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Bath Spa University BA (Hons) in Creative Arts Practice
Bath Spa University

BA (Hons) in Creative Arts Practice

Bath, United Kingdom

3 Years

English

Full time, Part time

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23 Sep 2024

GBP 17,585 / per year *

On-Campus

* international full time | UK part time: £4,625 | UK full time: £9,250 | professional placement year full time for UK: £1,850 international: £3,517

Introduction

This studio-based creative arts degree places making at its heart.

You'll gain a practical grounding in a range of creative fields of study, including ceramics, textiles, print, and wood/metal/plastics, before choosing your specialism. You’ll also explore the critical, conceptual, ethical, and environmental issues in contemporary craft through the role of making within social, cultural, and historical contexts.

Throughout your studies you’ll learn a broad range of skills to help you flourish in the workplace, including social networking, photographing your work, creating digital portfolios, applying for competitions, marketing, creating a web presence, setting up a business, working on commissions, pricing your work, approaching galleries, exhibiting, and fundraising. As we’re an Adobe Creative Campus, you’ll also have free access to a suite of industry-standard creative apps.

You’ll graduate with the confidence and transferable skills to establish your practice as a creative artist or maker or go on to pursue a career within the creative industries.

Professional Placement Year (UCAS code: RTFC)

This year provides you with the opportunity to identify, apply for, and secure professional experience, normally comprising one to three placements over a minimum of nine months. Successful completion of this module will demonstrate your ability to secure and sustain graduate-level employment.

By completing the module, you'll be entitled to the addition of 'with Professional Placement Year' to your degree title.

Before your Professional Placement Year, you'll work to secure your placement, constructing a development plan with your module leader and your placement coordinator from our Careers and Employability team.

On your return to the University for your final year, you'll submit your Placement Portfolio, detailing your development on your placement, for assessment.

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