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Birmingham and the Arts

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THE ARTS SCENE Rich in cultural diversity and with a vibrant arts scene, Birmingham is an exciting base for emergent art, design, performance and media practitioners. With a multitude of theatres, galleries, design and photography studios, public art spaces and cinemas, the city nurtures artistic practice. Visual arts are in abundance, from exhibitions in the city’s bars, public spaces and small galleries to national touring exhibitions at the Ikon Gallery and Gas Hall. Birmingham has a number of venues which provide classical and modern drama, West End musicals, comedies, ballet and student drama, the foremost being the Birmingham REP, Birmingham Hippodrome and Alexandra Theatre. The Hippodrome hosts visiting theatre and dance companies throughout the year and is also the home of the acclaimed Birmingham Royal Ballet. Birmingham is also in close vicinity to Stratford-upon-Avon, home to the world-famous Royal Shakespeare Company. A welcome addition to Birmingham’s exhibition spaces is Thinktank, the refurbished Museum of Science and Discovery. Thinktank celebrates the history of scientific inventors and offers a thrilling peek into the future. It’s situated in the Millennium Point complex which is also home to BSA.

For a multicultural mix of all art forms there’s the Midlands Art Centre, which is unique in representing and reflecting the diversity of cultures in the region. For a varied programme of contemporary African, Asian and Caribbean arts and events, the Drum has established itself as the national centre for black British arts and culture. This commitment and passion for the arts is reflected in many of the festivals hosted in the city. These include Arts Fest – an annual free festival featuring artists from all disciplines from across the West Midlands. The city also celebrates new British and international contemporary performance and visual live art with the FIERCE! Festival, which takes place at venues and clubs across the region. Birmingham is a city for music lovers. Symphony Hall, in the International Convention Centre, is one of the finest concert venues in Europe, and is home to the worldclass City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. The National Exhibition Centre and National Indoor Arena are ideal large-capacity music venues and have hosted concerts by many international stars. There’s rhythm and blues at Jools Holland’s ‘Jam House’ and rock and independent artists at the O2 Academy.

The city also enjoys a fine comedy heritage; in fact Frank Skinner studied at the University and recently received an Honorary Doctorate. There are several fantastic comedy venues, including the Glee Club and Jongleurs, both of which offer student concessions. As part of Birmingham City University’s commitment to the recognition and support for arts in the city, it launched the New Generation Arts (NGA) Festival in 2006. Birmingham City University continues to showcase young creative talent throughout the year with showcase events across the creative arts. This helps to confirm Birmingham’s position as a centre for culture and emerging artistic talent.

USEFUL INFORMATION: www.macarts.co.uk www.02academybirmingham.co.uk www.icbirmingham.com

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Teaching and Learning OUR COURSES In 2007 the BA (Hons) Community and Applied Theatre/Dance Theatre was introduced. The first year of this course is delivered primarily by practitioners working within BSA and teaching across all courses. Teaching takes place predominantly within the studios at Millennium Point. Throughout the three years of the course additional teaching, workshops and professional development work are delivered both on and off site by specialist practitioners with experience in a variety of aspects of community theatre. This course has links with Birmingham Repertory Theatre. The following year saw the launch of our degree in Stage Management, a PgDip/MA in Professional Voice Practice supported by the Royal Shakespeare Company, and a PgDip in Physical Theatre. In 2009 our PgDip/ MA Acting: The British Tradition was introduced, giving professionals a chance to look closer at the quality of the UK’s theatrical development. These courses all enable students to engage with professional best practice in both performance and pedagogic styles.

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THEATRE COMPANY In 2010 we intend to offer a postgraduate course in Shakespeare and classical acting. BSA has strong relationships with many important local industry professionals and organisations. These include the Royal Shakespeare Company, the BBC, The National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Birmingham Conservatoire, Birmingham Institute of Art and Design, The City of Birmingham Symphony Chorus, Birmingham Focus, The Drum, Dreamfinder Productions, Aquila TV, Big Brum, Pentabus Theatre, The Soho Theatre, The Old REP Theatre, The Crescent Theatre, The Old Joint Stock Theatre, The Playhouse (Language Alive) and Women in Theatre.

With all of our acting courses, the emphasis is on learning through performance. Our Theatre Company comprises final-stage acting course students who regularly present plays in the Birmingham area. Over the years this group has established a reputation as one of the city’s most exciting companies and former members have gone on to enjoy success in films and television, as well as on the professional stage.


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Professional voice practice PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT The RSC will provide guest lectures and, for suitably qualified candidates, a maximum of two placements each year. Other students will gain experience through placements within the Birmingham School of Acting, local theatre companies and regional drama schools. An emphasis is placed, in the first instance, on the individual personal development of the student’s own voice through practical work on voice and text (spoken and sung). For the year 2010 the RSC will offer a fees-only bursary to a suitable candidate.

EMPLOYABILITY PROSPECTS The future careers of those who graduate from this course will be wide ranging. Many may wish to become voice teachers or coaches working within the realms of actor training, or within the professional theatre and film industries. Some may wish to develop their own private practice. Some may wish to promote and to develop voice work in the wider community, working in Higher Education or seeking opportunities to promote voice work in commercial or industrial fields. Some graduates may choose to work in the primary and secondary educational system, developing ways of working with language as part of the English or Drama curriculum, informed by their knowledge of healthy vocal use. Some individuals may wish to specialise further as vocal coaches working with the singing voice in the field of speech therapy.

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INTERNATIONAL APPLICANTS: DVD SUBMISSIONS

CRITERIA FOR INITIAL AUDITION ASSESSMENT

If you live outside the UK you can undertake an Initial Audition via multi-regional format DVD. You should present your speeches in English to camera and perform them as you would in a live audition, using the guidelines provided. Please ensure that we can see the whole of your body – it is not necessary to provide close-ups or produce an edited piece of television, but you should ensure that the sound quality is sufficient for us to make an accurate assessment of your voice.

The assessment of each candidate is based upon a set of criteria used consistently by staff, who comment on and mark the work shown.

You should supply the title, author and, if relevant, translator details with your speeches. You may also make a short statement (no more than three minutes) about the pieces – a brief résumé of the plays and characters, and what happens immediately before and after the scenes presented. You may also include a brief statement in support of your application. The audition application form must accompany your DVD. The audition fee is payable in pounds sterling and must be included with the DVD or in advance by credit card over the telephone.

SPEECHES CRITERIA: • Energy • Choice of speeches • Spatial awareness • Suitability of physicality • Identification with character • Achievement of contrast • Creation of environment • Use of voice and handling text • Power to hold an audience • Potential for training

DECISION ON INITIAL AUDITION The panel, guided by the Course Director, will make a decision whether to offer you a Recall Audition. You should receive confirmation by post of the result of your audition within 14 days of your Initial Audition. If you have not heard within 21 days please contact the Admissions and Student Services Manager. Decisions for international students applying via DVD may take longer, but you should hear within 30 days of our receipt of your application. Should you fail to be offered a Recall Audition you can re-apply for the following academic year.


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‘‘ This conversion course offers intensive training in practical jazz skills for graduates who have a strong interest in jazz but have not received specialist jazz musicianship training or one-to-one.’’

UCAS CODE

FACULTY

DURATION

LOCATION

CONTACT

INSTITUTION: B34 COURSE: 310F

SCHOOL OF ART (BIAD)

3 YEARS FULL-TIME 5 YEARS PGCE

GOSTA GREEN

MUSIC@BCU.AC.UK

COURSE OVERVIEW The BMus (Hons) Jazz is a highly specialised course specifically designed to meet the needs of the modern jazz performer. The course is heavily weighted toward practical work, with the majority of time dedicated to one-to-one lessons, small group coaching and private practice. All academic classes support different aspects of jazz performance and include Jazz History, Transcription and Analysis, Contemporary Issues, and Composition.

You should possess a good Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent. While it is not necessary to demonstrate advanced skills in jazz, you must demonstrate at audition/on your audition recording an appropriate level of musical fluency and technical proficiency in your chosen specialist area, as well as a basic grasp of jazz skills. While it is not necessary to demonstrate advanced skills in jazz, you must demonstrate at audition/on your.


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ACTING 1 ACTING THEORY PROJECT PHYSICAL SKILLS 1 SIGING 1 VOICE 1 VOICE 120 CREDITS - Cert HE

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ACTING 2 WORKSHOPS PHYSICAL SKILLS 2 SINGING 2 VOICE 2

240 CREDITS - Dip HE

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ACTING 1 PRODUCTION RECORDED MEDIA SHOWCASE AND AUDITIONS PROFESSIONAL STUDIES VOICE

360 CREDITS - BA (Hons)

MUSIC@BCU.AC.UK

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

ASSESSMENT

The BMus (Hons) Jazz is a highly specialised course specifically designed to meet the needs of the modern jazz performer. The course is heavily weighted toward practical work, with the majority of time dedicated to one-to-one lessons, small group coaching and private practice. All academic classes support different aspects of jazz performance and include Jazz History, Transcription and Analysis, Contemporary Issues, and Composition.

During the first year of study the majority of classes are on the technical skills of acting, voice and movement. Rehearsal techniques are taught through project work which culminates in internal performances. During the first year the emphasis is on learning technical skills and is therefore weighted 70 per cent technical and 30 per cent performance. This first year provides the skills that underpin the second year where the balance between skills and performance becomes equally weighted. This in turn leads to a final year in which rehearsals and performances, public and recorded, together with career

During the first year of study the majority of classes are on the technical skills of acting, voice and movement. Rehearsal techniques are taught through project work which culminates in internal performances. During the first year the emphasis is on learning technical skills and is therefore weighted 70 per cent technical and 30 per cent performance. This first year provides the skills that underpin the second year where the balance between skills and performance becomes equally weighted. This in turn leads to a final year in which rehearsals and performances, public and recorded, together with career advice and support.

FURTHER STUDY This conversion course offers intensive training in practical jazz skills for graduates who have a strong interest in jazz but have not received specialist jazz musicianship. For more information go to www.bcu.ac.uk/biad


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The passion of performance BA (HONOURS) ACTING 3 YEARS FULL-TIME

COURSE OVERVIEW BA (Hons) Acting is a course of vocational training which prepares students for entry into the profession. The course is accredited by the National Council for Drama Training (NCDT) and at all stages meets the rigorous outcomes demanded by its professional members. The course is delivered by a team of qualified professionals who have worked at the highest levels in their fields. The team is supported by visiting tutors, guest lecturers and professional directors from all branches of stage, screen and broadcast media.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS The entry requirements for this course are as follows: • Admission is by audition (see Applicants Guide page X); in addition we would normally require you to have achieved two A-levels or equivalent. • Individual offers are made regarding grades in order to secure their place on the course. • Normally 32 students are enrolled onto the course each year.

TARIFF SCORE

Aleast 2 A-levels or equivalent, 320 tariff points.

FACULTY

Birmingham School of Acting

APPLY

Applications made through UCAS. Application process includes an interview.

DURATION

3 years full-time - April and Septmeber intake.

LOCATION

The TIC, city centre

CONTACT

Birmingham School of Acting Millennium Point Curson Street BIRMINGHAM B4 7XG UK

OPEN DAYS

Undergraduate : 19 & 20 June / 9 October

COURSE CONTENT

During the first year of study the majority of classes are on the technical skills of acting, voice and movement. Rehearsal techniques are taught through project work which culminates in internal performances. During the first year the emphasis is on learning technical skills and is therefore weighted 70 per cent technical and 30 per cent performance. This first year provides the skills that underpin the second year where the balance between skills and performance becomes equally weighted. This in turn leads to a final year in which rehearsals and performances, public and recorded, together with career advice and support, occupy almost all of the time. Throughout the course students are taught in a variety of small and large classes (maximum 16) depending on the nature of the class. Rehearsal and performance groups are divided according to the level of study and the learning needs of the cohort. Play selection throughout Years 2 and 3 will vary from large ensemble pieces to much more intimate, small-cast plays. During the final year of the course each student will perform in three live stage performances, a screen performance leading to a show reel and a radio play.


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ACTING 1 ACTING THEORY PROJECT PHYSICAL SKILLS 1 SIGING 1 VOICE 1 VOICE

120 CREDITS - Cert HE

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ACTING 2 WORKSHOPS PHYSICAL SKILLS 2 SINGING 2 VOICE 2

240 CREDITS - Dip HE

Y3 ACTING 1 PRODUCTION RECORDED MEDIA SHOWCASE AND AUDITIONS PROFESSIONAL STUDIES VOICE

360 CREDITS - BA (Hons)

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Students need to develop the basic freelance personal management skills in order to operate as a professional actor. In group lectures, workshops and seminars, students will gain professional advice and guidance from tutors and relevant industry professionals and specialists.

EMPLOYABILITY PROSPECTS Graduates from the acting courses work consistently in all branches of performance. Recent graduates are currently employed with The Royal Shakespeare Company, The National Theatre, The BBC and Independent Television, and in film (see Section 2: Graduate Destinations).


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the life of a musician BA (HONS) JAZZ 3 YEARS FULL-TIME UCAS CODE

FACULTY

DURATION

LOCATION

CONTACT

INSTITUTION CODE B34 COURSE CODE 410F

CONSERVATOIRE

3 YEARS FULL-TIME

CITY CENTRE

MUSIC@BCU.AC.UK

+44 (0) 121 331 5500

COURSE OVERVIEW Throughout the course, great emphasis is placed upon developing strong practical skills. Intensive individual tuition is complemented by an array of activities designed to develop individual artistry and musical fluency. Academic studies are delivered from a predominantly practical viewpoint. Musicianship skills are taught through workshops which relate theory to practice and involve student performances. Other contextual studies contribute to the broad framework of musical understanding required by both performers and. Throughout the course students are taught in a variety of small and large classes (maximum 16) depending on the nature of the class. Rehearsal and performance groups are divided according to the level of study and the learning needs of the cohort. This conversion course offers intensive training in practical jazz skills for graduates who have a strong interest in jazz but have not received specialist jazz musicianship training or one-to-one tuition in jazz performance. Alongside the development of solid generic musical and academic skills, you will typically have undertaken some academic modules in jazz as part of your previous study, and will have participated in ensemble.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS You should possess a good Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent. While it is not necessary to demonstrate advanced skills in jazz, you must demonstrate at audition/on your audition recording an appropriate level of musical fluency and technical proficiency in your chosen specialist area, as well as a basic grasp of jazz skills. Throughout the course, great emphasis is placed upon developing strong practical skills. Intensive individual tuition is complemented by an array of activities designed to develop individual artistry and musical fluency. Academic studies are delivered from a predominantly practical viewpoint. Musicianship skills are taught through workshops which relate theory to practice and involve student performances. Other contextual studies contribute to the broad framework of musical understanding required by both performers . Throughout the course, great emphasis is placed upon developing strong practical skills.

‘‘ This conversion course offers intensive training in practical jazz skills for graduates who have a strong interest in jazz but have not received specialist jazz musicianship training or one-to-one.’’


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AUDITION REQUIREMENTS

PRACTICAL WORK • 40 hours of individual specialist tuition per year • Masterclasses • Individual or ensemble coaching • Performance/composition workshops • Ensemble playing • Teaching techniques • Specialist activities in chosen area (please see departmental pages for details) • Option of two years additional second study tuition (see page 39)

• Instrumentalists (percussionists excepted) must perform two pieces (or movements) of different styles and periods of their own choice. Candidates may also be asked to play scales (ABSM Grade VIII standard) and sight-read. • Singers must perform two pieces (or movements) of different styles and periods of their own choice. At least one of the pieces must be an aria (with recitative, if available) from an opera or oratorio. Candidates may also be asked to sight-read. • Percussionists will be asked to play pieces on timpani, drum kit, snare drum and tuned percussion (xylophone, vibraphone or marimba). • Composers must send a portfolio of at least three compositions and a high-quality recording of at least one of these works. Official accompanists will be provided, but you may bring your own accompanist if you prefer.

PRELIMINARY STUDIES 15 CREDITS

PROFESSIONAL PORTFOLIO 15 CREDITS

ACADEMIC WORK • Musicianship (Harmony, Aural, Improvisation, Composition) • Music History • Analysis • Performance Practice • Professional Development

ACADEMIC STUDIES 30 CREDITS

MUSICAL PHILOSOPHIES 30 CREDITS

RESEARCH SEMINARS 15 CREDITS

MMUS STUDY 15 CREDITS • Performance scholarship • Cultural studies • Transcription and editing • Special composition project

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FINAL RECITAL / PORTFOLIO / PROJECT 60 CREDITS

PGDIP

• Performance practice • Analysis for composers • Techniques in musicology • History and practice of community music • Analysis and aesthetics of contemporary jazz.

• Preliminary performance • Preliminary Portfolio • Project proposal • Research proposal


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the power of collaberation SUMMER MUSIC PLACEMENTS: CREATIVE COLLABERATIONS

Students collaberate with Birmingham’s newest type venture This July, Birmingham City University is giving 16 aspiring young radio DJs the opportunity to capture and produce their ultimate summer soundtrack. Driven by the West Midlands Excellence Hub, Sound It Out is the stimulating and innovative new summer venture for the ‘Young Gifted and Talented’, a government project to raise standards in teaching and learning. Angela Morris, Excellence Hub and Gifted & Talented Coordinator, said: “The West Midlands Excellence Hub aims to provide gifted and talented youngsters with a wealth of opportunities designed to stretch and challenge them outside the classroom. Birmingham City University’s Sound It Out programme is a fantastic example of the exciting and innovative events available in the West Midlands.” Sound It Out is giving 16 gifted pupils the opportunity to become part of production team learning to create, produce edit and stream their own radio feature online. Each student will gain hands on experience of a specific role whether it be that of producer, DJ/Presenter, news reader or in charge of adverts and jingles. The pupils will identify with these different roles and tailor them for a specific audience whilst pitching and presenting concepts. Pupils have access to technical studio time which will include; Script writing, Producing, Sound Design, Audio Editing and Mixing, Commentary-to-picture, Voice over, sound effects and Podcasting. Some of the studio time is being spent at the Blue Whale, a high quality digital music studio based in the vibrant Custard Factory, where the teams had the chance to create and

CONTRIBUTORS ADAM GATES: Graphic Design AMY BUTTON : Typography LEWIS KARL : Advertising

Throughout the course students are taught in a variety of small and large classes (maximum 16) depending on the nature of the.

CONTRIBUTORS EDUCATION PROGRAM • GCE/GCSE passes in 5 different subjects including 2* subjects at A2 level (each 40 points minimum). passes should be at Grade C or higher

Jordan Jennings, aged 16 from Hagley High School in Stourbridge, commented: ‘Visiting Blue Whale and being able to create music was brilliant as we had the opportunity to work alongside music professionals in an exciting way and with our own individual roles.’

• Scottish Certificate of Education / Scottish Qualific Authority Intermediate / Higher / Advanced Higher different subjects, of which 3 are at Higher level

Alongside this, the budding radio stars have had the privilege to meet aspiring DJ’s such as Danielle Perry, Kerrang radio’s resident DJ and presenter. She said: “I started working in radio because of my passion for music. It’s so engaging to work around other people who share the love and excitement about our music heritage and the current scene. It’s important to step of the production process and encouraged to consider “rinto the skills they need to develop further and hopefully given them the . Enterprise projects such as these recognise that radio is emerging as an invaluable part of the curriculum and an alternative outlet for students to develop literacy and their

• An International Baccalaureate with a minimum of

• An Irish Leaving Certificate with 5 subjects at grade above, 4 of which are at Higher level. • All other non-UK applicants should have completed a c of secondary education at a high school/college/ conservatoire, including classes in music theory. You normally possess a qualification which would be entry to a university in your home country. • A standard in First Study equivalent to that of the Board’s Grade VIII (Distinction): this may be demo.


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STUDENT PROFILE: MICHEALA GREENWOOD COURSE: PHOTOGRAPHY (FASHION) JOB: JUNIOR PHOTOGRAPHER FOR VOGUE

Micheala scoops job at Vogue 1 month after graduating Driven by the West Midlands Excellence Hub, Sound It Out is the stimulating and innovative new summer venture for the ‘Young Gifted and Talented’, a government project to raise standards in teaching and learning. “The West Midlands Excellence Hub aims to provide gifted and talented youngsters with a wealth of opportunities designed to stretch and challenge them outside the classroom. Birmingham City University’s Sound It Out is giving 16 gifted pupils the opportunity to become part of production team learning to create, produce edit and stream their own radio feature online.

‘‘ Working at Vogue really is a dream job and I’m feel so lucky. I’m cureently working on the retro themed section for the next issue which involves building authentic scenes and curating a new clothes selection. The atmosphere is very busy and friendly. ‘‘ Some of the studio time is being spent at the Blue Whale, a high quality digital music studio based in the vibrant Custard Factory, where the teams had the chance to create and Jordan Jennings, aged 16 from Hagley High School in Stourbridge, commented: ‘Visiting Blue Whale and being able to create music was brilliant as we had the opportunity to work alongside music professionals in an exciting way and with our own individual roles.’ Sound It Out is giving 16 gifted pupils the opportunity to become part of production team learning to create, produce edit and stream their own radio feature online. Each student will gain hands on experience of a specific role whether it be that of producer, DJ/Presenter, news reader or in charge of adverts and jingles. The pupils will identify with these different roles and tailor them for a specific audience whilst pitching and presenting concepts. The pupils will identify with these different roles and tailor them for a specific audience whilst pitching and. presenting concepts.


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BA (HONS) FASHION / 3 YEARS FULL-TIME COURSE OVER VIEW The BMus (Hons) Jazz is a highly specialised course specifically designed to meet the needs of the modern jazz performer. The course is heavily weighted toward practical work, with the majority of time dedicated to one-to-one lessons, small group coaching and private practice. All academic classes support different. Jazz is a highly specialised course specifically designed to meet the needs of the modern jazz performer. You should possess a good Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent. While it is not necessary to demonstrate advanced skills in jazz, you must demonstrate at audition/on your. Jazz is a highly specialised course specifically designed to meet the needs of the modern jazz performer.


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BA (HONS) TEXTILES / 3 YEARS FULL-TIME COURSE OVER VIEW The BMus (Hons) Jazz is a highly specialised course specifically designed to meet the needs of the modern jazz performer. The course is heavily weighted toward practical work, with the majority of time dedicated to one-to-one lessons, small group coaching and private practice. All academic classes support different. Jazz is a highly specialised course specifically designed to meet the needs of the modern jazz performer. You should possess a good Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent. While it is not necessary to demonstrate advanced skills in jazz, you must demonstrate at audition/on your. Jazz is a highly specialised course specifically designed to meet the needs of the modern jazz performer.

BA (HONS) PHOTOGRAPHY / 3 YEARS FULL-TIME COURSE OVER VIEW The BMus (Hons) Jazz is a highly specialised course specifically designed to meet the needs of the modern jazz performer. The course is heavily weighted toward practical work, with the majority of time dedicated to one-to-one lessons, small group coaching and private practice. All academic classes support different. Jazz is a highly specialised course specifically designed to meet the needs of the modern jazz performer. You should possess a good Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent. While it is not necessary to demonstrate advanced skills in jazz, you must demonstrate at audition/on your. Jazz is a highly specialised course specifically designed to meet the needs of the modern jazz performer.


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BA (HONS) FASHION STUDENT HANDBOOK


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YOUR COURSE This July, Birmingham City University is giving 16 aspiring young radio DJs the opportunity to capture and produce their ultimate summer soundtrack. Driven by the West Midlands Excellence Hub, Sound It Out is the stimulating and innovative new summer venture for the ‘Young Gifted and Talented’, a government project to raise standards in teaching and learning. Angela Morris, Excellence Hub and Gifted & Talented Coordinator, said: “The West Midlands Excellence Hub aims to provide gifted and talented youngsters with a wealth of opportunities designed to stretch and challenge them outside the classroom. Birmingham City University’s Sound It Out programme is a fantastic example of the exciting and innovative events available in the West Midlands.” Sound It Out is giving 16 gifted pupils the opportunity to become part of production team learning to create, produce edit and stream their own radio feature online. Each student will gain hands on experience of a specific role whether it be that of producer, DJ/Presenter, news reader or in charge of adverts and jingles. The pupils will identify with these different roles and tailor them for a specific audience whilst pitching and presenting concepts. Pupils have access to technical studio time which will include; Script writing, Producing, Sound Design, Audio Editing and Mixing, Commentary-to-picture, Voice over, sound effects and Podcasting. Some of the studio time is being spent at the Blue Whale, a high quality digital music studio based in the vibrant Custard Factory, where the teams had the chance to create and Jordan Jennings, aged 16 from Hagley High School in Stourbridge, commented: ‘Visiting Blue Whale and being able to create music was brilliant as we had the opportunity to work alongside music professionals in an exciting way and with our own individual roles.’ Alongside this, the budding radio stars have had the privilege to meet aspiring DJ’s such as Danielle Perry, Kerrang radio’s resident DJ and presenter. She said: “I started working in radio because of my passion for music. It’s so engaging to work around other people who share the love and excitement about our music heritage and the current scene. It’s important to step of the production process and encouraged to consider “rinto the skills they need to develop further and hopefully given them the . Enterprise projects such as these recognise that radio is emerging as an invaluable part of the


FASHION STUDENT HANDBOOK

YOUR COURSE This July, Birmingham City University is giving 16 aspiring young radio DJs the opportunity to capture and produce their ultimate summer soundtrack. Driven by the West Midlands Excellence Hub, Sound It Out is the stimulating and innovative new summer venture for the ‘Young Gifted and Talented’, a government project to raise standards in teaching and learning. Angela Morris, Excellence Hub and Gifted & Talented Coordinator, said: “The West Midlands Excellence Hub aims to provide gifted and talented youngsters with a wealth of opportunities designed to stretch and challenge them outside the classroom. Birmingham City University’s Sound It Out programme is a fantastic example of the exciting and innovative events available in the West Midlands.” Sound It Out is giving 16 gifted pupils the opportunity to become part of production team learning to create, produce edit and stream their own radio feature online. Each student will gain hands on experience of a specific role whether it be that of producer, DJ/Presenter, news reader or in charge of adverts and jingles. The pupils will identify with these different roles and tailor them for a specific audience whilst pitching and presenting concepts. Pupils have access to technical studio time which will include; Script writing, Producing, Sound Design, Audio Editing and Mixing, Commentary-to-picture, Voice over, sound effects and Podcasting. Some of the studio time is being spent at the Blue Whale, a high quality digital music studio based in the vibrant Custard Factory, where the teams had the chance to create and


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This pathway is ideal if you intend to pursue a creative career in fashion design, styling, illustration, trend and predictions, promotions, fashion journalism, etc. If you choose the Fashion Design pathway you have the option of producing the following for your major project: Final collection of garments plus associated portfolio work; Portfolio-based final outcome relevant to your individual career aspirations, which typically might include research and trends, illustration, photography, journals, etc. Throughout the course you will be supported by our experienced teaching staff, as well as specialist visiting tutors who are practitioners in the industry, giving you an excellent learning experience in a wide range of fashion specialisms. Not only will you have access to a specialist art and design library on site, with a vast archive of fashion publications dating back to the 1930’s, but there is also a state of the art computer suite with a CAD pattern cutting and design system – GERBER that is widely used in the Global fashion industry.


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NEW LITERATURE CONCEPTS

PROFESSIONAL CONNECTIONS

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eu ligula non orci suscipit auctor ut et lorem. Proin elementum risus sit amet justo egestas in pharetra nisi pretium. Curabitur placerat iaculis dignissim. Phasellus eu semper neque. Sed quam nunc, vestibulum non sagittis eu, molestie vitae nisi. Vivamus orci diam, aliquam quis porttitor in, vestibulum non turpis. Aenean bibendum nunc a elit commodo semper. Vivamus sem felis, tincidunt id rutrum quis, rutrum et metus. Suspendisse nec odio felis, et lacinia felis. Aenean feugiat convallis orci, et dictum justo interdum quis. Integer nibh augue, sollicitudin a dapibus vitae, consequat volutpat purus. Quisque eu nunc sed turpis fermentum pulvinar id vitae sapien. Phasellus quis est non neque aliquam vulputate ut non risus. Donec sollicitudin sapien at dolor luctus porttitor. Curabitur laoreet semper dolor sed gravida. Suspendisse vel mauris vitae risus tempus congue pharetra a sapien. In at diam magna. Nunc et metus sed arcu sodales. Etiam iaculis fermentum fringilla. Nulla ut nunc et dui pellentesque vestibulum vitae sit amet augue.

AUDITIONS The following courses require an audition: • BA (Hons) Acting • PgDip/MA Acting • PgDip Physical Theatre

INTERVIEWS The following courses require an interview: • BA (Hons) Community and Applied Theatre • BA (Hons) Community and Applied Dance Theatre • BA (Hons) Stage Management • PgDip/MA Professional Voice Practice • PgDip/MA Acting: the British Tradition It is possible that you might be asked to participate in a short workshop or other exercise associated with the course short workshop that.

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WELCOME

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ALUMNI

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OUR FACILTIES

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ACCOMODATION

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INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

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OUR COURSES

31 - 40

OPPORTUNITY

41 - 46

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

47 - 50

HOW TO FIND US

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STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP

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STUDENT EXPECTATION Nam tellus odio, rutrum vel fermentum vitae, aliquet eu sapien. Nam in aliquam orci. Ut in arcu nunc, nec egestas tortor. Cras ac orci nisl. In in nulla neque. Ut felis sapien, suscipit ac elementum at, rhoncus quis odio. Proin hendrerit velit id nisi dictum sollicitudin. Vivamus eget neque leo, sed ultricies nisl. Praesent viverra tortor et turpis consectetur consectetur. Fusce convallis tempus tortor quis feugiat. Fusce a libero mauris, in lobortis sem. In vitae elit in ante ornare iaculis. Vivamus velit ante, vestibulum eget viverra ut, pulvinar eget nunc. Nam dolor mauris, iaculis ac dignissim ut, pretium volutpat sapien. Quisque egestas dignissim leo et imperdiet. Donec et enim eget eros elementum posuere. Phasellus suscipit feugiat elit. Suspendisse vel ante urna. Aenean lobortis accumsan nisi in viverra. In at odio non erat venenatis tincidunt. Suspendisse at dictum elit. Etiam fringilla laoreet magna at vulputate. Nullam non massa vitae diam tincidunt mattis. Mauris vehicula condimentum mauris, in pellentesque eros bibendum in. Morbi consectetur eros et purus lacinia semper. Praesent posuere lectus nec odio aliquam vel ornare turpis pretium. Fusce dapibus, nunc suscipit porta ultricies, est dolor viverra est, in mattis risus neque ac mi. Nulla sit amet nisl ante, ut consectetur leo. Mauris ullamcorper massa sed quam malesuada et adipiscing nibh congue. Cras feugiat velit id turpis elementum commodo. Praesent fermentum, enim et pellentesque eleifend, dui ligula faucibus leo, in congue neque augue blandit felis. Aliquam.

CAREERS FROM NETWORKING STUDENT EXPECTATION Nam tellus odio, rutrum vel fermentum vitae, aliquet eu sapien. Nam in aliquam orci. Ut in arcu nunc, nec egestas tortor. Cras ac orci nisl. In in nulla neque. Ut felis sapien, suscipit ac elementum at, rhoncus quis odio. Proin hendrerit velit id nisi dictum sollicitudin. Vivamus eget neque leo, sed ultricies nisl. Praesent viverra tortor et turpis consectetur consectetur. Fusce convallis tempus tortor quis feugiat. Fusce a libero mauris, in lobortis sem. In vitae elit in ante ornare iaculis. Vivamus velit ante, vestibulum eget viverra ut, pulvinar eget nunc. Nam dolor mauris, iaculis ac dignissim ut, pretium volutpat sapien. Quisque egestas dignissim leo et imperdiet. Donec et enim eget eros elementum posuere. Phasellus suscipit feugiat elit. Suspendisse vel ante urna. Aenean lobortis accumsan nisi in viverra. In at odio non erat venenatis tincidunt. Suspendisse at dictum. lobortis accumsan nisi in viverra. In at odio non erat venenatis tincidunt. Suspendisse at dictum.

Etiam fringilla laoreet magna at vulputate. Nullam non massa vitae diam tincidunt mattis. Mauris vehicula condimentum mauris, in pellentesque eros bibendum in. Morbi consectetur eros et purus lacinia semper. Praesent posuere lectus nec odio aliquam vel ornare turpis pretium. Fusce dapibus, nunc suscipit porta ultricies, est dolor viverra est, in mattis risus neque ac mi. Nulla sit amet nisl ante, ut consectetur leo. Mauris ullamcorper massa sed quam malesuada et adipiscing nibh congue. Cras feugiat velit id turpis elementum commodo. Praesent fermentum, enim et pellentesque eleifend, dui ligula faucibus leo, in congue neque augue blandit felis. Aliquam. Praesent fermentum, enim et pellentesque eleifend, dui ligula faucibus leo, in congue neque augue blandit felis. Aliquam. Praesent fermentum, enim et pellentesque eleifend, dui ligula faucibus leo, in congue neque augue blandit felis. Aliquam.


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Information Design


CAMPUS SIGNAGE

CITY NORTH CAMPUS

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BIAD DOOR DESIGN AND SIGNAGE

BIRMINGHAM INSTITUTE OF ART AND DESIGN

PAUL SLOCOMBE Level 6 Co-ordinator


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BIRMINGHAM INSTITUTE OF ART AND DESIGN

DAVID OSBALDESTIN Level 6 Co-ordinator


MAPS TO BCU CAMPUSES TO SUTTON COLDFIELD

TO WALSALL

CITY NORTH CAMPUS PERRY BARR

TO TAMWORTH AND LICHFIELD

WEST BROMWICH

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TO SUTTON COLDFIELD

TO WALSALL

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MOTORWAY MAP

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CITY NORTH CAMPUS GOSTA GREEN (BIAD)* MILLENNIUM POINT VITTORIA STREET (BIAD)* MARGARET STREET BIRMINGHAM CONSERVATOIRE BOURVILLE (BIAD)* * Birmingham Institute of Art and Design

TO STRATFORD-DUPON-AVON

4 M40

OXFORD

LONDON


TO M6 J7 TO M5 J1

TO M6 J6

WALSALL

BIRMINGHAM CONSERVATOIRE

TO M42/M40 COVENTRY/ WARWICK/ STATFORD/ NEC/ BIA

TO M5 J2/3

MOTORWAY MAP MANCHESTER/ NW

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WARWICK COUNTY CRICKET GROUND/ CADBURY WORLD

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TO M6 J5 TO M6 J7 TO M5 J1

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WALSALL

BIRMINGHAM SCHOOL OF ACTING (MILLENNIUM POINT)

TO M5 J2/3

TO M42/M40 COVENTRY/ WARWICK/ STATFORD/ NEC/ BIA

MOTORWAY MAP TO M5 J4/M42 J1 WARWICK COUNTY CRICKET GROUND/ CADBURY WORLD

MANCHESTER/ NW

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Sarah Carter, 2009

Birmingham City University  

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