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Fashion, Theatrical and Media Hair and Make Up (Top Up)

University Centre Leeds, Leeds City College

UCAS Code: 8F73 | Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)

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1.0year

Full-time | 2022

Be the best you can be backstage with a clear vision of what you want to achieve as a fashion, theatrical and media makeup professional. Building on your core professional skills, you’ll create your own identity, choose your personal specialism and hone your craft as you prepare to enter the fast-paced media makeup industry.

Our Fashion, Theatrical and Media Hair and Makeup Top-up Degree will top-up your foundation degree to a bachelor’s degree. This exciting course is designed to provide the opportunity to develop your individual creative identity as an artist while preparing and supporting your transition from student to working professional.

Throughout the course, you’ll explore specialist areas such as creative makeup application for male performers and applied prosthetics. You will acquire the entrepreneurial skills needed to start your own business, manage in retail and sell your skills as a professional. While studying, take advantage of our extensive employer links to gather industry insight.

Train in our bespoke setting at our partner television studio, Prime Studios. This exciting environment provides networking opportunities, developing you into a professional, who’s able to apply fashion, theatrical, and media makeup skills to digital media.

Modules

The modules you may cover include: Applied Prosthetics, Research Methods, The Creative Art of Male Makeup, Creative Identity and Entrepreneurial Skills and Final Project.

Assessment methods

A range of assessment methods will be used throughout the BA (Hons) Fashion, Theatrical, Hair and Media Make-up qualification. Close industry links with Prime Studios will enable students to gain access to guest speakers holding a deep understanding of the overall sector, thus giving students an excellent source of information in addition to exposure to one of the main production studios in the region.

You will be assessed using the following methods:
•Design Statements,
•Timed Assessments,
•Practical/Portfolio production,
•Written Assignments,
•Presentations,
•Research Folder,
•Reflection and Evaluation Journals and
•Continuous Feedback.

Tuition fees

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England
£8,400
per year
Northern Ireland
£8,400
per year
Scotland
£8,400
per year
Wales
£8,400
per year

The Uni


Course location:

Quarry Hill Campus

Department:

University Centre

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