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Get prepared for the TV and film industries as a Prosthetics and Special Effects Make-up artist.
BA (Hons) Special Effects Make Up Design and Prosthetics is a very versatile and modern degree that will equip you the skills and knowledge you need to create memorable characters for film, television and theatre productions
Applicants require 80 UCAS points (UCAS 2017 tariff), with minimum of grade 'C’ in both GCSE Maths and English. This equates to MMP or above at BTEC National Diploma, CCD at A-Level, or Merit on the Diploma Foundation Studies (Art, Design and Media).
However, in line with the widening participation brief and lifelong learning strategy, the Institute will also encourage applications from non-traditional learners who lack formal academic qualifications. All such non-traditional applicants will be interviewed, and will carry out a bespoke assignment in order to assess their academic potential and relevant experience.
After finishing the course you will be equipped with skills to help you begin a career as: Special effects and Prosthetics Make-up Artist, Workshop practitioner, Character Designer, Maquete Maker. There are also direct or indirect links with other industries that are related to mould making, sculpting and casting.
The Special Effects Make-up Design and Prosthetics degree, invites anyone who has a passion for creation, to discover fantastic opportunities for learning and employment. Studying with us will not just help you to gain a degree but to get a true learning experience along with other adult learners who share the same dream.
You will attain a large variety of self-management, team working and communicating skills which will direct your footsteps in the ever-changing creative industry. You will gain the ability to analyse, formulate independent conclusions and identify your own strengths, weaknesses and areas of development. Your enthusiasm will be framed with the ability to work under pressure, understand deadlines, discipline and accommodate change.
The programme has a very strong reputation within the industry and as such, benefits from links to a number of high-profile operators such as Millennium FX, Hybrid FX and Kristyan Mallet Make Up Effects. These and other industry partners have provided work experience opportunities and internships for Grimsby students.
The course is designed to ensure that all learners have equal opportunity to participate in all aspects of programmes, regardless of disability, age, race, religion or gender. The learning and teaching approach is designed to be inclusive and celebrates diversity within the student body.
Finally, as the programme fits within theFaculty of Digital and Creative Industries at Grimsby, students are encouragedto work on projects with undergraduates from different areas to simulatereal-life experience in the creative industries
This is a full time course. Students will need to attend university two-three days a week. They will also need time for self-directed study and assessment completion, which can be done at home or at university in “open workshop” time to suit individuals’ commitments and preferences.
Since the entire course is designed to address individual needs and each learner has a lot of one to one time with the tutors, the opportunities are endless. Students achieve an extremely high level of development because we leave no questions unanswered. Other than the default skills that the course is providing to the learners, we are always open to new ideas and innovating techniques. We don’t only expect research from the students, instead we continuously seek for the newest methods and materials to keep our teaching up to date.
Students are required to purchase a specific kit containing materials and tools vital for prosthetic manufacture and application which will see you through your degree and on in to industry. The kit is priced at £400 and successful applicants will be instructed on how to order.Workshops, general materials and tools are provided by the course.