The MA Applied Communication is taught over twelve months full-time, or twenty four months part-time. We deliver undergraduate and postgraduate courses that are relevant, stimulating, challenging and practical. They aim to provide students with the specialist knowledge, working practices, and high level communication skills that employers look for in graduates. Students are encouraged to challenge conventional assumptions, develop collaborative partnerships, explore their creativity, cultivate resilience and ultimately become ready to engage with their chosen professional careers. Our graduates go on to work in the creative industries, marketing, public relations, events, arts management, and beyond. This MA will also be valuable to those seeking a better understanding of the theory and politics of international media to bring to careers within such organizations.
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- Study with dynamic, high-profile international artists and develop your practice within our vibrant student community.
- Never before has the communications arena had such fluidity for the realisation of student ideas and professional identity; whether it be simple or complex, witty or profound – Communication Design is a platform for the thinking of tomorrow.
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CEADA A radical reconceptualisation of teaching and research practice.
SCA seeks out misfits and sets them on an unpredictable and unorthodox path of education, birthing a unique breed of creative talent. Join a committed and pioneering community with a global reputation for top-quality research in typography and graphic communication. Discover an expanded view of editorial design in an open and experimental online environment, under the expert guidance of RCA tutors Adrian Shaughnessy and Astrid Stavro.
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.
This is accomplished through the performance of a range of texts, sharing ideas, exchanging views and negotiating; working towards, at the top level, the preparation and delivery of a presentation. Students are encouraged to undertake appropriate industrial placements and external assignments, as well as to engage in the numerous opportunities for national and international specialist competitions. Staff are active in research within the graphics industry through consultancy and freelance design. Never before has the communications arena had such fluidity for the realisation of student ideas and professional identity; whether it be simple or complex, witty or profound – Communication Design is a platform for the thinking of tomorrow.
MASTERSTUDIES makes it easy for graduate students to find the right degree. Use our website to find information about degrees and career paths from around the world and speak directly with admissions officers at the schools and universities that interest you. Study with dynamic, high-profile international artists and develop your practice within our vibrant student community. The School’s communication practices embrace plurality of creative and critical approaches and technologies on a continuum of multiplicity of modes enhanced by flexible curricula and state of the art studio facilities. Children will create in small groups, and through the extensions socialise amongst their friends in the setting.
Innovative Design Lab The lab conducts theory based and applied research generally into product design, and especially in the built environment, pushing the impact of design thinking and practice to new areas. How you respond to children’s expression will affect their willingness to continue to develop that expression. A collection of interactive education games including online patterns, doodles and images. Look for local spaces where children’s art work and designs can be shown.