-based strands of the industry and who already hold a Foundation Degree, a Higher National Diploma or an equivalent higher-level qualification in an appropriate subject. It is a progressive vocational qualification designed to respond to the needs of the local and regional Creative and Digital Industries and enhance existing knowledge through the synthesising and deployment of a range of key subject specific and transferable skills. Professional development and employability are at the heart of the programme in both its design and delivery. Enhanced learning through subject specialist product-based workshops that are delivered by subject specialist tutors and industry-based practitioners. The Industry Experience module allows students to undertake a work placement in a relevant area of the Creative Industries, to establish direct links with industry personnel, and to gain an understanding of an organisation’s working practices. The development of responsibility, autonomy and self-motivation in the development of an industry based personalised career portfolio. Strong focus on the active learner and the embedding of the development and practice of this skill in order to aid the transition from “student” of the Creative Industries to “practitioner”.
Grades / Points required
Not currently available, please contact university for up to date information.
A foundation degree, HND, or other Level 5 qualification (minimum grade of 50%)orThose with previous experience or learning that is relevant may be eligible via our APL process for accreditation towards this courseAll applicants must complete a satisfactory interview.Students who have not previously completed a Level 5 research module may be required to undertake a short bridging module prior to the start of the programme which is designed to ensure that students are able to undertake the academic demands of Level 6 study.