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2015-2016

Guide to Undergraduate Study

Performing

Arts

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Creative Arts Live

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What’s Next?

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About Performing Arts

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UCAS Tariff

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Foundation Degree in Creative Performance (Acting)

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Our Courses

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Foundation Degree in Musical Theatre

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Foundation Degree in Technical Theatre

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BA (Hons) in Creative Performance (Acting)

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BA (Hons) in Musical Theatre

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BA (Hons) in Technical Theatre 11

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Each year Creative Arts Live produces an exciting performance schedule of concerts, gigs, dance shows and productions featuring visiting artists, staff and students. The events take place in a wide range of venues including our own Swinburne Hall and Main Halls at the Colchester and Braintree sites, as well as local and regional venues such as the Mercury Theatre, Colchester Arts Centre, the Headgate Theatre, the Lakeside Theatre and the New Wolsey Studio. Recent visiting artists have included Miriam Margolyes (theatre), Toby Burgess (percussion), Clive Caroll (guitar), Saucerful of Floyd (rock), Alison Guill (musical theatre), Alexander Ardakov (piano) and Lazy Habits (hip hop). Each year, large scale musical theatre productions such as Godspell, Seussical, Side Show and The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee are produced alongside plays including Lysistrata, The Pillowman, Vernon God Little, Attempts On Her Life and The Tempest. Other student productions include dance shows, classical concerts and rock gigs.

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Our cmpalive website www.colchester.ac.uk/cmpalive has all the details of current performances. You can also ‘like’ us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and see and hear us on our YouTube channel.

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The Faculty of Creative Arts is a vibrant and dynamic community of practitioners that encompasses classical, jazz and popular music idioms; dance, acting and musical theatre; technical theatre and creative media (film).

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Creativity, innovation and performance are at the heart of the Faculty. We have excellent facilities, close links to the local and regional arts industry and a large team of experienced staff who are active professionals as well as excellent educators.

The sector contributes ÂŁ26 billion GVA to the UK economy every year. Over 800,000 people are employed in the creative industries, representing 2.8% of all UK employment. Creative & Cultural Skills

Despite fluctuations in employment levels across the economy as a whole, over 6,000 new jobs have been created in the creative and cultural industries since 2009. National Skills Academy for Creative & Cultural

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Careers in music, creative media and performing arts range from the performer and educator through to the composer, director, choreographer, arts administrator, camera operator, technician and stage manager. Our graduates include the opera singer Deborah Norman and composer Tansy Davies both of whom are internationally known. Many graduates are teachers in schools, colleges and through instrumental services such as the Essex Music Services while others are working in bands, or with established solo stars. Our Musical Theatre graduates have gone on to a variety of careers as well as postgraduate study at some of the most prestigious schools in London and our Technical Theatre students are successful in finding jobs in the industry. If you are serious about a career in music (classical, jazz, popular or film music), performing arts (musical theatre, acting or technical theatre) or creative media (film and moving image) we believe that we have the right courses, facilities and staff to help you to realise that ambition. Colchester Institute is one of 11 new Associate College members of the National Skills Academy for Creative & Cultural.

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Foundation Degree in Creative Performance (Acting) A creative and challenging course that develops the skills of performers to create original material and inspiring performances in a variety of venues.

Course Type

Full-time

Duration

2 years

UCAS Code

W490

Applications Via UCAS Entry Requirements Normally a minimum of 80 UCAS points. We are looking for applicants who have a passion for performance. All applicants will attend an audition, details of which will be sent to the applicants when they apply.

Who is this course for?

What our graduates do

The Foundation Degree course is designed for students who are serious about acting whilst being able to appreciate the competitive environment of being a performer. The course is designed to provide students with a range of skills for sustainable employment within the performing industries with a focus on devising, improvisation and acting.

Foundation Degree students, upon successful completion of the course, are eligible to progress on to the third year of the BA (Hons) Creative Performance Degree. A wide range of careers are possible within the performing arts industry including: Artists and performers working in community and education, or as an actor, film artist, street entertainer and comedian.

Course description The course is intended to create more independent performers who are equally comfortable creating devised commissioned performances in unusual venues, such as a site-specific piece, as well as having the essential skills to perform on a more traditional stage. The creation of new and original work, without losing sight of the importance of established practitioners and their methods, is a key element of the course.

Course content Year one Acting 1 • Theory and Practice of Acting • Movement for Actors • Improvisation 1 • Physical Theatre • Voice

Year two Acting 2 • Contemporary Performance Techniques • Voice and Speech • Improvisation 2 • Devising • Performance Development Project

The process pushes you in the right direction getting the best out of you, making you believe that you can do it.

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Foundation Degree in Musical Theatre The Foundation Degree is a two year programme that allows learners to learn and develop their skills across a range of disciplines within musical theatre.

Who is this course for?

Course content

The programme is for applicants who are passionate about and have a realistic understanding of musical theatre. They will have significant previous experience of acting, singing and dance.

Modules include:

Course description

Singing - ensemble singing, repertoire coaching, music theory, solo singing, vocal anatomy, cabaret singing performance

The programme provides students with the skills for sustainable employment within the creative industries. It is designed to give a sound educational base for a range of careers. The course design reflects the nature of work within performing arts which requires flexibility, diversity of skills, technical competence and the ability to respond to changing needs. Specific skill acquisition is coupled with a broader understanding of the genre, along with academic skills to ensure that students can embrace the changeability of the marketplace and earn a living in specific or related performing arts fields. This course is taught through a combination of practical classes and workshops, technique classes, performance, tutorials, one-to-one teaching, lectures and personal study.

Acting - acting through song, characterisation, audition technique and scene study

Dance Techniques - ballet technique, jazz technique, tap dance and choreography Musical Theatre Techniques - acting through song, integration of disciplines, ensemble staging Contemporary Musical Theatre - research and lecture based seminars Professional Practice - work-based placement, reflection on work experience Personal Development Planning - self evaluation and reflection Choir - full course choir, alternative genres and styles

Course Type Full-time Duration

2 years

UCAS Code

W390

Applications Via UCAS Entry Requirements Minimum 80 UCAS points, typically students on this course will have 160 UCAS points or greater. All applicants will be auditioned in acting, dance and singing to demonstrate ability and potential.

Individual Singing Lessons - weekly one-to-one singing lessons, Estill model, 20 lessons per year.

What our graduates do The Foundation Degree in Musical Theatre has really given me the practical skills I need to progress to BA Honours level.

Our graduates normally progress on to the third year of the BA (Hons) in Musical Theatre.

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Foundation Degree in Technical Theatre A practical course which introduces you to a wide range of backstage crafts and career options through working with a extensive array of performances from dance to classical music, and musical theatre to rock bands.

Who is this course for?

Course content Modules include: Year one

Course Type Full-time Part-time

The course is designed for students who have a strong commitment to technical theatre as an art and craft and wish to pursue their passion through to employment within the creative industries where there is a strong demand for technically trained graduates.

Duration

2 years full-time 4 years part-time

The course is physically and mentally demanding and requires learners who are disciplined and committed.

Introduction to Technical Theatre Processes • Lighting Installation and Operation 1 • Sound Design and Operation • Stage Management Processes • Investigative Project • Scenic Construction and Painting • Technical/Scale Drawing • Study Skills for Technical Theatre

UCAS Code

W440 (full-time)

Course description

Year two

The first year provides a broad introduction to the areas of technical theatre including lighting, sound, stage management and scenic construction. These will be studied within the context of the nature of theatre and the role of technicians and stage managers within theatrical performance. The research and investigation module is designed to provide students with the opportunity to widen their understanding of the theatre business by a focused investigation of policies, procedures and business systems within a local theatre venue.

Lighting Design 2 • Sound Design and Operation 2 • Industrial Placement 2 • Technical Theatre Practice • Scenic Design • Micro-Business Management • Computer Aided Design

Course Code ZH3FDTTP01 (part-time) Applications Via UCAS (full-time) Direct to Colchester Institute (part-time) Entry Requirements Normal entry will require a minimum of 80 UCAS points achieved through A Levels or BTEC Diploma. Applicants will be required to demonstrate prior experience in at least one aspect of technical theatre by providing a portfolio at interview. All applicants will be interviewed.

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Throughout the year, students will support and assist with the public performances mounted within the Faculty of Creative Arts. There are a range of performances throughout the year including; dance, musical theatre, acting and music. The second year builds on these foundations by developing skills in lighting and sound design and introduces new skills in computer aided design and scenic design. Students will work in production capacities across a range of events including concerts, plays and musicals. They will work within the education, arts centre and theatre fields, including placements with local arts organisations as well as supporting in-house College productions. The full-time course requires attendance throughout the week including evenings and some weekends.

What our graduates do Successful completion of the Foundation Degree in Technical Theatre allows for progression to year three of the full-time BA (Hons) in Technical Theatre. Some graduates of the Foundation Degree have gone directly into work within the industry. Previous students have moved into the area of events management and scenic design, taking on the skills learnt on the course and using them in the wider context of the creative and cultural industries.

Since starting the course I have learnt lots of new skills in a wide variety of areas within technical theatre, including lighting, sound and scenic construction.

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BA (Hons) in Creative Performance (Acting) A creative and challenging course that develops the skills of performers to create original material and inspiring performances in a variety of venues.

Who is this course for?

Year three

The BA (Hons) in Creative Performance course, is designed for students who are serious about acting whilst being able to appreciate the competitive environment of being a performer. The course provides students with a range of skills for sustainable employment within the performing industries with a focus on devising, improvisation and acting. Students are encouraged to create theatre companies to produce their own work.

Acting 3 • Workshop Leadership • Script Writing • Directing • Classical Performance Techniques • Screen Performance Techniques • Major Theatre Project

Course description The course is intended to create more independent performers who are equally comfortable creating devised commissioned performances in unusual venues, such as a site-specific piece, as well as having the essential skills to perform on a more traditional stage. Creation of new and original work is a key element of the course without losing sight of the importance of established practitioners and their methods.

What our graduates do A variety of careers is possible as the course enables students to discover which path is right for them. Careers include acting, play writing, directing, workshop leadership, creation of theatre companies and teaching. Postgraduate study is possible to allow students to specialise in a particular area of the performance industries. The educational sector can also be accessed through further study of the Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE).

Course Type

Full-time

Duration

3 years

UCAS Code

W410

Applications Via UCAS Entry Requirements The minimum requirement is 160 UCAS points. All applicants will attend an audition, details of which will be sent to the applicants when they apply. We are looking for students who have a passion for creative approaches to performance and previous experience.

Course content Modules include: Year one Acting 1 • Theory and Practice of Acting • Movement for Actors • Improvisation 1 • Physical Theatre • Voice

Year two Acting 2 • Contemporary Performance Techniques • Voice and Speech • Improvisation 2 • Devising • Performance Project

The process pushes you in the right direction getting the best out of you, making you believe that you can do it. Validated by

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BA (Hons) in Musical Theatre A dynamic and intensive course which is centred on vocational practice. Students learn, develop and apply skills in acting, dance and singing.

Course Type

Full-time

Duration

3 years

UCAS Code

WW34

Applications Via UCAS Entry Requirements Normally, students on this course will have a minimum of 160 UCAS points. All applicants will be auditioned in acting, dance and singing to demonstrate ability and potential.

Who the course is for?

Year two

The programme is for applicants who are passionate about and have a realistic understanding of musical theatre. They will have significant previous experience of acting, singing and dance.

Acting and Personal Development Planning 2 (performing plays, audition technique) • Singing 2 (solo singing cabaret, repertoire exploration and ensemble project) • Musical Theatre Techniques 2 (showcase/revue performance) • Dance Techniques 2 (streamed classes in jazz, ballet, tap and choreography) • Contemporary Musical Theatre (lecture series relating to salient musical theatre trends) • Professional Practice (work-based placement as appropriate) • 1-2-1 Singing (20 half hour lessons throughout the year) • Choir (a mixture of repertoire prepared for performances) • Skills Workshops (development workshops and a performance platform)

Course description The programme seeks to equip you with the range of skills required for sustainable employment within the creative industries or further study. The nature of work within performing arts requires flexibility, diversity of skills, technical competence and the ability to respond to changing needs. Therefore the programme aims to provide you with a sound educational base for a range of further study and/or careers. You will acquire (year one), develop (year two) and apply (year three) new and existing skills in acting, dance and singing throughout the programme.

Course content Modules include: Year one

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Acting and PDP (Personal Development Planning) • Singing and Voice (ensemble, workings of the voice, theory and practice) • Musical Theatre Techniques 1 (interdisciplinary module) • Dance Techniques 1 (streamed classes in jazz, ballet and tap) • Musical Theatre and its Audience (lecture series on the history of musical theatre) • 1-2-1 Singing (20 half hour lessons throughout the year) • Choir (a mixture of repertoire prepared for performances) • Skills Workshops (development workshops and a performance platform) • Music Theory (to support work across the course)

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Year three Acting and Personal Development Planning 3 • Singing 3 (solo London cabaret, ensemble pieces for performance) • Musical Theatre Techniques 3 (touring and London showcase) • Dance Techniques 3 (streamed classes in jazz and ballet) • Musical Theatre Project (final major musical) • Research Project (undertaking research on subject of your choice) • 1-2-1 Singing (20 half hour lessons throughout the year) • Choir (A mixture of repertoire prepared for performances) • Skills Workshops (development workshops and a performance platform)

What our graduates do Our graduates have progressed to postgraduate studies at Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, the Royal Academy of Music, Guildford School of Acting, Musical Theatre Academy, American Musical Theatre Academy, Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, Arts Educational School, London School of Musical Theatre, and Northern School of Contemporary Dance. Some of our graduates are currently working at Disneyland Paris, P&O Cruises and teaching in schools and colleges.

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BA (Hons) in Technical Theatre A practical course which introduces students to a wide range of backstage crafts and career options through working with a extensive array of performances from dance to classical music, and musical theatre to rock bands.

Who is this course for? The course is designed for students who have a strong commitment to technical theatre as an art and craft, and wish to pursue their passion through to employment within the creative industries where there is a strong demand for technically trained graduates.

Course description

role, where they have the opportunity to demonstrate all of their design and management skills. The full-time course requires attendance throughout the week, including evenings and some weekends. The course is physically and mentally demanding and requires learners who are disciplined and committed.

Course content

Course Type Full-time Part-time Duration

3 years full-time 6 years part-time

UCAS Code

W441 (full-time)

The first year provides a broad introduction to the areas of technical theatre including lighting, sound, stage management and scenic construction. These will be studied within the context of the nature of theatre and the role of technicians and stage managers within theatrical performance. Throughout the year, students will support and assist with the public performances mounted within the Faculty of Creative Arts. There are a range of performances including; dance, musical theatre, acting and music.

Modules include: Year one

Year two

Entry Requirements

The second year builds on these foundations by developing skills in lighting and sound design and introduces new skills in computer aided design and scenic design. Students will work in production capacities across a range of events including concerts, plays and musicals. They will work within the education, arts centre and theatre fields including placements with local arts organisations as well as supporting in-house College productions. In the third year, students will manage the production process from original concept through to the ‘get out’ for an in-house production, as well as experiment with the use of multimedia technology in theatre and screen performance. The year will also include a placement in a professional theatre, designed to consolidate all the knowledge gained throughout the course. The culmination of the year is the Specialist Technical Theatre Practice module where students will have to opportunity to work on a large scale project in a chosen

Lighting Design 2 • Sound Design and Operation 2 • Industrial Placement 2 • Technical Theatre Practice • Scenic Design • Micro-Business Management • Computer Aided Design

Normal entry will require a minimum of 160 UCAS points achieved through A Levels or BTEC Extended Diploma. All applicants will be interviewed. Applicants will be required to demonstrate prior experience in at least one aspect of Technical Theatre by providing a portfolio at interview.

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Introduction to Technical Theatre Processes • Lighting Installation and Operation 1 • Sound Design and Operation • Stage Management Processes • Investigative Project • Scenic Construction and Painting • Technical/Scale Drawing • Study Skills for Technical Theatre

Year Three Production Management • Theatre Perspectives • Industrial Placement 3 • New Media for Theatre • Career Development • Specialist Technical Theatre Practice

Course Code ZH3BATTF01 (part-time) Applications Via UCAS (full-time) Direct to Colchester Institute (part-time)

What our graduates do Students from BA (Hons) move into the industry in many different job roles. Some stay with theatre and others move towards music entertainment. Recent graduates have found positions in educational institutions as technicians, full-time work as technicians in theatre and also working freelance as multi-skilled technicians and designers across the technical theatre spectrum.

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Applying to UCAS Applications Customer Services department The Admissions team within our Customer Services department is available on (01206) 712000 to help you make an application or discuss entry or course requirements.

Colchester Institute will usually consider late applications received after the appropriate deadline and 30th June 2015 and through Clearing if places remain available.

Applying for a place

Deferred entry

All applications for entry to Colchester Institute full-time higher education courses must be made through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). The UCAS code is shown next to the course details.

Colchester Institute accepts applications for students looking to defer entry until September 2016 for all courses. Any student applying for deferred entry would be required to meet the conditions of their offer by 31st August 2015.

Direct applications

How to apply

You may apply directly to Colchester Institute using one of our own application forms ONLY IF:

All applications for entry to courses are made online using UCAS. Apply via the UCAS website www.ucas.com. The UCAS code for Colchester Institute is CINST C75.

(a) it is your intention to study part-time or (b) you are currently undertaking a full-time degree at Colchester Institute and wish to transfer internally to another degree or (c) you are applying for postgraduate study.

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UCAS will receive applications for entry in 2015 from 1st September 2014. You are advised to apply as soon as possible and preferably before the first UCAS deadline of 15th January 2015. Art and Design courses at Colchester Institute have a deadline of 24th March 2015.

Applicants from outside the United Kingdom Overseas applicants can apply online using UCAS Apply via the UCAS website www.ucas.com. If you do not have access to the Internet, please contact the UCAS Customer Relations Team on +44 (0)870 1122211.

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WELFARE

CAREER GUIDANCE

Student Loans and Grants

UCAS application fee The application fee for 2015 was not available at the time of going to CLASSROOM LEARNING print. The fee for 2014 was £23 for a multiple application and £12 for a SUPPORT single choice. To confirm the application fees for 2015 please visit the UCAS website www.ucas.com for more information. Employed applicants If you are to be sponsored by your employer to study on a course with a UCAS code, you must apply through UCAS. INDIVIDUAL UCAS contact details

SUPPORT PLANNING

UCAS, Rosehill, New Barn Lane, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL52 3LZ. Telephone 0870 1122211.

Fees Major Government reforms to student finance commenced in 2012-2013 resulting in universities and colleges being able to charge variable fees. Universities and colleges that want to charge more than the basic fee (level not yet set for 2015-2016) must provide additional support to promote access to disadvantaged students. At the time of printing, Colchester Institute had not set course fees and support levels for 2015-2016. Once we have done so, we will update the fees pages on our website. We therefore recommend you consult our website for this information before you submit your UCAS application for entry to study in autumn 2015. These changes apply to UK and EU students wishing to study higher education in England.

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FINANCE

How much money will I need and how do I get it? Budgeting for student life is a tricky thing. The key is to be aware of the student loans and grants that are available to you, and to make sure you apply for them in good time. These can include Tuition Fee Loans, Maintenance Loans and Grants, and Disabled Students Allowance. CHILDCARE

For more information please visit the Student Finance Website at www.gov.uk/studentfinance or call 0845 300 5090. For full-time courses you apply for student finance from the January before youSTUDENT start your studies, LIFE you don’t need to wait until your UCAS offers have been made. For part-time courses, applications open in August. Is there any other money I can get? As well as student loans and grants, some students may be eligible for financial support through Access to Learning Funds which provides discretionary support to certain categories of student. If you think your financial circumstances might prevent you from attending a full-time or part-time higher education course, our Student Finance team offers information on all aspects of student finance, including the application procedures. Please contact the team on (01206) 712293 for further information.

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In this prospectus you will find the entry criteria for our courses, quoted in UCAS points. The table below shows how many UCAS points each of the most common qualifications are worth. The Entry Requirements for the individual courses are stated on the course pages, in many cases applications are welcomed from potential students with non-traditional educational backgrounds. For information on the tariffs for other qualifications, please see the UCAS Tariff Tables via the QR code.

BTEC Extended Diploma Diploma

Subsidiary Certificate AS Level A Level Diploma

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Points Score 420 400 380 360 320 280 260 240 200 160 140 120 100 80 70 60 50 40 30 20


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PGCE

Cert Ed

BA (Hons)

Foundation

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Training

BSc (Hons)

Course Early Years ✪ ✪ Music Education ✪ Certificate in Education ✪ (Further Education and Skills Sector) Professional Graduate Certificate in Education ✪ (Further Education and Skills Sector) Certificate of Continuing Education ✪ (Teaching Literacy and ESOL) Certificate of Continuing Education ✪ (Teaching Numeracy)

Course Electrical Engineering (Power) Electronics Engineering Engineering (Mechanical)

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HND

ineering

HNC

Eng

MA

BA (Hons)

Arts

HNC/D

Course Performing Creative Media Production (Moving Image) ✪ Photography ✪ ✪ Technical Theatre ✪ ✪ Course Popular Music ✪ ✪ Film Music and Soundtrack Production ✪ Creative Performance (Acting) Music Education ✪ Musical Theatre Technical Theatre MA Music ✪

Foundation

Foundation

Years

Teacher

MA

BA (Hons)

Foundation

Digital Media

Music

Early

BA (Hons)

Foundation

HND

Dip HE

and

BA (Hons)

IT

Course IT Systems and Applications (Subject to Validation)

Foundation

and

Computing

Cert HE

Course Business Administration ✪ ✪ ✪ Management ✪ ✪ Management of Hospitality ✪ ✪ Management of Sport ✪ ✪ Postgraduate Certificate in ✪ Management Postgraduate Diploma in ✪ Management Business Administration (MBA) ✪

Course Person-Centred Counselling ✪ Counselling Studies ✪ Health and Social Care ✪ ✪ Management of Sport ✪ ✪

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MA

PGD

PGC

BA (Hons)

Foundation

HND

HNC

Cert HE

and

Management

Sport

HNC

Course Construction ✪ Construction and the Built Environment ✪ (Building Services Engineering) Construction Management ✪ Construction Management ✪ (Commercial Management) Construction Management ✪ (Site Management)

Counselling Health

Business

HNC

Cert HE

struc

HNC/D

Course Art and Design ✪ Art and Design with Foundation Year ✪ 3D Design and Craft ✪ Fashion and Textiles ✪ Fine Art ✪ Graphic Design ✪ Photography ✪ ✪ Art, Design and the Book ✪ Contemporary Art and Professional Practice ✪ Sculptural Practice ✪

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Design

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