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  • The College has built an envied reputation for providing postgraduate courses which lead its students directly into careers in the publishing profession. The postgraduate publishing programme will provide you with opportunities for full-time study in th... more >

  • With options in painting, sculture and fine art media. more >

  • This course develops writing skills and research methodologies to a high academic standard, with reference to the requirements of commercial practice... more >

  • The aim of this course is to develop research and marketing skills around project proposals in the area of documentary for television, film, radio, an... more >

  • The course offers a common programme of contextual studies and research methods and the opportunity to study one of four... more >

  • Within a world of communication which is changing and evolving in seemingly random ways, the concepts and methods that underlie such changes constitute a riverbed of knowledge through which this ephemeral world flows. This knowledge is the basis of desi... more >

  • Wtih options in ceramics, funiture, interfaces, packaging and projects. more >

  • With options in knit, print, weave and digital textiles. more >

  • Camberwell College is the only college in the UK providing specialist postgraduate study in Book Arts. The subject is taught by eminent international and national practitioners and it explores historical and contemporary approaches to the book as a conc... more >

  • What is the philosophy of the course? The PgDip/MA Textile Design Course explores the context of design to promote creative design innovations through textiles. The course is centred around the development of the student's personal project and intends t... more >

  • The course has a credit-based structure with a series of entry and exit points, which reflects the needs of those working in marketing executive or management roles. It sets marketing in an international perspective and explores the increasing globalisa... more >

  • An integrated program that draws on the areas of critical fine art practise, curating, film/video, painting, print/photomedia and sculpture. more >

  • With options in ceramic design and jewellery design. more >

  • The aim of this course is to develop a range of aesthetic, technical, conceptual and commercial skills underpinned by a critical... more >

  • The course offers a common programme of contextual studies and research methods and the opportunity to study one of four... more >

  • This intensive program of preparation for periodical journalism is run in association with the Periodicals Training Council and recognised by the Nati... more >

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