Bachelor Degree in Arts in Istanbul in Turkey

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Art Theory and Criticism (Minor Program)

Sabanci University
Campus Full time September 2017 Turkey İstanbul

The honors minor program in <strong>Art Theory and Criticism</strong> merges diverse aspects of visual studies into a unique curriculum, providing the students with an understanding of the major intellectual trends and debates in the visual arts, including art history, theory, criticism, and museum studies. [+]

Bachelors in Arts in Istanbul in Turkey. The honors minor program in Art Theory and Criticism merges diverse aspects of visual studies into a unique curriculum, providing the students with an understanding of the major intellectual trends and debates in the visual arts, including art history, theory, criticism, and museum studies. This comprises a study of the new philosophies of vision that have emerged over the past decades and affected our ways of seeing and the new technologies and media that have redefined lifestyles and social relations. A significant aspect of the program is its critical approach. New methods and theories drawn from a variety of disciplines provide students with an intellectually challenging and stimulating venue where they can develop analytical skills to explore the visual arts and their intellectual and theoretical underpinnings. The broad scope of this innovative program ranging from art history and theory to criticism and curatorship, includes an interactive study experience in Istanbul's art exhibitions, in particular the Sakıp Sabancı Museum, offering our students a unique opportunity to test their theoretical knowledge. Degree Requirements Program Requirements may vary according to the year of first enrollment. Application Requirements Minor Honor Programs are designed to provide knowledge and information in areas other than those of the student's registered diploma program. Succesful undergraduate students who satisfy the specific terms and conditions, are candidates for the minor honors programs. Students can apply for the minor honors programs, as early as the beginning of the term following the term in which they declare their major, by submitting a written request and transcript to the Faculty Dean's office between the dates announced for the application. In order for application to be evaluated, the Cumulative and Semester Grade Point Average (CGPA and GPA) must be at least 3.00 at the time of application and the application must be approved by the Faculty Board. A certificate is awarded to students who successfully have completed all the courses in their registered minor honors program, who have a CGPA of at least 3.00/4.00 besides the Bachelor's Diploma for satisfying the undergraduate degree requirements. [-]

Bachelor Visual Merchandising

IFA Paris
Campus Full time 3 years

The IFA Paris Bachelor in Visual Merchandising is unique, this full-time program is organized over three academic years with a focus on acquiring the professional skills required by this fast-moving industry. Students are given flexibility in the second year when they decide to major in Marketing or Visual Merchandising. [+]

Visual Merchandising Joint Bachelor with Academia Italiana 1 Program, 2 Schools, 3 Campuses: Paris, Shanghai & Florence French and Italian Heritage: 1 year in Paris, 1 year in Florence, 1 year in Paris Bridging two continents: 1 year in Shanghai, 1 year in Florence, 1 year in Paris • COURSE INTAKE: September 2016 • TOTAL WORKLOAD: 4,556 hours • ECTS CREDITS: 180 • APPLICATION FEE: €150 • COURSE INTAKE: September 2016 • TUITION FEE: €9,400 in Paris & Florence, ¥70,000 in Shanghai • LIMITED TO: 25 students per class Have you ever passed by the window displays of Selfridges, Bloomingdales or Printemps and stopped on your track as you admired their design? At the opposite of the spectrum, have you ever wondered what is this instinct that urges you to push the opaque fiber glass doors of the Comme des Garcons flagship store in Rue du Faubourg St. Honore in Paris? Whether we are astounded by their complexity or our curiosity or intrigued by their apparent simplicity, stores that achieve to make customers « pop in » to take a look are the ones that have mastered the art of visual merchandising. Visual merchandising is a highly utilized platform applied by brands to promote a visual concept to its customers. Visual merchandisers are highly sought after, as they develop visual strategies and promote products, services in store and in catalogs, to excite and engage. This first point of contact is also known as silent selling. Too often reduced to window dressing, visual merchandising is a much more complex function of retail as it entails not only props or external decor in general but also interior architecture. The specific path that we follow within a store without even realizing it, the light intensity that varies according to the day or the impulse buying products strategically placed right next to the cashier are as many elements that participate to the achievement of the visual merchandiser’s ultimate goal: maximize the sales volume per available retailing square meter. As part of its philosophy to provide students that the most up to date and industry relevant academic programs, IFA Paris has crafted a unique Bachelor in Visual Merchandising in collaboration with its Florentine academic partner: Academia Italiana. Following the principle of campus rotations that IFA Paris has pioneered, students enrolled in the Bachelor in Visual Merchandising will have the possibility to follow their course in 3 locations: Shanghai, Florence and Paris. Being three important centers for the fashion industry those three cities will provide our students different but complementary perspectives that will allow them to think outside the box. [-]

Bachelor Fashion Marketing

IFA Paris
Campus Full time 3 - 3 years

The Bachelors in Fashion Marketing and Fashion Distribution Management share a similar innovative structure that enhance the possibility to have a robust business curriculum for fashion that stimulates creativity and talent while exploring the dichotomies between East and West in terms of strategies for marketing, communication, distribution and branding. [+]

Bachelors in Arts in Istanbul in Turkey. ECTS CREDITS EARNED: 180 APPLICATION FEE: €150 LIMITED TO 25 students per class Both Bachelors count on a common first year and are intended to be split into two different courses for the second and third year, in order to give a more profound and specific practical knowledge of the preferred specialization, ending to a specific award. The modules offer a systemic training, a constant challenge for all students pacing each specific ability through individual assignments, teamwork and discovery of the industry. The practical application of the theoretical knowledge is warranted by field trips and workshops given by fashion, business, branding and marketing experts. While the course is structured around unique module and learning experiences, the highlight is our faculty of skilled and motivated lecturers who come from more than 20 different countries. This veritable educational melting pot allows the students to benefit from different cultural perspectives which in turns stimulates their propensity to analyze and solve issues in creative and unconventional ways. The 3 years structuring the course correspond to the 3 levels identified within the Higher Education Framework. The course is constructed in compliance with the Bologna Convention principles and grants participants, upon completion, a total of 180 ECTS (60 ECTS per year). Course Structure First Year: Bachelor in Fashion Marketing and Fashion Distribution Management Under the framework of Higher Education the first year corresponds to a HE Level 4. Students are following core modules in order to discover the universe of fashion business. They will acquire basic skills in marketing, communication, market research, human resources and accounting in order to lay the pedagogical foundation of their learning curve. Module Groupings: Marketing Foundations: is where students are going to be introduced to the world of marketing in a broad frame. Basic Marketing Principles Segmentation, Targeting and Positioning Consumer Behavior Basic marketing Communication Fashion Business: is the Module Grouping where students will be introduced to their career as entrepreneurs. Basic Accounting and Statistics Human Resources Fashion Industry Cycle Fashion Distribution Panorama Fashion Branding Fashion Environment: this is the very specific module to open the cores and specificities of a career in fashion, where students are guided to learn the basics of creation. Garment Typology Product Development Color Theory and Design Fashion Trends Digital Fashion: is the Module Grouping that will challenge practical and electronic skills, needed to be proficiently owned by everyone in the industry. Office Pack Basic Internet Skills Graphic Skills Supporting Studies: Provides students with the tools necessary to develop their understanding of their personal, career and industry-based development. Contemporary Fashion History: Fashion Culture Fashion News Personal & Professional Development Working Methodology Second Year: Bachelor in Fashion Marketing Under the framework of Higher Education the second year corresponds to a he Level 5. In this stage of their learning experience students are invited to specialize in Fashion Marketing. The focus is put on marketing communications with a perfect blend between business and creative modules. Module Groupings: Marketing Foundations: This module grouping is structured around both strategic and operational perspectives of Fashion Marketing in order to give students a profound and innovative comprehension of their discipline. Strategic Marketing: Media and Advertising PR and Brand Communication Retail Management Buying and Merchandising Visual Merchandising Fashion Business: this second installment will allow students to further develop their business and entrepreneurial skills. Finance and Budget E-Fashion Global Social Economics and Emerging Markets Market Research Fashion Environment: the modules composing this second installment focus on the construction of garments. Textile Technology Garment Production and Quality Technical Files Supporting Studies: In the second year this module grouping represents a platform towards developing further students’ professional and creative skills in order to make them market ready for their third year internship. Preparation to Internship Personal & Professional Development Creative Writing 1 and 2 Digital Fashion: students will implement the basics learnt during their first year module grouping in order to apply their skills to the creation of marketing collaterals. Graphic Skills 2 Third Year: Bachelor in Fashion Marketing Under the framework of Higher Education the third year corresponds to a HE Level 6. In the final process of their learning experience students will mobilize all the transferrable skills previously acquired in order to overcome challenges posed by the development of their own personal project. Students electing the Fashion Marketing specialization will be required to produce a comprehensive marketing plan with a focus on branding and communication strategies In conjunction students will have to complete a period of internship so as to apply their theoretical knowledge in a practical context. Student Workload over the 3 years: Total Workload 3893 Hours 2257 Hours of Face to Face Lectures 1456 Hours of Self Study 180 Hours of Industry Networking Admission requirements: High School graduate or equivalence A strong passion for Fashion, a stronger motivation in Business. Really keen in communication, marketing and brand. The program Is taught in English and Chinese in Shanghai, English in Paris. Non English or non-Commonwealth students are required to provide evidences of their level of English (admission starts from a minimum 5.5 IELTS or equivalent). We evaluate and can manage students’ APL scores with a minimum experience of 2 years with reference and portfolio to allow a direct enrollment with modules exemption or in second year. [-]

Bachelor Fashion Design & Technology

IFA Paris
Campus Full time 3 - 3 years September 2017 Turkey Shanghai

The Bachelor in Fashion Design & Technology is the IFA Paris signature program. It combines the French fashion heritage with the latest technological changes and an international perspective to meet the current fashion industry requirements. [+]

IFA PARIS BACHELOR Certified by IDEL as "International Bachelor" 3-year program In English and French in Paris and in English in Shanghai 3 CAMPUSES - Paris, Shanghai and Istanbul with the possibility to transfer INTAKE: September 2015 TOTAL WORKLOAD: 4,556 hours ECTS CREDITS EARNED: 180 APPLICATION FEE: €150 LIMITED TO 25 students per class The Bachelor in Fashion Design & Technology is the IFA Paris signature program. It combines the French fashion heritage with the latest technological changes and an international perspective to meet the current fashion industry requirements. The innovative teaching methods mixing traditional lectures, practical workshops, personal researches, experimentation, peer to peer presentations and various visits, lead students to become creative and pragmatic, curious and analytical, imaginative and excellent technicians and prepare them to the possibility of an international career. The one to one approach allows them to develop their own creative universe while being adaptable to different styles, types of brand and market segments at the same time. This very complete, intensive, varied and exciting program trains fashion lovers to the jobs of Fashion Designer. However the perfect knowledge of fashion products and creative process it provides, allows participants to also achieve positions such as Stylist, Pattern Maker, Production Manager, Independent Designer, or even Collection Director, Art Director, or Merchandiser when completed by IFA Paris' Master of Arts in Contemporary Fashion Design. Course Structure The course is organized around 3 Ateliers lasting each 30 academic weeks. Each atelier encompasses specific module groupings structured around various themes. The 3 Ateliers correspond to the 3 levels identified within the Higher Education Framework. The course is constructed in compliance with the Bologna Convention principles and grant participants, upon completion, a total of 180 ECTS (60 ECTS per Atelier or year). The underlying rationale behind this course construction is to allow students to be immersed in an environment that mimics what their working conditions will be like in a fashion studio. The assessment strategy uses a perfect balance between summative and formative assessments in order to improve skills not only on core disciplines but also in project planning and time management. Projects are concurrently conducted between all modules in order to improve students’ transferrable skills, allowing them to link skills and competencies from various domains. Premier Atelier : Discovery The first atelier is conducted as the first year of the Bachelor Course. Under the framework of Higher Education Programs, the first Atelier is equivalent to a HE Level 4. Students are following core modules in order to discover the universe of fashion. They will acquire basic skills in design, construction, digital fashion and fashion history in order to lay the pedagogical foundation of their learning curve. Fashion Design 1 : In the first installment of this module grouping, students will discover the fundamental skills of fashion design : How to sketch women and men figurines and technical drawings of each type of garments How to use colors and create color ranges adapted to fashion How to design prints and integrate them into a garments collection How to develop a creative research methodology and exacerbate their curiosity and creativity How to express their inspirations and ideas through mood boards, illustrations, stylization and complete professional portfolios How to build and structure a collection plan. Fashion Workshop 1 : Fashion design is not only abstract conceptions, and creativity must be supported by practical experimentation and technical researches. In this first installment of Fashion Workshop, students will experiment different dying methods and printing techniques, work on silhouette construction through styling, discover and analyze various Artists and Designers through attending International exhibitions or work on the implementation of concept and developed in the Fashion Design Module. Digital Fashion Design 1 : Mastering the right software is absolutely essential in today’s fashion industry : it’s necessary to design precise technical sketches and to present ideas and designs in a professional way. In the first installment of this module, students will learn the fundamentals of Photoshop, Illustrator and In-Design. Pattern Making and Draping 1 : The knowledge of fashion is incomplete without a good understanding of construction. In the first installment of this module students will discover the two main methods to develop clothes : pattern making and draping. They will learn how to create patterns directly from body measurements or by draping on a dummy according to IFA Paris own construction techniques, developed by our own lecturers over 2 decades. At the end of the first level students will be able to design the patterns of usual skirts, shirts and dresses. Production 1 : Fashion designers have to imagine every details and finishing of the garments they create, that’s why mastering the garment production process is so important. At the first level students will learn gradually different sewing and finishing methods to produce complete garments such as skirts and shirts. Fashion History and Culture : Know the past and understand the present to create the future. Like every creative field, fashion is a culture and it’s essential to know its history and development before being able to visualize the directions it will take. Through lectures, researches and presentation of archives, students will discover the evolution of fashion through time and analyze the works, style and inspiration of the most important fashion designers with a special focus on the masters of the international fashion from the last forty years. Deuxieme Atelier : Experimentation The second atelier is conducted as the second year of the Bachelor Course. Under the Higher Education Programs framework, the second atelier is equivalent to a HE Level 5. In this stage of their learning experience students are invited to develop their creativity through experimentation. Specific themes such as men’s wear, children’s wear or knitting workshop will be covered through interlinked modules. The pedagogical objective is to improve participants’ critical thinking. Fashion Design 2 : In the second installment of this module students will apply the skills acquired during the first year and experiment new inspirations and concepts in various fashion projects including menswear collection, accessories collection, children’s wear collection and fabric transformation. They will have to adapt their personal ideas to different kind of products and market segments and understand how to adapt their own creativity to main fashion trends. Fashion Workshop 2 : In connection to Fashion Design 2, students will continue to explore various techniques and practical methods that can enhance their creative expression. They will experiment embroideries, pleating or knitting methods that will allow them to imagine more elaborate fashion products. They will also have the opportunity to collaborate with professional suppliers and external workshops to experiment the management of the supply chain which is an important part of the job of a fashion designer. Digital Fashion Design 2 : The second part of this module is designed as a workshop supporting the development of students’ creations in Fashion Design as well as in Fashion Workshop. By this stage students will be guided by their instructors in order to assess which software is better suited to their creative and personal requirements. The objective is to experiment and find the best tool to generate fashion design portfolios and presentation reflecting the students’ own identities. Pattern Making and Draping 2 : Building up on Pattern Making and Draping 1, the module will allow students to learn how to combine two-dimensional and three-dimensional approaches to find the best methodology so as to create the patterns for any kind of garments. They will experiment how to adapt the classical construction of pants, tailored jackets, kimono and raglan sleeves to create the pattern of their most creative designs. Production 2 : Like in the PMD module, the main goal of the second level production module is to lead students to be able to choose and practice the best production strategy and finishing method to maximize the quality of the finished garments they have to produce. Digital Fashion Product : It’s very important to keep students up to date with the latest changes within the fashion industry. While the software developed by Lectra is a usual support in fashion production, 3D printing is a brand-new technology that is bound to become inevitable in the future. In this module students will learn the basic use of Lectra and one 3D graphic software they will later experiment with in the completion of fashion projects. Textile Technology : Fabric is still the main raw material of fashion, that’s why it’s essential to fashion students to have a deep knowledge of textile products. Through lectures, researches and workshops, students will learn how fabrics are produced from fibers to weaving and knitting, understand their various characteristics, textures and qualities and experiment their best uses for garment production according to their specificities. Fashion Marketing 1 : Although a creative one, fashion is an industry and fashion design is also affected by a brand strategy, market segmentation or price positioning. In this module student will learn the basic marketing tools and explore the key success factors that lead fashion brand to success. Troisieme Atelier : Imprint The third atelier is conducted as the third year of the Bachelor Course. Under the Higher Education Programs framework, the second atelier is equivalent to a HE Level 6. In the final process of their learning experience, students will focus on expressing their own voice as a designer. Through the development of a Mini-Collection they will be asked to think in terms of personal creativity, appropriate construction techniques, contemporaneity and unique selling proposition and positioning. The final objective here is to prepare a unique portfolio of garments to be used as stepping stone for job search within the industry or access to the Post-Graduate Course at IFA called “Contemporary Fashion Design”. Fashion Design 3 : The main focus of the 3rd installment of the fashion design module is to create a complete and professional collection of womenswear or menswear according to a given theme. Each student will have to develop their own concepts and interpretations, design silhouettes including accessories, build a collection plan and create complete technical files of 4 to 6 garments that will be produced by the students. At the end of the process, students will have to present their collection portfolio to a professional jury. Digital Fashion Design 3 : In the last installment of this module the main purpose will be to support the fashion design process and to create a personal and creative layout for the final collection portfolio. Pattern Making and Draping 3 : In this final module students will have to develop 3 to 6 prototypes from the collection they have created. They will conduct research on volumes, find the right methodology to develop pattern in the most efficient way and finalize the pattern of the garments they have to produce after a fitting session on models. Production 3 : In the production module, students will have to find and choose the most adapted fabrics, identify the best sewing methods and finishing solutions in order to produce their prototypes in the most professional way. At the end of this process the best collection and prototypes will be selected by the jury to be showcased in the IFA Paris annual Bachelor Fashion Design fashion show. Fashion Marketing 2 : While continuing to explore the main marketing theories and practice, students will have to define a marketing strategy for their final collection with target market, price positioning, distribution and communication strategy, IFA Career and Alumni Center : The 3 Ateliers will be complemented on a yearly basis by 60 hours of industry relations. Students will get the opportunity to attend special guest lectures given by industry professionals. Field trips to factories, studios and workshops will also complement the series of guest lectures. Through IFA Career and Alumni Center’s database, students will be able to be exposed to the latest and most current industry techniques while increasing their own professional network of contacts. Student Workload over the 3 years : 2112 Hours of Face-to-Face lectures 2444 Hours of Self-Study 180 Hours of Industry Networking Admission requirements : High school graduates or equivalence A strong motivation in fashion The program is taught in English and Chinese in Shanghai, English and French in Paris. In Paris non English or French speaking students are required to provide an IELTS or a TCF score. [-]

Bachelor in Architecture

Nisantasi University
Campus or Online Full time 4 years February 2017 Turkey İstanbul

Students are admitted to this four-year-undergraduate program with their MF-4 points in YGS. The department of Architecture requires a strong content knowledge of mathematics, geometry and real interest in visual arts and philosophy. [+]

Bachelors in Arts in Istanbul in Turkey. About department Students are admitted to this four-year-undergraduate program with their MF-4 points in YGS. The department of Architecture requires a strong content knowledge of mathematics, geometry and real interest in visual arts and philosophy. Courses in four different fields such as architectural design and building information, history of architecture, environmental control and construction technologies, project construction and management are offered to the students in depth. Students create and present project with this knowledge at laboratories and workshops in each semester. This means that students actively participate in their education process. It is aimed to provide our students with skills like designing all kinds of construction, designing places, producing the objects which users need, technical training about planning and coordinating the construction processes as well as skills of self-improvement based on art and culture, and skills of solving problems about the job. Employment Opportunities Construction sector is the leading sector in the country's economy along with the other sectors that it affects. Architects can choose places and do a feasibility study for the real estate investment companies; be assigned in every stage of designing, cost management, and production in broad sense; coordinate all the disciplines in the process of using the designed product; conduct commitment issues, field control, and consultation services; sell and do marketing for construction materials; work as academicians in an academic environment; work in organization and publishing business in architecture and art fields. Architects can work in public institutions such as the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, Ministry of Environment and Urban Planning, Ministry of Development, municipalities as well as in private sector for commitment, designing, real estate improvement firms, and they can also open their own business and work as freelancers. With the rising trend of gentrification, new employment areas have been created for architects. About Courses Curriculum of the department of Architecture offers courses that give the information that can be used in every stage of professional life. Basics of designing, computer-assisted design, building information, structure information, technologies of architecture, architectural design, construction materials, architectural project, building survey, protection- restoration, zoning law, architectural construction project are the core courses of the department. Many elective courses about specific areas are offered to students as well. Intake On-Campus: September & February of each year Online: All Year Round, student can incorporate any month of the year [-]