Graduate Diploma Creative Practice

Kingston University London

Graduate Diploma Creative Practice

This course is ideal if you already have a bachelors degree and wish to progress onto one of Kingston School of Art's practice-based MA courses.

The outcome is to build a strong portfolio of relevant project work which will demonstrate your developing intellectual and practical strengths.

Projects are designed to help you develop creative and flexible thinking, sound technical skills and an understanding of the need for a variety of approaches to any given subject or brief.

Reasons to choose Kingston University

  • This stand-alone, credit-bearing course will prepare you for postgraduate study. Content is tailored to the subject you wish to pursue

  • Kingston University was ranked in the top 10 in the UK for design and crafts in The Guardian University Guide league table 2022.

  • You will work on live projects, develop creative and flexible thinking, sound technical skills and consider a variety of approaches to any subject or brief.

Entry Requirements

  • A 2:2 or above honours degree or equivalent qualification in a creative arts or non-related discipline.

  • IELTS of 6.0 overall, with no element below 5.5.

Career Prospects

Career opportunities after completing Graduate Diploma Creative Practice

  • Artist.

  • Art director.

  • Product designer.

  • Graphic designer.

  • Director.

  • Photographer.

  • Experience designer.

  • Producer.

Course Details

The learning experience of this course will be tailored to your subject area (which you should indicate when you apply) by the relevant postgraduate course teams. You can choose pathways from Fashion, Graphic Design, Illustration and Interior & Product Design.

You will work within your subject-specific course peer group and alongside other postgraduate students, building up a strong portfolio of relevant project work that clearly demonstrates your creative strengths. Projects are designed to help you develop creative and flexible thinking, sound technical skills, and an understanding of the need for a variety of approaches to any given subject or brief.

You'll be expected to complete two 30-credit modules and one 60-credit module, totalling 120 credits. These modules run sequentially in teaching blocks 1 and 2 and are underpinned by a learning agreement specific to your course subject area

Modules

Global Context
Discipline and Autonomy
Creative Practice 2

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