January 30, 2023

MONTPELLIER

Business/Industrial Goods and Services

Arts into business

And like all of our students you will be able to make your own screen projects through FilmLab, our students' own, well-equipped, film society. That's about 40 hours of classes and independent study each week during term time. Everyone learns at a diff

And like all of our students you will be able to make your own screen projects through FilmLab, our students’ own, well-equipped, film society. That’s about 40 hours of classes and independent study each week during term time. Everyone learns at a different rate, so the number of hours you spend on independent study will be different to other students on your course. Provides a package of financial and industry support to welcome talented UK undergraduates from Black, Asian, Gypsy, Traveller and ethnically diverse backgrounds to our creative community.

Opportunities to take part in work placements, to network, and respond to live projects set by industry professionals, through our unique collaborations. Our alumni community stay involved with the University such as through reunion events, and mentoring programmes, by offering placements, and dizplays.com as international ambassadors. Through the provision of creative learning we build a culture of ingenuity, diversity and distinctiveness, a culture that has far reaching benefits that go beyond the faculty, beyond the University and reach out into the community, industry and economy at large.

Learning by design

An experienced, student-focused team will develop your understanding of this business context and develop the critical business skills and transferable skills that future employers will demand. Together film, television, theatre, games and music contribute £110 billion to the national economy every year. These industries are always on the look-out for talented graduates with business skills to continue the UK’s growth as it develops new international partnerships and enters new creative markets across the globe. Our lecturers are at the cutting edge of contemporary art research and curatorial practice, as well as art history and visual culture. You will learn to develop your own creative practice in a thriving creative community in the heart of the UK’s second city on a course which mixes traditional surroundings with current international debates. The ability to develop your own individual practices alongside a range of local institutions and industries will give a unique insight into the culture and markets of the UK.

  • As the UK city with more museums and galleries than any other outside of London, alongside the country’s largest contemporary art biennial, Liverpool will provide a vibrant cultural backdrop for your studies.
  • When you work out the prices for your work, you need to take into account your time and the cost of any materials, as well as the profit you need to make to cover your general business overheads.
  • You’ll experience creative production, develop business and technical skills and explore key areas of theory from entrepreneurial leadership, management, and financial, to legal and technical topics, drawing on high-profile case studies.
  • The programme is divided into units of study called modules which are assigned a number of ‘credits’.
  • The Language Centre provides a broad range of high quality language classes to help you speak directly to your customers.

The scale and impact of the project generated real, tangible changes for both parties extending their brand reputation in the regional, national and international markets. Develop a range of subject specific, academic and transferable skills, including high order conceptual and visual literacy and communication skills of value in graduate employment. To develop a comparative understanding of the ways in which aesthetic judgements are constructed and aesthetic processes are experienced with regards to contemporary art. Promote a sense of the complex social, cultural, and institutional interactions between the production and reception of contemporary art and acquire the critical tools necessary to reflect upon these interactions. Her partnerships for collaborative projects include international organisations – the Public Art Fund in New York, the Institute for Public Art, and the Design Panel for the International Association of Public Transport.

Executive education programmes

The opportunity to engage with physical and virtual events and conferences to support and inspire your studies. Birmingham City University is fast becoming the leading Midlands-based university for transforming the region and accelerating growth in the local economy, driving innovation, enterprise and skills for the region. Find out about studying with us alongside students from around 100 countries worldwide at our modern and dynamic university. This edited volume distinguishes itself from other writings aimed at closing the gap between art and business, as it does not have a firm standpoint in one of these fields, but treating them as symmetrical and equal.