Part time Bachelor Degree in Arts in Wales in United Kingdom

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A bachelor’s degree is a post-secondary degree awarded after completed 120 credits. It usually takes eight semesters to complete a Bachelor’s degree. While completing an undergraduate course, candidates have to study general courses and chose a major specific subject. A Bachelor’s degree can also be called a baccalaureate in certain countries.

The Arts refers to programs that focus on intellectual type topics that are not always as straightforward as science and math. Those wishing to play a creative role in contributing to the community would be interested in the arts.

The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, commonly known as the United Kingdom and Britain, is a sovereign state located off the north-western coast of continental Europe.The two most famous (and oldest) universities are Oxford and Cambridge (often referred to as Oxbridge by many Britons) England also has several other world-class institutions, including several in London (notably Imperial College, the London School of Economics, University College London and King's College London, all are part of London University)

Wales is one of four main parts of United Kingdom. Welsh language evolved from Celtic and is very different from English. It's one of two official languages in Wales. There is a total of 10 universities with around 150 000 students.

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BA/BSc Product Design

Cardiff Metropolitan University
Campus 3 years August 2017 United Kingdom Cardiff

Your studies may take the form of either a BA or BSc in Product Design, with the option to switch from one to the other at the end of Level 4, once your interests and aspirations have become more defined. Irrespective of this choice, your studies will involve you learning the product development process, from concept to production. [+]

Part time Bachelors in Arts in Wales in United Kingdom. A Product Designer solves problems by conceptualising ideas and, through a systematic process of testing and evaluation, takes them forward towards a fully realised product suitable for manufacture. To do this, they require an array of skills and talents, including a heightened analytic ability, an inquisitive engagement with form and function, and a deep knowledge of materials and technologies. Your studies may take the form of either a BA or BSc in Product Design, with the option to switch from one to the other at the end of Level 4, once your interests and aspirations have become more defined. Irrespective of this choice, your studies will involve you learning the product development process, from concept to production. We take a creative, user-centred approach to design, through observing, listening and testing user-response to products. You will have access to a very wide range of workshop facilities and can develop skills in both traditional and unusual technologies. Working in specialist design studios, you will gain a practical understanding of a wide range of materials. On the BA Product Design, the focus is more on the intellectual and creative skills required to develop objects of purpose, beauty and social relevance. You will be positioned to understand the user, not least in relation to the forms and functions of objects in social groups and diverse cultural situations. In the BSc Product Design, the focus is more on technical and engineering issues and be concerned... [-]

BMus (Hons) in Jazz

Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama
Campus August 2017 United Kingdom Cardiff

Entry to the BMus (Hons) Jazz course is by audition. We expect instrumental and vocal candidates to be able to demonstrate an excellent technical facility [+]

BMus (Hons) in Jazz

Entry to the BMus (Hons) Jazz course is by audition. We expect instrumental and vocal candidates to be able to demonstrate an excellent technical facility and a musical/stylistically aware approach to performance, including improvisation.

Candidates who are successful at audition are usually expected to gain at least two A-Levels, including Music, at grade C or above, or equivalent qualifications prior to entry.

Equivalent qualifications include Scottish Highers, BTEC National Diploma/Certificate, WBQ, International Baccalaureate, Advanced GNVQ, AVCE or Advanced Diploma (Level 3) and recognised international qualifications. ABRSM theory qualifications at Grade VI or above may also be considered as an alternative to A-Levels.... [-]


BMus (Hons) in Music

Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama
Campus August 2017 United Kingdom Cardiff

Entry to the BMus programmes is by audition (or by interview for composers and creative music technology applicants). As a guide to the minimum standard required for entry [+]

BMus (Hons) in Music

Entry to the BMus programmes is by audition (or by interview for composers and creative music technology applicants). As a guide to the minimum standard required for entry, we expect instrumental and vocal candidates to be able to demonstrate musical ability equivalent to that required to gain a Distinction at ABRSM Grade VIII. Composers and Creative Music Technology applicants will be asked to send examples of their creative work to discuss at interview.

Candidates who are successful at audition/interview are usually expected to gain at least two A Levels including Music, at grade C or above (or equivalent qualifications) prior to entry. Equivalent qualifications include Scottish Highers, BTEC National Diploma/Certificate, WBQ, International Baccalaureate, Advanced GNVQ, AVCE or Advanced Diploma (Level 3) and recognised international qualifications. ABRSM theory qualifications at Grade VI or above may also be considered as an alternative to A Levels. In any case, the minimum conditions attached to any offer of a place are based on individual applications/ auditions, and will often be higher than the minimum requirements stated above.... [-]