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BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design

Online UK Scotland
October 2014

On the online BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design Course our expert tutors will teach you how to design 3D spaces to create better environments. You will study how people interact with spaces and decide how you [+]

What does the course involve?

Bachelors 2014/2015 in Scotland UK. On the online BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design Course our expert tutors will teach you how to design 3D spaces to create better environments. You will study how people interact with spaces and decide how you can improve them so that they meet the needs of the people that use them. You will be guided through a number of practical tasks, including technical drawing by hand and using CAD software and learn how to articulate your ideas professionally by engaging in a number of varied theory based activities. You will be taught through a combination of individual tutorials within your personal online studio, group discussions on our forum pages and independent study. Our tutors offer one-to-one support right up to graduation. By that time you will be equipped with all the skills you need to enter the interior architecture industry and begin building a career.... [-]

BA in Production Technology and Management

Campus UK Glasgow
February 2015

The Production department consists of the BA Production Technology and Management and the BA Production Arts and Design and both of these programmes work very closely with each other in the classroom and on Conservatoire productions. The Head of Production and Programme Leader for... [+]

BA in Production Technology and Management The Production department consists of the BA Production Technology and Management and the BA Production Arts and Design and both of these programmes work very closely with each other in the classroom and on Conservatoire productions. The Head of Production and Programme Leader for the two undergraduate production programmes is Ros Maddison. Ros has been leading the department since 2002 before which she taught stage management. Prior to this, she worked as a freelance stage manager across Scotland for many years. Ros has been External Examiner for a variety of other institutions including RADA and Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts. She became a Fellow of the Royal Conservatoire in 2012. The Production Department is at the hub of performance activity in the Conservatoire and as such our students collaborate with actors, singers, dancers, musicians, film makers and performance artists on a daily basis. This opportunity to work with such a large and diverse range of work is one of the ways in which the Production Programmes at the Conservatoire stand out from other institutions. The BA Production Technology and Management is designed to produce Production Technicians, Managers and Designers who can turn their hand to any related role, making them both useful and employable in a range of contexts, whilst also being specialists in specific career pathways i.e. Stage Management, Stage Technology, Production Lighting and Sound, Lighting Design and Sound Design. Our graduates will aspire to become the creative leaders and innovators of the future and will be encouraged to push accepted boundaries and create new standards of practice in the industry at large, especially in the area of health and safety practice. As our standards are rooted in industry practice we have exceptionally strong links with professional partners from across the UK and beyond. As the only institution in Scotland offering degree level qualifications in technical theatre and production arts, we have very close relationships with the key Scottish national companies, such as Scottish Opera, the National Theatre of Scotland and Scottish Ballet as well as the majority of regional theatres such as the Citizens Theatre, Glasgow, Pitlochry Festival Theatre and the Royal Lyceum Theatre in Edinburgh. Further afield in the UK we have well established relationships with national organisations such as the Association of British Theatre Technician (ABTT), the Association of Stage Pyrotechnicians (ASP) the Production Lighting and Sound Association (PLASA), and companies such as Stage Technologies, Just FX and the National Theatre in London. Course Outline The BA Production Technology and Management is a practice-based programme which develops skill, knowledge and understanding incrementally. Students on this programme are interviewed and accepted based on their profile in one or several areas of study taken from the four core subjects on offer (stage management, lighting, sound and stage technology). All of these disciplines are studied in level one and into level two before specialist pathways are followed. At this point Lighting Design becomes part of the core provision and a specialist pathway in its own right alongside Production lighting. BAPAD Level 1 in Outline Level One of the programme is based on experiential learning and skills acquisition focusing on the context of ‘production’. You will engage with a broad-based introduction to the production environment and standard practices both in core subject areas and more broadly in related production arts and design subjects. The production and design process is deconstructed and examined through a range of classroom, workshop and venue based experiences culminating in two allocated roles (one in stage management and one in production technology) on Conservatoire productions. In Professional Practice modules you will investigate and analyze the importance of personal development and the broader creative context as well as being introduced to the importance of health and safety and the Conservatoires requirement for best practice in this area. You will also investigate the collaborative nature of production and performance have the opportunity to work with other level one students from across the Conservatoire on small collaborative projects. BAPTM Level 2 in Outline Level Two aims to consolidate fundamental skills and knowledge and to introduce more advanced approaches and techniques including management and self-promotion. You will begin by working on Conservatoire productions as part of a collaborative ‘ production team’ with students from Level Three where roles will be allocated by team, allowing a flexibility of both workload and responsibility. From this position you can begin to develop leadership skills whilst at the same time consolidating your practical capabilities. This begins your individual pathway, as negotiated with your Transitions Tutor, where your learning is designed to promote your own individual development and achievement. Trimester two brings a return to the ‘ classroom’ and a menu of both compulsory and elective studies through which you will equip yourself to continue your personal development journey and ultimately undertake more complex, senior roles. Professional practice at Level Two focuses on the development of the individual practitioner, looking at more advance health and safety practices, practical management techniques such as budgeting and scheduling, personal development and promotional tools such as CVs and websites as well as a mock interview with an industry partner. Also at level two you will engage with ‘Choice’ modules where you can choose from a range of modules on offer from programmes across the institution or undertake a negotiated project. BAPTM Level 3 in Outline Level Three enables consolidation of all prior learning and exploration and development of specialist skills in autonomous situations. You will begin by returning to the concept of the ‘Production Company’ working collaboratively with Level Two students offering the opportunity to explore more complex operational roles rather than solely leading a team. This will enable your skills base to develop to the highest possible standards as well as providing an opportunity to reflect on leadership strategies by observing other students in management roles. Trimester two offers core electives to develop individual practice either in the Conservatoire or on a secondment in the workplace along with a final managerial role in which all knowledge, skill and understanding learned on the programme can be applied. Professional practice at Level Three builds on previous modules but focuses on the company rather than the individual introducing broader management techniques, health and safety management and the development of entrepreneurial and business skills. Each student negotiates their individual pathway in the third year in order to take effectively take advantage of the available production roles, choice modules and secondment opportunities over the two trimesters. You will also be offered the opportunity to visit at least one major tarde show or association conference during your final year. Assessment Much work is assessed through staff observations of your practice but reflection underpins the approach to assessment, and reflective blogs and summary statements form a key component of assessment in all modules. There is a strong emphasis on the assessment of process and so all paperwork generated in each practical role is also assessed as evidence of your widening understanding of the production process and your role within it. Entry Requirements Scottish Highers – 3 passes (grade C or above) A Levels – 2 passes International Baccalaureate – minimum score of 24 with 3 subjects at Higher Level We offer a flexible approach to students taking Highers over more than one academic year and/or who achieve their qualifications in more than one sitting. Entrance to the Conservatoire is based on talent, potential and ability, therefore consideration will be given to relevant experience which is deemed to compensate for any traditional education. We accept a wide range of qualification, including international qualifications. English Language The language of study is English. Applicants whose first language is not English will be required to provide evidence of proficiency in English. We accept the International English Language Testing System (IELTS). IELTS – 6.5 with a minimum score of 5.5 in each component [-]

BSc in Biomedical Science

Campus UK Glasgow Full time
February 2015

The Department of Biological and Biomedical Sciences offers you a modern and friendly environment in which to study with state-of-the-art laboratories and teaching facilities. [+]

Bachelors 2014/2015 in Scotland UK. BSc in Biomedical Science

The Department of Biological and Biomedical Sciences offers you a modern and friendly environment in which to study with state-of-the-art laboratories and teaching facilities.

You have the freedom to develop as individuals but with the comforting knowledge that help and support is always available. The programme initially provides a foundation for biomedical science, focusing on the basic molecules of life, cell structure and body functions. This leads on to an in-depth understanding of physiology, microbiology and biochemistry. On completion of this foundation, you advance your clinical knowledge through the study of subjects such as pathology, haematology, bacteriology and clinical chemistry.... [-]

BA in Management, Technology and Enterprise (Year 3 Direct Entry Only)

Campus UK Glasgow Full time
February 2015

In today's world, managers play a vital role in planning, leading, controlling and organising, increasingly reliant on technology to do so. [+]

BA in Management, Technology and Enterprise (Year 3 Direct Entry Only)

In today's world, managers play a vital role in planning, leading, controlling and organising, increasingly reliant on technology to do so.This programme looks at the application of management, technology and enterprise across public, private, voluntary and social enteprise sectors.It develops your capacity for independent learning, critical thinking and self-reflection, along with interpersonal, communication, problem-solving, project management and teamworking skills.The programme is recognised by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI), the professional body for leadership and management, and students on the programme are eligible to seek affiliation membership of the Institute while they are a registered student, thus taking the first steps to becoming a Chartered Manager.Graduates may be eligible to join other professional bodies such a UK Academy of Information Systems (UKAIS), the Institute for the Management of Information Systems (IMIS) and the British Academy of Management (BAM).Graduates have found employment in areas such as management, business/information service management and project management with organisations such as the Royal Bank of Scotland, Oracle, Aggreko, North and South Lanarkshire Councils and the NHS.... [-]

BA in International Business

Campus UK Glasgow Full time
February 2015

With the increasing globalisation of economic and business activity, there is a growing need for graduates who understand the forces driving this activity and the implications for business and management. [+]

Bachelors 2014/2015 in Scotland UK. BA in International Business

With the increasing globalisation of economic and business activity, there is a growing need for graduates who understand the forces driving this activity and the implications for business and management. Our International Business degree offers an understanding of these key issues and develops the skills necessary to pursue a successful career in the global marketplace.Our programme combines key business and management subjects with the opportunity to shape your degree to suit your personal interests, capabilities and career aspirations. We offer a choice of optional modules in business specialisms as well as modern languages and the opportunity to study abroad. You could also choose to follow a specialist pathway which will be reflected in the name of your final degree award. For example BA (Hons) International Business with Economics or BA (Hons) International Business with Marketing or BA (Hons) International Business with Financial Management or BA (Hons) International Business with Languages.Our BA(Hons) International Business degree will prepare you for a challenging career in the global marketplace. You will develop analytical and problem solving skills and broaden your awareness and understanding of current global, international and European issues. As a graduate, you will have the general business skills and acumen needed in any international business career or your chosen specialist area.... [-]

BA in International Fashion Branding

Campus UK Glasgow Full time
February 2015

Fashion branding is a globally dynamic sector, which influences a growing number of products and services from clothing and accessories to jewellery and perfume. [+]

BA in International Fashion Branding

Fashion branding is a globally dynamic sector, which influences a growing number of products and services from clothing and accessories to jewellery and perfume.This programme looks at the key ingredients of successful International Fashion Branding, examining best practice through case studies and guest lectures by industry experts. We provide a strong International focus due to fact that fashion by its very nature is international - today it is difficult to find a supply or demand chain which is totally domestic.  You will gain a thorough understanding of fashion  history and culture together with fashion branding and marketing in Year 1, while the tools of Fashion Brand Promotion are revealed  in Year 2. By Year 3 you will be ready to try out your newly acquired skills through a work placement within the visual merchandising department of a local fashion brand. This unique blend of theory and practice makes our programme innovative and gives you a competitive advantage over other graduates when joining the industry.Our programme is enriched by the excellent industry links that the staff have as a result of their research and consultancy. Visiting lecturers from design houses, major retailers, fashion magazines, both national and international, come and share the benefit of their up-to-date experience with students. In addition, an exciting part of this creative and practical programme is responding to “live” briefs set by external companies facing real issues.... [-]

BA in Nursing Studies

Campus UK Glasgow Full time
February 2015

This is anestablished Honours Degree Nursing Programme which has a proven track record ofpreparing graduates for employment in a variety of health care settings. [+]

Bachelors 2014/2015 in Scotland UK. BA in Nursing Studies

This is anestablished Honours Degree Nursing Programme which has a proven track record ofpreparing graduates for employment in a variety of health care settings. 

The overall aim of the BA (Honours) NursingStudies programme is to equip student nurses with the necessary critical thinkingand practical skills in addition to essential competencies to delivercompetent, person-centered, safe and effective high quality health care. Withinthis aim, students will be involved in interprofessional learning inmultidisciplinary settings where they will learn with, by and from eachother. 

Successful completion of theprogramme will facilitate their ability to meet the current and emerging healthneeds of individuals, families and communities within a local and globalcontext. The primary focus of the programme is educating students towardsregistration as a Registered Nurse (Adult). In order to meet the requirementsof the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) for Nurse Registration, theprogramme operates an extended academic year of 45 weeks. ... [-]

BA in 3D Computer Animation

Campus UK Glasgow Full time
February 2015

The BA (Hons) 3D Computer Animation programme is designed to provide graduates with the right mix of practical design skills and theoretical knowledge necessary for a career as a 3D Animator. 3D Computer Animation will appeal to students who wish to combine their traditional art skills with cutting edge creative technology in 3D animation combined with digital video and motion graphics. [+]

BA in 3D Computer Animation

The BA (Hons) 3D Computer Animation programme is designed to provide graduates with the right mix of practical design skills and theoretical knowledge necessary for a career as a 3D Animator. 3D Computer Animation will appeal to students who wish to combine their traditional art skills with cutting edge creative technology in 3D animation combined with digital video and motion graphics.The course is practically focused and provides the student with the opportunity to develop a significant digital media portfolio in preparation for working within the creative industry.

Taught on campus, at the heart of Glasgow's city centre, the BA (Hons) 3D Computer Animation offers hands-on access to high-end professional tools and facilities. Where appropriate, the course uses industry standard software and students have the opportunity to develop their skills and become an active member of the creative industries.... [-]

BSc in Ophthalmic Dispensing

Campus UK Glasgow Full time
February 2015

This three-year programme is based within the Department of Vision Sciences which is the only department of its kind in Scotland. Students benefit from studying in a recognised centre of excellence in Vision Sciences which has developed strong links with its related professions. [+]

Bachelors 2014/2015 in Scotland UK. BSc in Ophthalmic Dispensing

This three-year programme is based within the Department of Vision Sciences which is the only department of its kind in Scotland. Students benefit from studying in a recognised centre of excellence in Vision Sciences which has developed strong links with its related professions.

The first two years of the programme are designed to give you the knowledge and understanding of optical principals and how they relate to effective correction of refractive errors in the human eye. In your third year you will develop the advanced skills required to allow you to apply your knowledge in an optical practice.

Strong emphasis is placed on the integration of theoretical and practical aspects throughout the programme. In the University's well-equipped, purpose-built dispensing clinic, you will gain experience in practical dispensing skills while developing your interpersonal skills through dealing with patients.... [-]

BSc in Quantity Surveying

Campus UK Glasgow Full time
February 2015

Quantity Surveyors are construction economists for building and civil engineering projects. They prepare life-cycle cost forecasts, advise on the cost of construction and on contractual arrangements from the inception of a project to its final completion. The Honours Degree is a five-year part-time degree programme. [+]

BSc in Quantity Surveying

Quantity Surveyors are construction economists for building and civil engineering projects. They prepare life-cycle cost forecasts, advise on the cost of construction and on contractual arrangements from the inception of a project to its final completion. The Honours Degree is a five-year part-time degree programme.

Students must be in employment in a Quantity Surveying capacity (in private practice, contracting, public service or other approved employment), in order to be considered for admission to the programme. Each year comprises two semesters (30 weeks of student attendance). Each week requires one and a half days attendance by students. The programme is designed to integrate with the full-time BSc (Hons) in Quantity Surveying.... [-]

BA in Production Arts and Design

Campus UK Glasgow
February 2015

The Production department consists of the BA Production Arts and Design and the BA Production Technology and Management and both of these programmes work very closely with each other in the classroom and on Conservatoire productions. The Head of Production and Programme Leader for... [+]

Bachelors 2014/2015 in Scotland UK. BA in Production Arts and Design The Production department consists of the BA Production Arts and Design and the BA Production Technology and Management and both of these programmes work very closely with each other in the classroom and on Conservatoire productions. The Head of Production and Programme Leader for the two undergraduate production programmes is Ros Maddison. Ros has been leading the department since 2002 before which she taught stage management. Prior to this, she worked as a freelance stage manager across Scotland for many years. Ros has been External Examiner for a variety of other institutions including RADA and Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts. She became a Fellow of the Royal Conservatoire in 2012. The Production Department is at the hub of performance activity in the Conservatoire and as such our students collaborate with actors, singers, dancers, musicians, film makers and performance artists on a daily basis. This opportunity to work with such a large and diverse range of work is one of the ways in which the Production Programmes at the Conservatoire stand out from other institutions. The BA Production Arts and Design programme was specifically created to train aspiring scenic artists, prop makers, stage carpenters, costume makers as well as set and costume designers. Students on this programme have a major and a minor study chosen from these five main subject areas and have an individually carved pathway towards employment in these areas. The highly practical nature of the programme means that much of the students’ time is spent learning a working environment with public outcomes. This production based content has a high level of student support from tutors, especially in level one. The students assume more responsibility for their own work on the Conservatoire productions as they become more independent in their process and practice. As our standards are rooted in industry practice we have exceptionally strong links with professional partners from across the UK and beyond. As the only institution in Scotland offering degree level qualifications in technical theatre and production arts, we have very close relationships with the key Scottish national companies, such as Scottish Opera, the National Theatre of Scotland and Scottish Ballet as well as the majority of regional theatres such as the Citizens Theatre, Glasgow, Pitlochry Festival Theatre and the Royal Lyceum Theatre in Edinburgh. Further afield in the UK we have well established relationships with national organisations such as the Society of British Theatre Designers (SBTD), The Linbury Trust, the Royal Opera House and the National Theatre in London. Course Outline Students on this programme are interviewed and accepted based on their profile in one particular area of study taken from the five subjects on offer (scenic art, set construction, costume construction, prop making and set & costume design). This subject becomes their major study and is the basis for their pathway through the programme and potential employment opportunities after graduation. BAPAD Level 1 in Outline Level one of the Programme is based on experiencing all areas of the theatre production process as well as building initial skills and knowledge in your major subject. You will receive a broad based introduction to the production environment and the standard practices both in production arts and design and also in its sister programme production technology and management. In the five core subjects, the design process is examined through a range of projects, workshop rotations and collaborative projects culminating in the choice of a minor subject to compliment your major study pathway. You will also investigate the collaborative nature of production and performance have the opportunity to work with other level one students from across the Conservatoire on small collaborative projects. BAPAD Level 2 in Outline Level two aims to help you consolidate your fundamental skills and knowledge and then to introduce you to more advanced approaches and techniques including management and self-promotion. Production Arts students begin by engaging with practice based work on Conservatoire productions as part of a collaborative team with students from Level Three. Processes, skills and techniques are gathered as well as the opportunity to observe senior students in managerial positions. Design students explore the design process from concept to final presentation through a personal project and then have the opportunity to work as part of the stage crew on the Conservatoire’s pantomime. This leads to an allocation as Designer for a Conservatoire production – normally realised on stage in the first weeks of level three. Here begins your individual pathway, as negotiated with your Transitions Tutor, where learning is designed to promote your own individual development and achievement. Trimester two engages you with both mandatory and elective studies through which you will equip yourselves to progress onto more complex, senior roles. Professional practice at level two focuses on the development of the individual portfolio and personal promotion skills. Also at level two you will engage with ‘Choice’ modules where you can choose from a range of modules on offer from programmes across the institution or undertake a negotiated project BAPAD Level 3 in Outline Level three enables you to consolidate of all of your learning and exploration and develop specialist skills in autonomous situations. Each student negotiates their individual pathway in the third year in order to take effectively take advantage of the available production roles, personal projects, choice modules and secondment opportunities over the two trimesters. You will work collaboratively with other students on Conservatoire productions and individually on individually planned and executed personal projects aimed at increasing your skills in identified areas. The Secondment ensures you are making contacts with industry practitioners and potential employers and often acts as a springboard into your first job. A Showcase of work, organise and created by the final year students goes on display in May of the final year and a range of potential employers , as well as friend and family are invited to see your work at close range. Assessment Much work is assessed through staff observations of your practice but reflection underpins the approach to assessment, and reflective journals and summary statements form a key component of assessment in all modules. There is a strong emphasis on the assessment of process. Students in levels two and three engage in portfolio building as an element of professional development planning, specifically designed to aid their self-promotion, and transition into the workplace. Entry Requirements Scottish Highers – 3 passes (grade C or above) A Levels – 2 passes International Baccalaureate – minimum score of 24 with 3 subjects at Higher Level We offer a flexible approach to students taking Highers over more than one academic year and/or who achieve their qualifications in more than one sitting. Entrance to the Conservatoire is based on talent, potential and ability, therefore consideration will be given to relevant experience which is deemed to compensate for any traditional education. We accept a wide range of qualification, including international qualifications. English Language The language of study is English. Applicants whose first language is not English will be required to provide evidence of proficiency in English. We accept the International English Language Testing System (IELTS). IELTS – 6.5 with a minimum score of 5.5 in each component [-]

BSc in Psychology

Campus UK Glasgow Full time 4 years
February 2015

This degree will provide students with an excellent grounding in psychology. [+]

BSc in Psychology

This degree will provide students with an excellent grounding in psychology. BSc / BSc (Hons) Psychology students carry out research individually and in groups which allows them to understand and apply relevant psychological theories to real life situations.

Students are also encouraged to consider employability skills and apply psychological theory to voluntary or paid work experience to prepare them for future employment. The programme allows students to study psychology alongside other subjects such as biology, social science or media subjects. Most modules are delivered by means of lectures, lab work and seminars, with a strong emphasis at all levels on small group work.... [-]

BSc in Computer Games (Design)

Campus UK Glasgow Full time
February 2015

The video games industry continues to grow every year with constant advances made in the field of Video Games Technology. Subsequently, the software is always evolving in order to push the limits of this technology and produce more and more advanced computer gaming experiences for the increasingly sophisticated gamer. The BSc/BSc (Hons) Computer Games programme suite aims to meet these continuing and development needs of the computer games industry. [+]

Bachelors 2014/2015 in Scotland UK. BSc in Computer Games (Design)

The video games industry continues to grow every year with constant advances made in the field of Video Games Technology. Subsequently, the software is always evolving in order to push the limits of this technology and produce more and more advanced computer gaming experiences for the increasingly sophisticated gamer.

The BSc/BSc (Hons) Computer Games programme suite aims to meet these continuing and development needs of the computer games industry.

An optional feature of this programme is the one-year sandwich placement. This can be undertaken after completing the BSc third year. The placement consists of a year of practical paid work experience in a suitable company position. The different types of posts undertaken can be of quite a diverse range but will always relate to your area of study. Recently students have been placed with companies such as IBM, Dell Corporation, National Australia Group, The Royal Bank of Scotland and Strathclyde Police among others. Undertaking the placement can provide valuable experience to enhance your career prospects following your graduation.... [-]

BSc in Midwifery/Midwifery Studies

Campus UK Glasgow Full time
February 2015

The programme is an international programme, with students from several countries participating in the on-line delivery through the medium of Blackboard. [+]

BSc in Midwifery/Midwifery Studies

The programme is an international programme, with students from several countries participating in the on-line delivery through the medium of Blackboard. All participants have a midwifery qualification. Students have a diversity of experience, which promotes stimulating exchange of ideas. The programme takes account of previous academic and experiential learning.

Programme Aims

The programme aims to enhance the academic and professional development of midwives in a climate which encourages reflection, international dialogue, inquiry and good practice. The programme is in keeping with WHO (2005) recommendations to promote harmonisation of educational experience amongst European midwives.For the programme aim to be achieved, students will require to assimilate, integrate and utilise knowledge derived from different sources and from separate fields of study. On completion, students will have developed at a personal level and will have been challenged to think broadly in a number of areas. The following are a selection of outcomes that can be achieved through the programme of study.... [-]

BA in Social Work

Campus UK Glasgow Full time
February 2015

The programme has been designed to encourage in students a developing understanding of the knowledge base of social work and increased exposure to social work practice. [+]

Bachelors 2014/2015 in Scotland UK. BA in Social Work

The programme has been designed to encourage in students a developing understanding of the knowledge base of social work and increased exposure to social work practice.

The programme is developmental and provides a journey for students through the following years: Year 1 provides "Foundations for Social Work Practice" and students will study a wide range of subjects including social sciences, inter-professional studies and includes preparation for working in an information society.

A short observational placement is undertaken in first year. Year 2 will take students further into key contextual areas with the theme of "Context of Social Work Practic". Subjects such as Law, Values and Ethics among many others will be taught, with a short observational placement also undertaken.... [-]