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Fine Art & Photography

Swansea College of Art UWTSD Fine Art / Photography Photojournalism / Digital Film & Television Production Computer Animation / Digital Arts Computer Games Design / Sonic Art Music Technology / Film and Visual Culture / New Media Production Product Design / Automotive Design Transport Design / Glass Surface Pattern Design Textiles Advertising and Brand Design Illustration / Graphic Design Certificate of Higher Education Art & Design Foundation

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Contents Why choose Swansea College of Art UWTSD


Location and Facilities Our Students Our Teaching Our Research Things to do in Swansea

BA/MArts Photography 2 in the Arts 4 5 BA/MArts Photojournalism & 6 Documentary Photography 8

Photography 36 40 42

MA Photography 48 Foundation 10 Cert HE 12 Student Support 60 Art & Design Foundation Accomodation 60 How to apply 62 Fine Art 14 Other courses 66

Tom Falkenburg

BA/MArts Fine Art Studio 18 Site & Context MA Fine Art 22

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It’s an art school Experience in a Contemporary University... Our location You will find bays and beaches, surfing and sailing, climbing and canoeing, swimming and cycling – it’s all here. With soaring limestone cliffs, small “smugglers’ coves”, castles and historic buildings and breathtaking stretches of long There are all the amenities and sandy beaches, the scenery is both cultural activities that you would expect to find in a modern, vibrant, spectacular and inspiring, and all university city – theatres, cinemas, on your doorstep. excellent galleries, museums, restaurants, bars and great Our Facilities student nightlife. Swansea is a seaside city, a great place to live and study: big enough to offer you the space you need; small enough to make you feel that you belong.

We also have an award-winning maritime quarter, a multi-million pound Waterfront Museum and the Wales National Swimming Pool. And what’s more, the cost of living here is very reasonable compared with most other university towns and cities.

We respect and celebrate our traditions. This is why we have retained traditional equipment and processes in the areas of ceramics, glass, printmaking and photography. But we are also forward-looking, and the Faculty is bristling with new technology.

Just on our doorstep, beyond the Mumbles, lies the Gower Peninsula, the UK’s first officially designated “Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty” and also great for surfing.

We are proud to have the latest Apple Mac digital equipment for all our programmes, and we also have specialist state-of-the-art equipment to meet the needs of individual programmes, from a water jet cutter, digital photographic and textile printers, laser cutters and digital ceramic print facilities to editing suites and video resources, including access to the latest Ultra HD RED camera.

Swansea has real people, real personality and is probably one of the most exciting cities in the UK to be in right now. We are just three hours from London and 2.5 hours from Birmingham. We have excellent motorway (M4) and mainline railway links.

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‘I feel that the tutors have had a huge impact on helping me to expand the way I work. In doing so I have found a way of producing work that I love.” Maria Bridger

So, whether you choose to work with traditional processes or new technologies, or across both, we have it here for you. The creative possibilities are as exciting as they are enormous. | 3

Our students It is due largely to our students and our graduates over 160 years that we have built the reputation that we have. Many have gone on to distinguished careers in the arts, some have established multimillion pound design companies, or are working as freelance artists. Others are working for Lego, MacLaren, Jimmy Choo or well-known filmmakers and media producers, including the BBC and ITV. Our students are continually winning awards and are given the opportunity to exhibit throughout their courses. Graduate shows take place in Swansea and London with students showcasing their work at prestigious exhibitions including New Designers, Free Range and New Blood.

Our teaching All our programmes benefit from a team of highly qualified staff who are research active, are exhibiting both nationally and abroad and are often involved in projects with Industry. The amount of contact time students get with our staff is among the highest in the country. Our links / employability We have designed modules that will help you gain employment skills and have excellent links with the creative industries and major manufacturing companies so that when you graduate you already have a ‘foot in the door’.

Other students protect their ideas at this stage with design registrations or patent applications with the support of the University. We have an excellent range of visiting lecturers and the Faculty regularly holds conferences and symposia that give you a much broader understanding of art and design. Most recent were two exhibitions and symposia in Illustration and Fine Art/Drawing that attracted international artists and speakers.

In the third year you are encouraged to enter national and international art and design competitions and undertake external projects that apply your individual creativity, extend your portfolio and your professional profile. Live projects with external clients are also an important part of each course and every student will leave with experience of projects that demonstrate their ability to do it ‘for real’ (see programme details for examples). In the Professional Promotion, Marketing and Exhibition modules students develop their own ‘brand identity’ to promote themselves and prepare for professional employment. Some arrange interviews with high-level professionals from organisations such as The Photographers’ Gallery and Saatchi & Saatchi, often resulting in employment and placements.

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More Opportunities During your time with us you will have the opportunity to study abroad with the Erasmus exchange programme - currently running with universities in Norway, Barcelona and Finland. Students can also take up the opportunity to study a semester in the USA. Our research Swansea College of Art has a long and established record of excellence in research in Art, Design and Media. Each of our Schools has an established and vibrant postgraduate culture that embraces a dynamic MA/ MSc taught master’s portfolio, MPhil/PhD research programmes and post-doctoral research of the highest standard. The 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF) categorised 95.8% of our research as being of world renown or internationally excellent. The Creative Industries Research and Innovation Centre (CIRIC) acts as a catalyst for developing and maintaining our strong international partnerships and industry links. CIRIC is an innovative, entrepreneurial and commercial centre that fosters knowledge transfer between the University and the private sector.

The College of Art has four integrated research hubs covering Contemporary Fine Arts, Contemporary Crafts, Life-Science & Health and the Digital Creative Industries. These hubs cover a wide and growing number of specific research centres such as CLASI (The Centre for Lens Arts and Science Interaction), ISD (Institute for Sustainable Design), IPCRES (The International Project Centre for Research into Events and Situations) and ATIC (Assistive Technologies Innovation Centre). We hold regular public symposia and research forums with speakers of international renown.

The Fine Art degree course provides a stimulating environment that continuously encourages students to develop and express their own individual visual language. Workshops offer the opportunity to enhance skills and the support from the tutors and technicians is invaluable. Nicola Dowdle

The research and practice of all staff in the College enriches our postgraduate programmes and ensures their currency. Staff are invited to exhibit at prestigious international events and venues such as the Venice Biennale and the Three Gorges Museum in China. The combination of location, cutting-edge facilities and internationally recognised research profile makes Swansea College of Art at UWTSD a leading centre for research and postgraduate studies.

Image: Michael Sheen in the Port Talbot Passion filmed by students on work experience with Moving Image Wales

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Things to do in Swansea In town


Visit the many art galleries and museums, including the Mission, Elysium and Glynn Vivian, the National Waterfront Museum and Swansea Museum. Try the slides at the LC, Wales’ biggest indoor waterpark. Have a go at kite surfing, volley ball or paddle boarding at the beach. Enjoy a big night out in Wind Street. Buy a warm Welsh cake in the largest covered market in Wales. Go to the top of Wales’ tallest building There are also plans for a £1bn transformation of the city centre and a tidal lagoon.

Visit this spectacular peninsula, the first designated area of outstanding natural beauty in the UK, home to around 50 unspoiled beaches, coves and bays Feast your eyes on Three Cliffs Bay, voted one of the top four views in Britain (Britain’s Favourite Views, ITV). Picnic at Rhossili, voted one of the top 25 beaches in the world (The Sunday Times) and 3rd in the UK (2015 Trip Advisor Travellers’ Choice Awards). Ride the waves at Llangennith, a top 10 UK surf spot. There’s also an airport for parachuting and paragliding.

Mumbles Take a trip to the beach - Langland or Caswell - for a sandwich and a surf. Get an ice cream from Joes. Browse the shops in Newton Road Explore Oystermouth Castle. Uplands Relax in the bars/restaurants Visit Dylan Thomas’ childhood park, Cwmdonkin, for a cup of tea Stroll around the monthly street market.

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Karen Richardson

The course is an introduction to study within Art and Design and provides a foundation for students entering art college and experiencing studio based teaching and learning for the first time.

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Certificate of Higher Education Art and Design Foundation | 11

This is a one year course and a great introduction to studying Art & Design at HE level. At the start of the course you will be introduced to the following specialist areas of study before specializing after the first term. • Fine art • Graphic Design • Illustration • Advertising and Brand Design • Fashion • Textiles • 3D Design • Architecture • Digital and Lens-based Media • Photography • Animation • Jewellery • Applied Art • Furniture design • Glass • Games Design • History of Art • Interior Architecture/Design • Product Design UCAS Code: F4W8 Location: Swansea Contact: Katherine Clewett Duration: 1 year full time

The busy studios provide a friendly, enthusiastic atmosphere where you can develop your work and gain confidence. The course will offer you the time and space to discover where your strengths lie, to challenge and extend your skills and abilities, and to successfully identify your future direction and career. The staff team will give you support, guidance and expert tuition throughout the year, and will help your decision making at every stage. The course offers direct progression onto the degree or integrated master’s courses at Swansea College of Art for all students who pass the course. It also supports further applications to courses elsewhere or progression into employment. Students will be taught at the University’s city centre Art & Design Campus giving students access to a vast array of traditional and state of the art workshops and learning facilities in the Dynevor and ALEX buildings. The course allows students to access all the usual student funding open to degree students. A UWTSD bursary may be available.

The course is made up of 6 modules. Madeleine Tomalin Reeves

Cert HE: Art & Design Foundation

Semester 1 Students complete 3 modules: Introduction to Art and Design provides a broad introduction the studio environment delivered through a carousel of specialist area projects.

The modules are delivered through contextual introductions to projects, a range of workshops and classes, lectures and study visits. Students are guided and assessed through group and individual tutorials and critiques. Contextual and historical studies are embedded into all the modules.

Experimentation to Specialisation encourages experimentation, and guides students towards specialist study choices. Students produce a written assignment. Developing Specialist Practice and Preparing for Progression permits students to develop their practice and assists them in the preparation of a portfolio of visual and practical work to support progression onto further study. Semester 2 students complete 3 further Modules: Developing Personal Practice provides a further period for the development of personal practice and the portfolio. Students work in an increasingly independent manner and apply the knowledge and experience gained during semester 1. Major Project: Development and Theoretical Approaches requires that students extend their visual and contextual research to produce a written outcome and development towards a major project. Major Project: Realisation and Presentation requires students to produce a substantial body of work and an appropriate exhibition of outcomes.

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sheree Naqvi

Are you a creative person who likes to experiment with ideas? The Swansea Fine Art Course offers an exciting programme where you can express your ideas through a variety of visual media – painting, drawing, installation, performance, 3D, photography and video.

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What makes the Fine Art course special? Students who study Fine Art, at Swansea are encouraged to develop a personal language through the exploration of a broad range of conceptual and material approaches, these include painting, drawing, photography, video, installation, site responsive work, sculpture in metal, clay, resign, stone and glass, and performative work. The course facilities a contemporary understating with support from our experienced technical staff and excellently equipped Faculty workshops together with the knowledge and experience of our lecturers, all of whom are practicing artist.

Fine Art in Swansea is a studio based course and all students are allocated a working space within our expansive former gymnasiums. Students also have access to temporary installation spaces, a broad range of workshops and the life drawing studio. As the expanded course title suggests Fine Art: Studio Site and Context, is a course which emphasizes learning through making, responding and engaging.

Evion Sven-Myer

The Fine Art programme at Swansea also encourages students to enjoy discussions and debates around contemporary art and to engage with the lively gallery and studio culture of the city. Fine Art has dynamic links with artist led organizations such as the Elysium and established galleries which include the Mission and recently

reopened Glynn Vivian. In the summer, we transform our studio spaces into art galleries for the end of year shows and also to host international exhibitors such as the BEEP painting prize, offering our students the opportunity to immerse themselves in a diverse experience of contemporary art within the college.

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BA (Hons) / MArts (Hons) Fine Art, Studio, Site & Context

BA UCAS Code: 2T12 MArts UCAS Code: M5A7 Location: Swansea Contact: Catrin Webster

Year 1/Level 4 is an exciting period of investigation and experience. You will be introduced to various materials and techniques, explore research methods and develop a personal structure and time management for your studio practice. You will also start weekly Visual Studies and Historical & Contextual Studies classes. Throughout the first Semester you will experience a rich, intensive and varied programme, exploring drawing, painting, printing, 3D and video. This will be an essential learning period where your understanding of different materials and processes will support your major studio experience. This enables you to become familiar with a range of media and techniques. These different processes are therefore at your disposal for the remainder of your studies and as a graduate, enabling you to utilise the most appropriate methods for your conceptual concerns and facilitating a rigorous and refined visual language with which to express your creative ideas. Your experiences in Semester 1 will enable you to begin exploring your personal journey within your practice. You will continue to explore drawing every week and will have a day spent in the Life Drawing room where you will be given advice and new ways to draw the figure.

From the first semester onwards you are encouraged to develop your ideas/concepts in a highly individual manner, to push the boundaries and to take these ideas in unusual directions. At every stage of the work, students will be challenged and expected to employ both convergent and divergent thinking in the processes of research, observation, investigation and speculative enquiry. By the end of Year 1 you will be ready to embark on your chosen ideas/concepts. Year 2 / Level 5 Year 2/Level 5 allows you the opportunity to build upon ideas you will have been encouraged to start at Level 1. You will be persuaded to take risks with your work, develop confidence through dealing with processes, to challenge conventions and to evaluate your individual approach. There will be regular year group critiques.

Phillip Cheater

Staff support, and a wide range of workshops, enables students to reflect on their position within a wider contemporary culture. In turn this fosters and encourages best practice and a challenging visual dialogue, providing a discursive environment. The purpose is to enable students to understand the complexities and significance of questioning and exchange and to work towards practical solutions in their individually chosen, appropriate media. An emphasis is placed upon equipping students with a wide range of techniques and processes and promoting the understanding of a broad range of media across the Fine Art portfolio.

Within the context of Fine Art all media are considered equal. Students are encouraged to experiment with any medium relevant to their ideas or conversely to further develop ideas as suggested by medium. The relationship between concept and material is always discussed within these studio processes.

Catrin Jones

Through workshops, lectures, seminars and visits, students develop a sound understanding of contemporary art practice. Emphasis is placed on innovation with materials and techniques, supported and encouraged by highly experienced tutors, all of whom are high-profile practitioners within the art world.

Year 1 / Level 4

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Year 3 / Level 6

Your programme of study within the major module is self-directed with regular tutorials throughout. A dissertation contextualises your practice and offers you the opportunity to delve deeper into the ideas and concepts you are investigating. Semester 6 is entirely student-led and culminates in a body of work that fully expresses your creative journey. This work is exhibited in a public space and is known as your final show.

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A strong emphasis is placed on conceptual development, as is a sound understanding of the issues and expectations associated with a Fine Art practice. The three years will offer you an individual perspective on the visual arts and its possibilities, it will provide you with transferable skills for future work placements or further academic study. Kathryn Williams

This is a large exhibition space and importantly, the students are identified strongly with Swansea College of Art, the city and its culture. The Fine Art degree show has become a very popular and anticipated fixture in the Swansea and south Wales arts calendar.

Year 3 will also include Marketing & Self-Promotion studies, through which you will gain an insight and an understanding of the digital portfolio and websites, as well as marketing and self-promotion.

Year 4/Level 7 (MArts only) Students progressing onto the Integrated Master’s will be encouraged to expand upon their creative and philosophical thinking. As with the MA Contemporary Dialogues – the Fine Art pathway, you will get the opportunity to explore influences and experiences from other creative disciplines. This interaction between dialogues will help to expand your knowledge and broaden your creative practice that will, in turn, reflect in and intensify your own personal visual vocabulary that you will have nurtured in the first three years of the programme. Rhiannon Ames

The degree show is held on campus in the Fine Art studios; several weeks’ preparatory work in terms of building spaces and designing the exhibition are required.

There will be BIG CRITS presentations throughout the third year where you will be given the opportunity to present your work to your year group in a professional manner.

Laura Challinor

In Year 3 you will be contextualising your work and developing a clear direction for your practice. This is the year for preparing yourself and your work for your degree showcase and enjoying the experience of curating your degree show as a team. The team spirit, the excitement of creating a group show and the final outcome makes the third year an exciting experience. Students engage in key curating tasks, including designing the show, fundraising for the catalogue and developing expertise in the appropriateness of scale and materials. | 21

MA Fine Art

During the course of your programme of study you will be supported by specialist staff, leading professionals and practicing artists through seminars, workshops and tutorials. We have exceptional traditional and digital facilities, housed in spacious purpose-build workshops. Through these, we encourage creative freedom within all of our students and support you in challenging conventional thinking and established practices and facilitate new technological advances across a broad range of disciplines. We have found that through collaborative experimentation and innovative design thinking our students are able to produce work that meets the challenges of industry and modern society.

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Induction workshops and facilities include: • Traditional printing, dyeing andmanipulation • Laser cutting, etching and engraving • Water jet cutting • Traditional and digital stitch • Metal work • Construction techniques in hand and machine knitting • Needle-punching • Video editing and a fully equipped TV studio • Printmaking • Apple Mac Computing suites and Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop • Dedicated AVA Textiles software • 3D, Digital and Textile printers • Chemical darkrooms • Firing kilns for glass and ceramics The second part of the programme consists of a student-directed project which, together with an integrated report forms the final submission for the programme. In this phase, you will have the freedom to deliver an in-depth investigation to a self-defined question, the execution of this project is a process of negotiation between student and project director.

Hannah Downing

In the first part of the programme you will complete a series of taught modules, in these you will participate in multidisciplinary exchanges through seminars and lectures, involving students from all programmes within the contemporary dialogues portfolio, to stimulate new perspectives and challenge directions. The cross fertilisation of ideas through such dialogues is expected to promote a rethinking of the perceptions and production techniques appropriate to your discipline. Throughout the taught part of the programme you will be expected to undertake materials investigations and research into contemporary themes, with consideration given to environmental, economic, social, and cultural issues. | 23

Facilities The department has a traditional printmaking area equipped for etching, linocut, monoprinting and silkscreen printing. The metal workshop has plasma cutters, welding and sandblasting equipment. The resin workshop includes a plaster and mouldmaking area and uses industrial processes. The kilns in the ceramics studio are also used for fusing glass. The new water jet cutter allows for even greater exploration and experimentation with metal, stone, glass, wood and felt. As well as the life room, the department also includes large and flexible studios for all year groups. At Swansea a growing interest in investigating the wider potential of 3D and sculptural concerns has been identified among current and potential students. These workshops encourage experimentation with the widest possible range of processes and display mechanisms. Installation rooms are provided for students to explore the important relationship between made object, space and environment. The understanding of the modes of presentation is intrinsically linked with workshop processes, activities and outcome.

In addition there is an ongoing project to provide an interdisciplinary space to expand upon the existing provision of the moving image. This space between the Photographic and Fine Art course we have called the third space, which encourages students to consider the potential of the moving image as an additional or alternative means of expression. Additional facilities and opportunities are as follows: Print Workshop Creative Digital Art Suite Installation Spaces Off-site project space Brecon Beacons Youth Hostel Project London Trip The Faculty of Art & Design houses the Creative Industries Research and Innovation Centre (CIRIC), which fosters research and innovation in Textiles and the Applied Arts and provides invaluable links to industry.

The course also offers access to both chemical and digital photographic dark rooms. There is an interesting tension between the tactile experience of the material world and the increasing digital virtual one we are now part of. This creates a dynamic juxtaposition that needs to be addressed within a creative environment.

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Industry Links We are fortunate to have links with established galleries throughout the UK and students have valuable professional experiences as part of their Professional Studies and Major/ External Liaison Project. Students have worked with Artes Mundi International Prize and at the Venice Biennale. In addition students have arranged exhibitions of their work at external venues in and around Swansea. We have always enjoyed positive feedback from our degree shows and this kind of exposure often leads to exciting career possibilities. Many of our students go on to postgraduate courses throughout the UK and beyond, and develop successful careers as exhibiting artists, curators, arts administrators, lecturers and designers. Some have established artist-led initiatives such as the networking group SUSI, Framework and the gallery Elysium. Our policy is to offer you a greater understanding of the arts and to invite in many interesting and exciting practitioners whose work inspires and provokes. Our visiting lecturers work from many different perspectives.

Karen Mackinnon – Director of Artes Mundi International Arts Prize Sean Edwards - painter Fern Thomas - conceptual artist (relational aesthetics) Julian Wild - conceptual artist Owen Griffiths - conceptual artist (relational aesthetics) Alex Duncan - conceptual artist Angharad Pearce Jones - sculptor Anthony Shapland - Director of G39 Gallery Gordon Dalton - Education Officer at the Glynn Vivian Gallery Terry Setch - artist Dalit Leon - painter/printmaker We have developed links with a wide professional spectrum including art-related organisations, galleries and collective studio/ gallery environments. We also liaise with certain organisations to create special student events. These range, for example, from events at the Glynn Vivian Gallery, Swansea, held to coincide with its exciting exhibition programme, to presentations on professional practice and opportunities by Arts Council of Wales officers, to the Mission Gallery prize for a graduating Fine Art student and the Wales Millennium Centre Graduate Show.

Professor Brian Catling – artist and Head of Fine Art Oxford Rebecca Hind – painter Holly Slingsby – performance artist Paul Granjon – media art and performance artist Tila Rodriguez-Past – video artist Paul Emmanuel – video artist

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Abigail Littlewood

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Graduate Employment Directions Recent graduates from Fine Art have gone on to pursue a range of career options, including freelance artist, visual arts practice, arts administration, curating, developing artist-led initiatives such as the Exposure, Red Door, Framework and Elysium galleries and networking projects. Teaching and lecturing positions. Others pursue postgraduate study at Master’s and PhD levels.

Sheree Naqvi

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Nicola Dowdle

”The course provides a golden opportunity to think and work like an artist. There are no limits to your imagination. This is a challenging but a really exciting three-year journey. The course allows you to use multimedia, such as performance, photography, painting/drawing and so much more. Working with lovely staff is a real bonus.” | 29

10 Fascinating Facts about Fine Art at Swansea 01

Your own studio space in an environment conducive to developing ideas and concepts.


Adventurous annual field trips are organised to the most evocative places in Wales.


A friendly and supportive atmosphere in the heart of the city centre.



The staff are internationally renowned artists in their own right and exhibit diverse and exciting cutting-edge practices.

A great opportunity to find your niche in life, through dialogue and studio involvement you find out more about yourself and your career interests.


The Fine Art course is located in the centre of Swansea with access to sea, city and mountains.

The staff promote individual thought and will always give constructive support for your ideas and concepts, nurturing you to think ‘outside the box’.


You are encouraged to challenge your work, make mistakes and turn those mistakes into positive ideas.


Great facilities that offer valuable opportunities to expand on skills such as ceramics, woodwork, metal, mould-making, casting, life drawing, print and photography.


Organised visits to London and Europe to see a broad spectrum of contemporary art in the private and public gallery systems.

Jesse Loveday


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Fine Art Staff

Dr Catrin Webster

Sue works with the concept of conversation, conveying ‘life’s stuff’ through provocative drawing and painting installations, dance theatre installation and film. She has achieved international acclaim, having been selected as the only British artist in Artes Mundi 2006 and as a recipient of many awards, including a major Arts Council of Wales Award 2015 which supports her collaboration with an international cardiologist. Craig Wood Craig is a multidisciplinary artist whose work encompasses sculpture, text, lens-based practice and curation. He exhibits widely in both the UK and internationally and has been the recipient of the DAAD award in Berlin and the Gregory Fellowship in Sculpture through the Henry Moore Foundation.

Theory & contextual studies team Marilyn Allen Marilyn Allen is an artist, writer, theorist, and one half of the collaborative double act ‘matthews and allen’. Her praxis is one of critical disruption, incorporating humour, performance writing and a ludic approach to language. Marilyn plays a game with language, wherein the exception explicates the rule. Sarah Toombs Sarah is a practising sculptor. In a career spanning over 25 years she has undertaken numerous public commissions and exhibited widely both nationally and internationally. Her lecturing experience includes many art colleges, including, Wimbledon, Norwich and Canterbury Schools of Art, Bath Spa, Keele University and the National Gallery London.

Professor Tim Davies Tims’ multi-media practice often involves site-responsive work, such as his solo show in 2011 when he represented Wales at the Venice Biennale. He is currently preparing new video pieces for a project in Vancouver and has recently been awarded a lens-based public art commission for the Thames Tideway Tunnel scheme in Battersea, London. Sue Williams

Catrin is a painter exploring and extending painting practice through collaboration and dialogue: ‘To consider potential relationships between image and space; colour and environment; experience and gesture.’ Her work has included investigations with paint, sound and video. She has exhibited nationally and internationally, including solo shows in Rome and Reykjavik.

Professor Sue Williams

Catrin Webster

The teaching team has a considerable international reputation within their individual fields and these combined experiences provide a range of expertise from painting, drawing, video, installation, site specificity, curatorship and publishing. These ventures all contribute to a very hands-on experiencebased knowledge of both curating and exhibiting which has a strong and energising effect on students. It instills a sense of real application and by demystifying professional practice, provides an accessible model for students that they find engaging and inspiring. Consequently a direct connection is made between the international platforms of contemporary practice and the students’ studio spaces.

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Stine Aas Nundal

Emily O’Grady

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What makes the Photography course special? Digital technology has created a cultural context where everyone is now a mobile image-maker. Whether using phones or traditional cameras, the production of photographic imagery has become a visual phenomenon that dominates all areas of communication within our society. The photography programmes provide an exciting platform from which to explore the unique and critical position of the photographic image within contemporary culture at this exciting time. From experimental photographic art practice to the narrative possibilities of documentary, students are encouraged to consider the established traditions of their medium and to then challenge these conventions through the development of their own unique voice.

The programmes provide support for traditional and digital technical skills through a series of workshops, and provoke theoretical investigations with lectures, seminars, tutorials and independent research projects. Within this educational process students are allowed the freedom to explore and create their own self-directed visual practice, which is then applied using our extensive professional links, to the multiple possibilities of the contemporary media, art and commercial industries.

Stuart Hardie

The MArts and BA (Hons) Photojournalism & Documentary Photography course promotes well-established skills associated with the practice combined with a contemporary perspective of documentation as a subjective medium: projects emphasise the construction of photo-essays, image and text, multimedia and the application of journalistic principles to self-initiated ideas.

The MArts and BA (Hons) Photography in the Arts course encourages students to explore and challenge the conventions of contemporary photographic art practice, allowing for a flexible approach to image-making in relation to both subject-matter and technique. Students are expected to undertake an extensive, risk-taking enquiry into the possibilities of the medium.

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BA (Hons) / MArts (Hons) Photography in the Arts

This enquiry encompasses a rigorous and wide-reaching understanding of all aspects of photography, its history, theory, and practice and, as such, reflects the increasingly interdisciplinary nature of photographic practice within the contemporary arts. The programme is predominantly selfdirected and allows for a flexible approach to image-making in relation to both subject-matter and technique. While focusing on the notion of photography as conceptual art practice, the programme also emphasises the importance of linking individual personal photographic development to commercial applications. The photography department has strong links with both the art and commercial media industries, which are utilised through, and strengthened by, the regular visiting lecturer programme. Swansea College of Art has also

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Year 1/Level 4

recognised the need to extend the opportunity of personal practice and research for students beyond BA level, toward the provision of an Integrated Master’s within this subject discipline. This integrated pathway represents a natural expansion of the existing programme that has been established for a number of years. The new programme will be part of a wider portfolio that will complement the existing Master’s programmes, and areas of faculty research.

Photography Production Photographic Art Practice Fugitive Testimonies Individual Practice Visual Studies Contextual Studies The first year provides a thorough and intensive grounding in key techniques, theories and concepts through a series of projects supported by regular contextual seminars, group tutorials and critiques. Students are initially required to work with traditional photographic materials (both black & white and colour) while also attending workshops on digital capture and output.

Modules are delivered through a series of lectures, workshops and assignments, which deal with all areas of photographic application and the acquisition of both practical and critical knowledge. Through tutorials and critiques, students are encouraged to produce photographic work that asks questions of their subject, and just as importantly, tests the parameters of photographic practice. The course offers a broad and friendly programme that allows students to explore a wide range of techniques, materials and styles in order to determine personal strengths and eventual career directions. BA UCAS Code: W643 MArts UCAS Code: 123L Location: Swansea Contact: Hamish Gane

Nora Lerstol

The philosophical emphasis of the Photography in the Arts course is to encourage students to explore and challenge the conventions of contemporary photographic art practice. Acknowledging that ‘photography’ may refer to a wide range of photographic forms, and may be utilised as both a tool of ‘documentation’ and of ‘expression’, students are expected to undertake an extensive, risk-taking enquiry into the possibilities of the medium, with individual creativity and personal ambition at the core of the course’s philosophy. | 41

Year 2/Level 5

Year 4/Level 7 (MArts only)

Collaborative Photographic Practice Experimental Strategies Professional Photographic Practice Personal Philosophies Visual Studies Contextual Studies

The Thought Experiment Advanced Critical Thinking Principal Project

During year two, students continue to explore the myriad photographic possibilities, with risk-taking and experimentation very much encouraged, while beginning to forge an individual path through extended individual projects. Popular and important aspects of this year are a sitespecific group exhibition within Collaborative Photographic Practice and a self-published photographic book assignment.

The fourth year is designed to further develop and enhance individual practice and to facilitate the creation of creative enterprises and/or collaborative working within the photography and fine art industries.

Year 3/Level 6

The third year is predominantly self-directed and enables students to adopt a more independent approach to their work. There is an external project requiring students to produce work in real-world contexts, either for professional clients or for public exhibition. The year is dominated by the major practical project, theoretically underpinned by a written dissertation. The Marketing & Promotion module involves presenting work to external agencies or curators, acts as a launch pad for students’ careers, and culminates in shows in both Swansea and London.

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Marit Nyhus

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BA (Hons) / MArts (Hons) Photojournalism & Documentary Photography

Photojournalism & Documentary at Swansea is part of a broad and exciting practice that adapts to our rapidly changing media environment. On the course you will develop a greater understanding of the power of photography and the sociopolitical consequences of its various forms and uses. The importance of the image in our everyday lives has never been greater, nor has the demand, and this presents many professional opportunities. Our aim is to produce innovative graduates who can engage with clients and audiences across many areas of photography. As well as photojournalism, our graduates go on to a wide range of successful careers, including editorial and commercial photography, picture editing and research, curating, publishing, journalism and teaching.

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Year 1/Level 4

Based in our city centre campus, you will benefit from small class sizes that allow considerable individual input from tutors where students can test and develop their skills led by their own interests and projects.

Photography Production Documentary Practice Photojournalism in Context Individual Practice Visual Studies Contextual Studies

Aided by appropriate workshops (studio and location lighting, film and digital formats, digital workflow, desktop publishing, research methodologies, multimedia and gallery display) our students are encouraged to experiment with the medium in order to develop their own unique visual style.

An initial series of both assigned and self-initiated projects introduce you to the department, the learning environment of lectures, critiques and seminars, and diagnosis and improvement key techniques in darkroom processes, printing and digital file management. You will have an opportunity to engage with contemporary debates related to your subject, including the role of documentary photography and photojournalism, legal and ethical issues, and contexts and markets for your work. Projects will also aid the development of important practical and interpersonal skills such as time management, research and negotiation.

BA UCAS Code: J316 MArts UCAS Code: 295G Location: Swansea Contact: Sian Addicott

In the second semester, further assignments specific to photojournalism introduce the techniques of the photo-essay, the use of image and text and the creation of visual narratives with moving image and multimedia. You will also produce a semesterlong self-initiated practical project in the Individual Practice module. Samual Abrham

Studying Photojournalism & Documentary photography at Swansea gives you the opportunity to be part of a vibrant, innovative course with a passion for photography at its core. Photography can change the way we look at and perceive the world. Using image and text, exhibitions, moving image/multimedia, and applying journalistic principles to assigned briefs and self-initiated ideas, you will develop the ability to interpret and understand the role images play in defining society and our relationships with each other. | 45

Year 2/Level 5

Year 3/Level 6

Collaborative Photographic Practice Developing a Unique Voice Professional Photographic Practice Contemporary Narratives Visual Enquiry Contextual Studies

Advanced Creative Enquiry Dissertation Marketing & Promotion Major Project

Year 4/level 7 (MArts only) The Thought Experiment Advanced Critical Thinking Principal Project  The fourth year is designed to further develop and enhance individual practice and to facilitate the creation of creative enterprises and/or collaborative working within the photojournalism and documentary photography industry.

Chloe Walker

You start the year with a Group Project. The ability to research, negotiate both with fellow group members and external agents and create work in appropriate, yet often experimental, contexts leads to a further maturing of your work. A self-initiated project, Developing a Unique Voice, reinforces this process leading to the production of a portfolio in the first semester and an exhibition and book in the second. In the second semester, Professional Photographic Practice introduces you to vocational outcomes for your work in preparation for projects with external clients in the third year. You will also work on a magazine project supported by workshops in current desktop publishing production. Contextual Studies continues, preparing you for the dissertation in Level 6.

The third year is predominantly self-directed and enables students to adopt a more independent approach to their work. There is an external project requiring students to produce work in real-world contexts, either for professional clients or for public exhibition. The year is dominated by the major practical project, theoretically underpinned by a written dissertation. The Marketing & Promotion module involves presenting work to external agencies or curators and acts as a launch pad for graduates’ careers. The year culminates with exhibitions in both Swansea and London.

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MA Photography

On arrival the student is immediately challenged with a ‘thought experiment’ module designed to give free rein to experimental impulses and allow ‘play’ in multiple disciplines to encourage creativity. This is firstly a bonding exercise but also enables a collaborative spirit, and a widening of personal boundaries building confidence and a sense of strategic thought. This exercise enables the student to return to their primary studies with renewed perspective and from then on the practical elements of study are carefully balanced with a series of eclectic theorybased lectures that are multidisciplinary in design. Again the purpose here is to stimulate the student and their photographic practice into creating new combinations of interest from which to build a discourse. In terms of the specifics of the medium there is a ‘photography group’ session that meets once a week and as per the programme ethos it is open to students from all pathways (photography, fine art, textiles and visual communication) as a contemporary dialogue.

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The central theme of the programme of study is the exploration of and experimentation with the concept and practice of photography. Students are encouraged to utilise the medium as a cross-disciplinary multi-modal practice that can be seen as alternative and/ or equivalent to conventional practice as a way of deciphering the contemporary world. To this end students will be introduced to contemporary concepts such as ‘performed photography’ and other durational and/or serial methodologies, photography as event, and the application of philosophical strategies such as ‘performativity’, situation-specific practice, psychogeography and so on.

As part of the MA course students have the option of using our MA space located in the independent, artist-led, High Street, Elysium studios, creating a studio base among practising artists and helping bridge across from education to professional life beyond university. These studios are open 7 days a week 24 hours a day creating a flexible and fluid working environment.

Contact Paul Jeff

Alternate contemporary ideas will be discussed from Deleuze and the application of a ‘minor’ practice, to Laruelle and his conception of ‘non-photography’, but these are always maintained as stimulation and provocations in service of the student’s own interests and trajectory of research. Part 1 of the programme is taught and part 2 is selfnegotiated consisting of a major project with report. The full-time offer is two years with part-time over three years.

Andrew Hobden

The ‘MA Photography – contemporary dialogues’ programme is designed to complement the BA (Hons) courses in the way that it continues to expand the student’s learning experience with regard to photography by applying contemporary dialogues in art, design and philosophy to broaden their study of the medium. | 49

Facilities As a student at Swansea College of Art UWTSD you will have access to industry-standard facilities. In addition to extensive traditional photography facilities and darkrooms, our digital provision includes Mac suites running the latest Adobe software linked to professional proofing and inkjet printers, a specialist colourmanaged digital darkroom with Hasselblad Flextight scanners and large format printing, and a store facility that gives you access to medium and large-format film cameras, professional digital SLR, medium format Hasselblad digital cameras and location lighting equipment.

Tutorials The bedrock of the photography programmes is excellent student/staff interaction and communication. We recognise that the most effective way to develop your personal practice is to enter into a discourse of ideas and images with your lecturers and contemporaries. This ongoing dialogue takes place in the form of regular critiques, seminars and tutorials (and inevitably continues in the coffee bar). Tutorials whether scheduled or impromptu, in groups or individual are an essential component of all programmes and are regularly available.

Workshops We believe that it is essential for your work to have a professional finish and to this end practical projects are supported by workshops. Having access to additional practical knowledge ensures that you can use the university’s excellent facilities with confidence, make informed choices about method and equipment, and ultimately produce work to a professional standard. Workshops cover processing and printing including: historical print methods, fibre-based black & white; the use of various camera formats from medium format roll-film and 5 X 4 film, to digital (including medium format); digital workflow and printing; HD video (shooting and editing); and studio and location lighting.

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Graduate Employment Directions The department has excellent connections with the photographic industry and world of fine art, from the gallery network through to documentary and advertising agencies. This ensures opportunities for employment and a growing international market for student work. Graduates are employed in a wide range of photographic activities including fashion, portraiture, editorial and documentary.

The level 6 marketing and promotion module continues this dialogue with the professional industry when a photographic agent and curator are brought in to advise the students on their personal practice before returning to assist with interview-style assessments. Recent collaborators include: Jason Shenai (Millennium Images); Pippa Oldfield Recent examples include: Abel Morrell (publisher); Simon Roberts (Impressions Gallery); Susan Bright (photographer); Dominic Hawgood (freelance curator and writer); Helen James (National Portrait (artist); Esther Teichman (artist); Gallery) and Karen McQuaid (The Julie Graham (curator/blogger); Photographers’ Gallery); and, Lucy Dean Chalkley (photographer); Moore (Claire de Rouen Books). Mårten Lange (artist); Mark Power (photographer); Colin Gray Students also have the (photographer); Julian Germain opportunity to apply for a (photographer); Rosie Martin workshop now based in Arles (artist/phototherapist); Sian Bonnell (artist) ; Aliki Braine (artist/ with the Magnum photographer writer) ; Gayel Chong Kwan (artist); Antoine D’Agata one student is Tom Hunter (photographer); Peter selected each year for this. UWTSD is the only UK-based university Dench (photographer); and, Niall offering this opportunity. McDairmid (photographer). Students on both the photography programmes will regularly interact with professional contacts through the exciting series of guest lectures, where artists, photographers, curators, editors, writers and agents present their work and talk about their professional experiences.

In a more formal way, students are also encouraged to contend with the industry standards of their chosen area of practice within the External Project in level 6, where they work on live projects with clients. This allows them to start their professional career while receiving supported tuition from academic staff on subjects such as contracts and costings, as well as technical and creative issues. Previous project examples include: NHS; Atkins Rail; National Trust; Sunday Times; Penguin Books; Corus; Channel 4; The Royal Ballet; and, Dazed and Confused.

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Graduate Case Studies

Mikko Takkunen

Ossi Piispanen

Jonathan Szymanski

Johanne Lian Olsen

Alex Herriot

Mikko Takkunen graduated in June 2009. He was runner-up in the Photographer category of the 2009 Guardian Student Media Awards, nominated to the Joop Swart Masterclass in 2010 and named ‘Young Photographer of the Year, 2010’ by the Society of Finnish Press Photographers. Selected clients include Helsingen Sanomat (Finland), Finnish Refugee Council, International Herald Tribune, The Financial Times and New York Times. He runs the blog, a site highlighting photojournalism activity on the web. Mikko has also written articles for the British Journal of Photography and his work was showcased by Getty Images’ Reportage – Emerging Talent. In 2013 he accepted a position as an Associate Picture Editor with Time Magazine, the World’s most widely read news resource and has now moved to New York to work from Time Magazine’s headquarters.

Ossi is a London based photographer who graduated in 2011 when he was the recipient of the National Portrait Commission awarded by the National Portrait Gallery. His work continues to be focused on portraiture, working on personal projects and commercially across fashion and editorial briefs. Since 2013, Ossi has worked with a wide range of clients, including Adidas, Levi’s, Honda, Lexus, Vice, Huck, Boots and many more. He is currently creating a series of portraits exploring an enigmatic Finnish tradition which identifies certain non-conforming characters within the community – Kylähulla - and celebrates their individuality and eccentricity.   “The major project was very important for me, being given more freedom I tried everything and I found experimenting very useful. Also, constructive criticism in seminar groups was useful in a process of defining your interest and style in photography.” 

Over the past 13 years Jonathan Szymanski has carved a career for himself as a commercial photographer and now works from his West London Studio with clients including Lessiter’s Swiss Chocolate and Premiere Inn.

Since graduating in 2009, Johanne has gained a Master’s degree in Visual Communication from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen, where she now works as a freelance designer/ photographer specializing in both packaging design and product photography.

Alex studied for both her BA and Master’s degrees at Swansea and has since gone on to teach photography while continuing to develop her own practice. She is currently Deputy Head of School of Creative, Visual & Performing Arts at Neath Port Talbot College.

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“The course offered freedom to express yourself and to experiment. A highlight was the regular ‘crits’, where you had to learn to defend, discuss and explain your work; this helped me to build a thick skin and a more rounded view on my photography.”

“Although acquiring technical knowledge is something I have had great use of in my work, to me the most important thing I learned at Swansea Met (Swansea School of Art) has been the theory behind photography. Working as a designer, and especially when working within fashion, I use artists and their use of this media as a reference when talking with clients. In addition to this, the final major project gave me time to find my visual language and discover who I was as an artist.”

“What I gained from my degree was essentially how photography is such a diverse tool for visual language… and this has become a key part of my own teaching practice, to encourage students to stop thinking literally and create images that are diverse, visually exciting but also have a strong conceptual meaning.” | 55


Set in the hometown of pioneer photographer John Dilwyn Llewelyn, who also worked with the famous William H. Fox Talbot


Plan international trips every year; Berlin, Barcelona, Paris for the annual Paris Photo Festival


Alternative printing workshops; cyanotype, saltprinting, lithprinting…


Artist in Residence position with the Photography department for successful graduates


The only British Photography course involved with Studio Vortex workshops run by Antoine D’Agata (Magnum Photos) including work exhibited at Les Rencontres d’Arles Photo Festival



A wide range of opportunities to work with external clients through strong industry links with photography and art galleries

Excellent history of graduates succeeding with personal work and working commercially, such as associate picture editor for Time Magazine, arts editor for Black Dog Publishing, photographer with Red Cross organisation


Direct personal input from industry professionals, including the curator of The Photographer’s Gallery in London


Students are encouraged to exhibit their work publicly throughout their studies, culminating in Degree Shows in both Swansea and London


Exciting visits throughout the academic year from a variety of industry professionals; including photographers, artists, curators, publishers, etc.

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10 Fascinating Facts about Photography at Swansea | 57

Dr HAMISH GANE Senior Lecturer

HOLLY DAVEY Senior Lecturer


Hamish is programme director for Photography in the Arts. Awarded a doctorate for his practice-based PhD in 2013, Hamish's research draws on ideas surrounding photography, family and melancholia and his photographic work has been exhibited widely.

Teaching across all levels of Photography in the Arts, Holly is a lens-based artist working with ideas surrounding memory, place and archive. With an interest in how objects are represented through photography, her current research focuses on the heritage of a location or collection, especially it’s lost and largely forgotten social history. Holly’s work is exhibited widely, both nationally and internationally, and she has an active research output that takes the form of residencies, commissions and continuous studio practice.

Siân is Programme Director of the Photojournalism & Documentary course. Siân worked for several years as International Editor at Camera Press in London, specialising in developing relationships with overseas photographers, photographic agencies and global media outlets. After leaving Camera Press she went on to develop a similar role in international syndication at News UK. Her interests include developing local and community links through teaching and the use of photography to effect social change. Current research focuses on the shifting relationships between photography, public protest and social activism. 

PAUL DUERINCKX Senior Lecturer Paul has worked as a freelance photographer and lecturer since 1997. He has worked as a stills photographer for television and independent production companies, and as a corporate and PR photographer. His editorial clients have included the Daily Telegraph, Express Magazine and Nursing Times. His main areas of research are street and social documentary photography. Dr PAUL JEFF Senior Lecturer Paul works across photography and fine art at undergraduate and postgraduate level. An experimental artist working on the interface of continental philosophy and a performative, event-based practice of photography. Paul is the originator of a theory of ‘performed photography’ and the Director of IPCRES, the International Project Centre for Research into Events and Situations.

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RYAN L MOULE Lecturer Ryan is a practising artist who lecturers across both Photography programmes and Contextual Studies. He exhibits regularly and his current research explores the fractured contexts produced by the geography and psychology of virtual space. EVA BARTUSSEK Lecturer Eva leads several modules across the photography programmes. A documentary photographer who seeks to expand notions of portraiture, Eva works and exhibits nationally and internationally, undertaking commercial and reportage commissions.

Holly Davey

Photography Staff

CHRISTINE SHAW Technical Demonstrator Christine works as a technician demonstrator across photography, specialising in digital practice. In 2013 she was awarded an MA Photography Contemporary Dialogues and her work has been exhibited nationally. Her current practice explores the notions of time within the confines of the family home. SARAH TIERNEY Technical Demonstrator Sarah is technician demonstrator specialising in traditional, historical and alternative photography, with particular interest in applying new technologies to these practices, reflected in her own creative work. She has a Master’s degree in photography and exhibits work regularly. | 59

Student Support Accommodation & Open days Study skills support is available to all students who need assistance with their studies, providing high quality information, advice, guidance, practical and emotional support to enable all students to reach their full potential. A drop-in Study skills service is available every day of the working week A Careers Service is available to assist students to identify their career objectives throughout university, whilst provide appropriate assistance and support to enable them to implement these objectives. We offer a wide range financial support including bursaries and scholarships which provide extra financial support for students. These awards include departmental scholarships, support for students from lowincome backgrounds, residential bursaries, Welsh-medium / bilingual scholarships, support for care leavers, support with childcare costs,  internships, educational bursaries and awards for part-time students, postgraduate students, disabled students and international students. 

International Students Deciding where to study in another country is a huge decision, and is one that really will change your life! Not only is it an opportunity for you to get an international perspective on your studies, you'll also learn about a different culture, history and way of life. Accommodation Accommodation in Swansea is amongst the cheapest in the country, uwtsd Swansea has five halls of residence based on two separate campuses. There is also a great range of private student accommodation in the city center, including residential blocks and houses. Visit Us The Faculty holds official open days, details of which can be found on our website, but we welcome students at any time of the year. To arrange a visit please contact the relevant course tutor. For further information or to request a main university prospectus please contact us.

The University also manages the Money Doctors service which  provides students with impartial advice on handling student debt, and offers all students money management guidance.

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