UCA is the number one creative specialist university in the UK, offering pre-degree, undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Creative Arts, Business and Technology. Highest placed creative university, the second highest modern university and are in the top 25 of all UK universities in The Guardian University Guide 2019. The Guardian also placed UCA in the top 10 for Fashion Textiles and Film Production & Photography courses for 2019. Ranked the top Specialist University for the Creative Industries by the Complete University Guide 2019. Awarded Gold under the Teaching Excellence and Student Outcomes Framework (TEF).It’s ranked the top creative specialist in Guardian University Guide 2020. Fashion and textiles courses are ranked sixth in the UK by The Guardian University Guide 2019.
You’ll be encouraged to push the limits of technology, experiment creatively and develop innovative ideas for projects that will equip you for a future in the creative industries, fine art practice or postgraduate study. Whether you want to become a filmmaker, an artist or choose a career with a range of digital skills, as are now widely desired by employers, our Film & Digital Art degree gives you the freedom to experiment and develop those creative, critical and transferable skills that will give you the ability to stand out and even revolutionise digital content as we know it.
UCA has recently update their Academic Regulations and Grading Descriptors, adjusting the pass mark for Level 7 postgraduate units, in response to changes in the new conditions of registration set by UK’s Office for Students (OfS). This change applies to all postgraduate students who enrolled onto a programme with us for the first time in September 2023. The pass threshold for students on these courses will be adjusted to 50% from the current pass mark of 40%, to align with the wider Higher Education sector. Please note that this does not mean that achieving a pass mark will become harder for students. To ensure that students are provided with a consistent and transparent academic experience UCA have set out the Academic Regulations and Grading Descriptors.
Credit Hours: 180
Guided Learning Hours: 360
Independent Study Hours: 2400
Duration: 1 Year
Mode of Study: Full Time
Monthly Reviews | Industry Engagement | Formative & Summative Assessment
Department of Social Sciences Business and Management
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Offered at: ISB | RWP | LHE | KHI
Registration: University for the Creative Arts
Studying this course will give you the opportunity to work collaboratively within the Business & Skills Department, enabling you to create visionary and contemporary approaches to events and promotion management, underpinned by exceptional business skills. You’ll explore what is required to set up your own events business as a self-starter or make an impact on the events industry at a national and international level, ensuring you leave TMUC with the skills to design, manage and deliver events for the creative industries.
Throughout the course, you’ll study units such as Experiential Event Design & Management, Venue Management as well as Marketing and Digital Skills. This will allow you to identify opportunities within the the market to create new and innovative promotional activities, while also developing your presentation and pitching skills.
The interface of this whole environment that TMUC possesses has truly left a profound impact on me. The continuous insights and support of the faculty, especially my course instructors, at TMUC has helped me in evolving and improving my perspective throughout my time as a student of higher education. In fact, my work has surely set a foot in a better direction under the light of the thorough briefings which were made by the professors and I’am honoured to have been part of this amazing expedition. It has undoubtedly brought out the best in me.
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