Students explore new forms of branding via social media, blogging and personal websites, seek alternative ethical and sustainable practices as well as operate in a culturally diverse and globalised world. In addition, entrepreneurial modelling techniques helps them to understand the business of fashion and start'ups. There are 3 core taught courses; a final project and a further combination option courses that can be taken across design, the Institute for Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship (ICCE) and media and communications departments.
Core modules: ethical paradigms; social paradigms; digital paradigms; independent research project; plus optional modules.
Course Additional Entry
An undergraduate degree in a design'related subject; relevant experience in an area of creative professional practice; a PDF portfolio of practical work or relevant professional experience.
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