What are the best universities to do a Master's in Illustration? (cont)

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Whether it's in the UK or outside of the UK?
Just doing research on where the best places are to do a Master's Thanks in advance!
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Whether it's in the UK or outside of the UK?
Just doing research on where the best places are to do a Master's Thanks in advance!
Without sounding rude can I ask what benefits you get from doing a masters in illustration?
Wouldn’t a bachelors be enough?
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Without sounding rude can I ask what benefits you get from doing a masters in illustration?
Wouldn’t a bachelors be enough?
Hi, no worries. A Bachelors in Illustration lays the groundwork for foundations of it e.g. screenprinting, book and sequential narrative, Life drawing. Doing a masters will help you to specialise in a certain area, help you to focus on a particular subject that you could use to work with your desired audience or clients or even help you gain work experience within in-house illustrations studios, movie studios and magazines - even other companies require illustrators for their advertising, blogs and merchandise. Or use it to gain a teaching degree.
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Hi, no worries. A Bachelors in Illustration lays the groundwork for foundations of it e.g. screenprinting, book and sequential narrative, Life drawing. Doing a masters will help you to specialise in a certain area, help you to focus on a particular subject that you could use to work with your desired audience or clients or even help you gain work experience within in-house illustrations studios, movie studios and magazines - even other companies require illustrators for their advertising, blogs and merchandise. Or use it to gain a teaching degree.
Ah I understand. I was actually considering doing an illustration degree but changed paths to engineering (I know they’re pretty different fields) but I always thought I’d struggle to narrow down my area of expertise when the time came.

I wish you luck finding somewhere to do your masters
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Ah I understand. I was actually considering doing an illustration degree but changed paths to engineering (I know they’re pretty different fields) but I always thought I’d struggle to narrow down my area of expertise when the time came.

I wish you luck finding somewhere to do your masters
ah ok! Thank you so much! I wish the same for you and your engineering career
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Whether it's in the UK or outside of the UK?
Just doing research on where the best places are to do a Master's Thanks in advance!
I study MA illustration at Plymouth and it’s the best. They introduce you to clients and give you live briefs. 😊
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