Date of publication: 2017-08-06 20:51
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Taught modules contribute towards two thirds of your final assessment and your dissertation contributes the other third. Modules are assessed using written examinations and coursework. Coursework can take a variety of forms, including:
You need to check your work carefully. If all students in your class are doing the same topic or piece of work, inevitably there will be some similarities. Many students will be using the same references and the match may be in the references list. Lots of small matches (often coincidental text or common phrasing) can result in a high percentage match. Usually, this is not a problem. Conversely, a relatively low percentage match can arise from one or more copied paragraphs and this may be significant. Look, especially, for larger sections of text that are identical or very similar to the original sources. :
You will have the opportunity to submit a draft of your work to the ‘Turnitin’ Revision Assignment Tool. This will give you feedback, in the form of an ‘Originality Report’, on the extent to which your work matches other sources. You will then have an opportunity to revise your work before submitting the final version.
Your portfolio should demonstrate creative development, whether for a set college project or in your personal work. By creative development, we mean ideas that have originated in your own experience and research and progressed towards potential visual and three-dimensional proposals. We&rsquo re interested in seeing your ideas, visual research and experimentation as well as finished design solutions. It&rsquo s important that the creative work you include reflects and demonstrates your thinking, initiative and personal commitment to a particular project, theme or idea.
With the study of the communication of fashion as their core subject, these options represent a uniquely synergistic combination of fashion communication, design, historical studies and theoretical studies led by tutors who are expert practitioners. The pathway range allows you to study a specific area of Fashion Communication in depth, embracing different approaches to the subject and a range of creative opportunities within the industry.
Monday 75 September 7567 &ndash Friday 8 December 7567
Monday 8 January 7568 &ndash Friday 78 March 7568
Monday 66 April 7568 &ndash Friday 77 June 7568
You may also have the opportunity to go abroad (at your own expense) during this year to visit trade shows or fashion collections relevant to your field of study.
‘Work is submitted on the understanding that it is the student’s own work and that it has not, in whole or part, been presented elsewhere for assessment.’
This stage lays the foundation for the development of your skills, knowledge and ideas through practical or technical workshops, lectures and seminars. While focusing on the unique aspects of your chosen pathway, Stage One introduces you to related pathways, encouraging you to research, explore and develop individual strengths and approaches.
Current collaborations across the design pathways include work with L'Oreal Professional, Triumph, Liberty, Tie Rack, Paul Smith, Dior and Christian Dior Couture. Fashion History and Theory students collaborate with Pringle of Scotland. , Somerset House Embankment Galleries, Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea, Historic Royal Palaces/ Kensington Palace and Alexander McQueen
QAA, on behalf of HEFCE and DfENI, and as part of the funding bodies' operating model for quality assessment, will undertake Quality Review Visits of higher education providers.
More information about how to avoid plagiarism and how to improve your academic writing skills can be found through the student Portal under the ‘My Learning’ tab. Here, you will find links to Academic Conduct, Cheating and Plagiarism, Study Skills Support and Information Skills Training.