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I've recently finished my BA in textile design and have applied to do an MA in textile and surface design. Is this the only MA course that I can do at bcu? I'm thinking of changing it to something else like graphic design or fine art because I'm not sure if the course I applied for is right for me. My work has always been graphic and I enjoy drawing more than textile work-embroidery, print etc so I think I'd enjoy an art related MA more than the textile one. Is it possible to change the course I applied for at this stage? I applied direct to the uni not through UCAS.
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I've recently finished my BA in textile design and have applied to do an MA in textile and surface design. Is this the only MA course that I can do at bcu? I'm thinking of changing it to something else like graphic design or fine art because I'm not sure if the course I applied for is right for me. My work has always been graphic and I enjoy drawing more than textile work-embroidery, print etc so I think I'd enjoy an art related MA more than the textile one. Is it possible to change the course I applied for at this stage? I applied direct to the uni not through UCAS.
Hi Anonymous,

It's worth talking to our course enquiries team on 0121 331 5595 to discuss your postgraduate options. Most of our MA courses say that you need a 'related subject' undergraduate degree, as long as you show relevant work in your portfolio.
You might want to look into some of our other art and design based Master's, or if it's more graphic design you're interested in than our MA Visual Communication might be worth looking at.

I hope this helps.

Thanks,

Lydia
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Hi Anonymous,

It's worth talking to our course enquiries team on 0121 331 5595 to discuss your postgraduate options. Most of our MA courses say that you need a 'related subject' undergraduate degree, as long as you show relevant work in your portfolio.
You might want to look into some of our other art and design based Master's, or if it's more graphic design you're interested in than our MA Visual Communication might be worth looking at.

I hope this helps.

Thanks,

Lydia
Ok thanks. How many students are in general are there on MA design courses?
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