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The Graduate Diploma Creative Computing will give you a practical understanding of the computational technologies being used to drive innovation within the creative industries.Course overviewCreative graduates with advanced computing skills are in high demand. The graduate diploma gives creative graduates the opportunity to study in a specialist UAL Institute environment. Learning new skills will allow you to develop your undergraduate area of study and potentially lead to new opportunities as
The Graduate Diploma Creative Computing will give you a practical understanding of the computational technologies being used to drive innovation within the creative industries.
Creative graduates with advanced computing skills are in high demand. The graduate diploma gives creative graduates the opportunity to study in a specialist UAL Institute environment. Learning new skills will allow you to develop your undergraduate area of study and potentially lead to new opportunities as a creative practitioner.
You will learn to code using industry standard languages and frameworks, how to develop apps and be introduced to emerging areas such as machine learning.
You will also develop creative projects informed by these tools and techniques and gain an inside look at London’s digital creative economy, exploring both its working practices and the emerging opportunities for technology engaged creative graduates.
As a student at the UAL Creative Computing Institute you will study in a specialist and research rich environment. We provide dedicated technical resources and access to an Institute wide lecture programme. There will be further opportunities to engage with researchers and practitioners through additional events, seminars and workshops.
By studying at the UAL Creative Computing Institute, you will join a network of creatives excited by the potential of computational technologies.
Learning and teaching methods
Lectures and seminars
Studio/lab-based practice and masterclasses
Collaborative problem-solving and group work
Project portfolio comprising of technical prototypes and presentations
Essays and reports
Careers and alumni
The course is committed to supporting students in developing the skills, knowledge and confidence necessary to continue your creative practice.
Personal and professional development is integrated into the course with opportunities to develop your skills through bespoke sessions, talks with industry practitioners, career management and postgraduate progression seminars.
University of the Arts London (UAL) is a leading creative university. It has impressive alumni including famous fashion designers, artists and musicians.
There are six colleges across 14 sites around London. These offer an extensive range of courses in art, design, screen, fashion, communication, media and performing arts. The colleges are:
Camberwell College of Arts
Central Saint Martins
Chelsea College of Arts
London College of Communication
London College of Fashion
Wimbledon College of Arts.
UAL is home to Europe’s largest postgraduate arts and design community. It also ranks well for relevant subject areas in both UK and international league tables.
Through a strong, supportive network and industry-standard facilities, UAL has nurtured some of the most famous creatives from around the world.