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Craven College

Fashion & Editorial Make-up

UCAS Code: W453

Foundation Degree - FD

Entry requirements


48 UCAS tariff points (formerly 120 UCAS points) English & Maths GCSEs grade 9-4 (A*-C) or equivalent Students without necessary qualifications but with relevant work experience are encouraged to apply for an interview. In addition, if you have a relevant HNC you may be able to transfer credit in certain modules onto the Foundation Degree.

About this course


Course option

2.0years

Full-time | 2020

Written in liaison with industry leaders from the field of fashion and editorial make-up, this course is led by tutors with excellent industry links and experience. You will learn about the latest materials, techniques, skills and knowledge that are crucial to a successful fashion make-up artist.

The Fashion & Editorial Make-up FD will prepare you for a successful career as a Multi-Media Make-Up Artist, providing you with the opportunity to develop your creativity and individual style whilst building techniques and skills. You will investigate and develop the necessary practical and theoretical skills to become a make-up artist, as well as developing technical, application and professional skills, alongside conceptual initiatives.

Our tutors have excellent industry links and experience which has enabled this course to be written in liaison with industry leaders from the fields of film, television and theatre production. In particular, you will benefit from their expertise and knowledge of the latest technology, materials and techniques, skills and knowledge that are crucial to becoming a successful make-up artist. You will gain valuable industry experience throughout the course with key speakers including Kate Benton and Shauna Harrison and the expert team from Pam, London.

You will be taught through a combination of lectures, seminars, presentations and tutorials, which will be supported through group discussion, presentations, workshops and individual and group tasks. Alongside the contact hours, you will be expected to undertake 10-12 hours of independent study each week, such as reading journal articles and books, undertaking research and preparing for assessments. Your independent study is supported by the excellent Learning Hub at the Aireville Campus in addition to the College’s Specialist Support Centre. The average class size for this course is 8-10.

A Foundation Degree is a nationally recognised qualification in its own right and is equal to the first two years of a full BA. Once you complete your Fashion & Editorial Make-up FD, you can move on to the Make-up Artistry BA (Hons) for a further year.

Modules

Level 4 - Semester 1
Professional Focus Studies
Beauty on Camera
The Art of Make-up

Level 4 - Semester 2
Iconic Reinvention
Vintage Hair & Make-up
Freelance Strategy

Level 5 - Semester 1
Industry Practice
Global Fashion
Innovative Hair Design

Level 5 - Semester 2
3D Make-up Design & Creation
Professional Identity

Assessment methods

Level 4 - Semester 1
Presentation
Report
Body of Work
Sketchbook

Level 4 - Semester 2
Design Project
Style File
Project
Journal

Level 5 - Semester 1
Portfolio
Journal
Presentation
Simulation
Sketchbook
Practical

Level 5 - Semester 2
Practical
Sketchbook
Presentation
Project

Tuition fees

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England
£6,750
per year
Northern Ireland
£6,750
per year
Scotland
£6,750
per year
Wales
£6,750
per year

The Uni


Course location:

Craven College

Department:

Art and Design

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