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Placements

The course offers an optional (48 weeks) one-year work placement after the second year, in the UK or abroad. This will give you the opportunity to gain valuable hands-on experience, insight into your chosen career and open up your graduate employment prospects. Our Placement Unit and academic staff have excellent industry links and can support you in applying for and finding your placement(s), as well as during your placement year.

Students within the area of Contemporary Art and Illustration have previously taken up placement opportunities with companies including: The House of Illustration - London; The Association of Illustrators - London; Plum Pudding Publishing – Surrey; Advocate Art – Worthing and Derma Décor – Rotherham.

Alternatively, if you are a student from within the UK or the EU, you could consider starting your own small business by applying for the Enterprise Placement Year in conjunction with the University’s Enterprise Team. You’ll have the opportunity to benefit from business advice, mentoring and networking sessions. You can find out more information on the Enterprise Placement Year .

You can find out more information on placements here .

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Please ring the Clearing helpline on 0330 123 2277 .

The new Barbara Hepworth Building at the University of Huddersfield brings together our Art, Design and Architecture programmes under one roof.

The £30million investment embodies all that is current, contemporary and creative. It offers huge potential to act as a catalyst for future connectivity, setting the scene for collaboration and learning.

Due to open in late 2019, our students will experience a completely new way of working, revolutionising partnerships and creative exchanges from their first day of study.

For more information, please visit: hud.ac/edm

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Year 1

Core modules:

The module will concentrate on promoting an in-depth and disciplined approach to the breadth of contemporary practices in contemporary art and/or illustration. The focus is on exploration and experimentation, in both ideas and materials, as a broad introduction to approaches to practice. You will be encouraged to draw upon existing knowledge in order to begin to establish the frameworks within which to operate as a creative practitioner. You will be encouraged to engage in processes such as drawing, painting, printmaking, lens-based media and 3D work, and examine these processes in relation to your personal conceptual and critical development. (100% portfolio).

Building on your experience during the first term, this module continues to promote research and experimentation in the production of practical work. You will be asked to draw upon knowledge and progress gained in Studio Practice 1 in order to extend the range of your visual practice. Debates and issues within contemporary practice will continue to inform your thinking and development, and you will begin to recognise a range of contexts in which you might work. You will continue to develop a structured and self-critical methodology in relation to your studio work. (100% portfolio).

This module introduces you to vital discourses and debates surrounding the influences, production and critical reception of contemporary art and/or illustration. We will explore the culture of the subject with reference to a wide range of images, artefacts, selected texts, film excerpts, reviews and exhibitions. We will help you to learn to recognise and appraise key conventions and contexts and apply that knowledge in the studio, in discussion, and in a series of written formats which recognise the breadth of creative and critical styles deployed by today’s practitioners. This will help to develop your confidence and ability to demonstrate your understanding of and engagement with contemporary art and/or illustration. (100% contextual portfolio).

Year 2

This module focuses on identifying a potential direction within a range of practices. Based on the experience and knowledge gained during the first year, you will now begin to negotiate the types of practice with which you wish to engage. Building upon the exposure to a variety of media, concepts and contexts from Studio Practice 1 and 2, you will increase your sense of independence in studio activity as you develop your own creative identity. You will begin to consider your work within current contexts and debates around Contemporary Art and Illustration and their inter-relationship. (100% portfolio).

This module extends the level of independence developed in Studio Practice 3. It requires you to develop greater self-reliance and self-critical ability. It combines both internally set and external projects. Through negotiation, you will articulate a clearer idea of your position within creative practice, and test your practice within external contexts. You will develop independent projects and be encouraged to make links with appropriate professional bodies in order to explore the potential of your practice and gain professional experiences. This will be augmented by input from visiting specialists, live projects and optional UK-based field trips. (100% portfolio).

Building on knowledge gained in the first year, this module develops your ability to understand and engage with a range of visual, oral and written contexts informing contemporary practice. You will reflect on issues emerging in the studio and situate your own work within wider critical and cultural debates. Lectures, seminars and collaborative workshops will explore cultural theory and research methods to help equip you with the capacity to present knowledge in a number of creative and academic formats. Across the year, these outcomes will be gathered selectively into a research portfolio. (100% research portfolio).

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You will normally spend a total of 48 weeks between the end of year two and the beginning of your final year in a managed work experience. You will be encouraged to obtain a placement activity relevant to your area of specialism, however a wide range of placements will be regarded as suitable. The placement will be monitored and you will be assessed on completion. (100%).

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This module will establish and inform your major project. Within it you will identify a theme/subject/issue relevant to your practice. The module will re-emphasise the importance of in-depth research, within which you will demonstrate originality, pro-activity and innovation. The context and parameters of this module will be defined by you, through negotiation and ongoing dialogue with your tutors. (100% research portfolio).

You will build upon and test research developed in THD1379 Research and Development. You will be encouraged to channel your creative and intellectual skills, either as an individual, or as part of a collaboration or interdisciplinary team, to create innovative, original or highly professional propositions(s) appropriate to your discipline through, for example; sketchbooks, worksheets and creative outputs. You will be asked to select the most appropriate form for your major project based on your intentions and create a coherent group of statement pieces. (100% creative project)

This module is specifically designed to unfold throughout the final year, reflecting theoretical, technical and professional issues appropriate to your practice. The module is intended to be a critical and diagnostic tool with which to examine your work. It can be made up of a series of outputs, and will help you to determine and contextualise the direction of your practice-based modules. The process of reflection, research and critical analysis is vital to the module. It will help you to identify connections between concept, method, realisation and mediation of your major project. It will allow you to demonstrate the depth of your knowledge and insight into your specialism, enabling you to make informed decisions/judgements related to your practical outputs. (20% verbal presentation/80% final assessment).

23% of the study time on this course is spent in tutorials, seminars, workshops, lectures etc.

Much of the work on this course is studio-based, and teaching is delivered through a combination of group tutorials, workshops, live projects, lectures, optional study trips (national and international), seminars and individual tutorials.

Your assessment will include verbal and illustrative presentations of your practical and developmental work, written work for contextual analysis and assignments, plus self-assessment and evaluation.

Your module specification/course handbook will provide full details of the assessment criteria applying to your course.

Feedback (usually written) is normally provided on all coursework submissions within three term time weeks – unless the submission was made towards the end of the session in which case feedback would be available on request after the formal publication of results. Feedback on exam performance/final coursework is available on request after the publication of results.

Inspirational field trips to destinations of educational and cultural significance are a component of the course and will be funded by the University. Study trips may include visits to galleries, museums, exhibitions and events.

Further information

The teaching year normally starts in September with breaks at Christmas and Easter, finishing with a main examination/assessment period around May/June. Timetables are normally available one month before registration. As this is a full-time course, you may have to attend every day of the week.

Your course is made up of modules and each module is worth a number of credits. Each year you study modules to the value of 120 credits, adding up to 360 credits in total for a bachelor’s qualification. These credits can come from a combination of core, compulsory and optional modules but please note that optional modules may not run if we do not have enough students interested.

If you achieve 120 credits for the current stage you are at, you may progress to the next stage of your course, subject to any professional, statutory or regulatory body guidelines.

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A gallery of work by our Illustration BA(Hons) students and graduates. Click on each image to find out more.You can see work from across the School of Art, Design and Architecture on our gallery page .

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We know you’re coming to university to undertake your course, meet new people and broaden your horizons. However, we also help you to focus on life after you have graduated to ensure that your hard work pays off and you achieve your ambition. So while you’re here (and even after you graduate) the Careers and Employability Service offer professional help, support and guidance, including industry-supported workshops, careers fairs and one-to-one guidance sessions. Find out more about the Service .* Percentage of graduates from this course who go on to work and/or further study within six months of graduating (DLHE Survey 2014/15).

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