Okay so I'm having a bit of a **** time trying to figure out where to apply for an MA Illustration Course. I liked what I saw from what ual has to offer, but I keep reading these random people on the internet simply hating on the course and not liking CCA at all. Is it good or bad or WHAT UGH
Could someone who's studied a similar course help me choose colleges to apply to in the UK? I'm really a bit lost.
PS: I'm an International student. (I'm Indian!)
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- 02-03-2018 22:55
Plymouth College Of Art
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- 21-04-2018 18:46
Whilst I can’t answer your questions about what it is like to study MA Illustration at UAL, I can tell you about our MA Illustration course here at Plymouth College of Art.
We are situated in the heart of Plymouth, a beautiful and friendly city that I think offers the best of a coastal seaside town with the benefits of a city lifestyle. There is plenty of art and music culture to experience in the city, and I have found lots to be inspired by.
The MA Illustration course here has access to studio and workshops spaces across the college, as well as a dedicated Illustration studio. The course offers a contemporary look into Illustration, encouraging individual style and investigating the role of illustration in contemporary society.
If you would like to know more, please feel free to check out the course on our website; https://www.plymouthart.ac.uk/courses/ma-illustration/
Hope this helps, do let me know if I can help you with anything else.
Student Ambassador and First Year Photography Student