For questions regarding what an “eligible” or “deferment only” school is, please email the IPO office, or before applying for a programme with an SPA module. You’ll also take part in three core Liberal Arts modules and one Global Perspectives module that facilitates interpersonal, intercultural, cross-disciplinary learning, increasing self-awareness and a sense of global citizenship. Topics include employability, equality, entrepreneurship, diversity and sustainability. Options to learn a language and study abroad at one of our international partners will help expand your learning and global outlook.
Opportunities for work-based experiences exist across all of our courses, while students also have access to a range of specialist facilities and resources to support their studies. In addition to a range of production equipment, digital editing suites and post-production facilities, we also have a fully equipped and licensed studio theatre, five rehearsal studios and a costume design workshop. We also have international partnerships in Australia, Sweden, Canada, and the USA and every year a number of our undergraduate students take the opportunity to embark on an overseas exchange. It combines theoretical and practical elements with a flexible structure and diverse specialist option choices that students may tailor to their own needs. In order for a student to develop a vision of the future, they need an understanding of the past.
Creative workshops will train you to produce industry-standard content across visual, digital and emerging platforms. This includes video, photography, social and digital media as well as traditional methods of communication. Each of the specialisms encourage students to develop an inventive and critical approach to solving communication design problems. Communication and Media is a close-knit community of dedicated, innovative teachers and researchers that extend a warm welcome to postgraduate taught and research students. You can benefit from a personalised approach which treats you as an individual and encourages you to become involved in the life of the department. Our Postgraduate Programme offers you an exciting and dynamic array of courses arising from a long tradition of undergraduate and postgraduate teaching, research and scholarship at Coventry University.
Refine Your Communication Design Skills
We are one of the leading centres of production-based media education in the UK. We provide theoretical courses which complement our creative work with a strong critical dimension and significant production-based media skills. Our courses are infused with analytical and creative insights informed by our innovative research and industry-active staff.
- “What I most loved about my experience, is that the MA teaching and support staff is incredibly hands on, generous and engaged with each of the students.”
- We welcome and support students with a wide range of disabilities and health concerns.
- For applicants who wish to improve their English language proficiency, please see our English language courses.
- During tummy time, reproductions of the artwork can be made available for babies to see and reach out to.
- Students are no longer defined by their specialism, but through their creative interpretations and articulation of the brief.
- The MA Applied Communication is taught over twelve months full-time, or twenty four months part-time.
We deliver senior-level custom executive education programmes for business, government, the public sector and universities globally. In practice, creative expression takes place when children are given time and space with reassurance and encouragement from adults. Avoid asking direct ‘outcome’ based questions like ‘what are you making? Instead describe what you see, colours, shapes, movement, materials, sounds, lines or feelings, providing rich language for the child.
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During tummy time, reproductions of the artwork can be made available for babies to see and reach out to. They will delight in the sensory experience staring into the vertical lines. You can model skills such as cutting with scissors, but this must be carefully balanced with giving children the freedom to express themselves. Children may need to be taught to use these types of tools in order to support their self-expression. Children will show confidence in the way they can move their whole bodies as well as isolate movements with their arms, hands, legs and feet. Older children are able to express themselves in the way they use materials for art and design.
Communication And Media
Review your curriculum to ensure you cover the requirements in the EYFS for this area of learning. Consider if it’s possible to take the children to a live performance, or an art gallery. Find local art venues, including outdoor places, such as parks, churchyards and memorials. For children who have created their own work of art, ask to keep it, photocopy it and re-visit on another day. Children aged 3 to 4 are keen to re-visit and add to their art, often adding more detail.