Cursos en el extranjero

Curso de Inglés y curso especializado

La University of the Arts London agrupa los más prestigiosos Colleges de Arte y Diseño de Londres, como Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, Camberwell College of Arts, Chelsea College of Art and Design, London College of Communication y London College of Fashion. Ver información del Centro de Estudios

Es la universidad Europea más grande y prestigiosa en arte, diseño, moda y comunicación y que ha formado a famosos actores, diseñadores, directores de películas, inventores, periodistas, modelos, músicos, pintores, fotógrafos y escultores con gran influencia a nivel mundial, como Pierce Brosnan, John Galliano, Stella McCartney, Alexander McQueen, Lucian Freud, Sir Richard Attenborough, Paul Bettany, Bibi Russell, Terence Conran, James Dyson, Anthony Gormley… En verano se ofrece la oportunidad de realizar un curso especializado de 2 o 4 semanas combinandolo con un curso de inglés de 15 lecciones semanales y 7 lecciones semanales de la asignatura escogida. Las Summer Session en University of the Arts London tienen una duración de 2 o 4 semanas y se imparten de lunes a viernes.

 

DURACIÓN: 2 o 4 semanas
FECHAS DE INICIO: 3 Julio, 17 Julio, 31 Julio y 14 Agosto.

REQUISITOS: Nivel de idioma Intermedio/ Avanzado

Cursos:

Cursos de 2 semanas:

  • English plus City Photography: 17/07/2017, 14/08/2017
  • English plus Documentary Film-making: 03/07/2017, 31/07/2017
  • English plus Marketing and Communication: 03/07/2017, 31/07/2017
  • English plus Digital Graphic Design: 17/07/2017
  • English plus Interior Design: Introduction: 03/07/2017
  • English plus Interior Design: Advanced: 17/07/2017
  • English plus Fashion: Make a Simple Garment (LCF): 17/07/2017, 14/08/2017
  • English plus Fashion Styling: 03/07/2017, 31/07/2017

Cursos de 4 semanas:

  • English plus Fine Art (CSM): 31/07/2017
  • English plus Graphic Design (CSM): 31/07/2017
  • English plus Fashion Design (CSM): 31/07/2017

Alojamiento en University of the Arts London

En Student House S.C.: Habitación individual, baño compartido. Self-catering. Posibilidad de prepararse las comidas. (llegada domingo / salida domingo). Posibilidad de tener baño privado pagando un suplemento. Ver información del Alojamiento

En Residencia S.C.: Habitación individual con baño privado, Self-catering. Posibilidad de prepararse las comidas. Ver información del Alojamiento

Características


Actividades Sociales

Biblioteca

Cafetería

Curso acreditado

Espacio lounge

Sala con ordenadores

WiFi

Precios y fechas

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Elije la duración: de 2 a 4 semanas

Semanas
2
4

Summer Session

En Student House
3.100 €
4.460 €
En Residencia S.C.
3.250 €
4.750 €
Fechas de inicio: 3 de Julio. 17 de Julio. 31 de Julio. 14 de Agosto.

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Los precios incluyen

  • Matrícula e impuestos
  • Clases (número de horas según programa)
  • Test de nivel en destino
  • Certificado acreditativo del curso
  • Alojamiento (comidas según programa)

Los precios no incluyen

  • Billete de avión
  • Seguro médico y de accidentes (opcional):
    Europa: 50 € /mes

Los cursos de verano de University of the Arts London combinan un curso de inglés de 15 lecciones semanales con 7 lecciones semanales de una asignatura específica.

Dirigido a:
Estudiantes con un nivel de inglés intermedio, que quieran realizar un curso de inglés combinado con un curso especializado en materias artísticas.

Requisitos:
– Se requiere un nivel de inglés intermedio o superior.
– No se requiere experiencia previa en la materia específica.
– Edad mínima: 16 años.

Duración: 4 semanas

Materias disponibles:

  • Marketing & Communication: Introducción al marketing, la comunicación, la publicidad y las relaciones públicas.
  • Art & Design: Estudio de diferentes áreas del arte y el diseño.
  • Fashion Business: Visión general de la industria de la moda, de su estructura, su actividad de negocio y sus oportunidades de carrera.
  • Fashion Design: Experimenta cómo se enseña el Diseño de Moda en el Reino Unido.
  • Fashion Styling: Crea tus propios diseños y aprende sobre el papel del estilista, tribus y tendencias, colecciones de diseñadores, revistas de estilo, etc.
  • Fine Art: Investigación y creación de diversos proyectos de dibujo, pintura y 3D.
  • Graphic Design: Focalización en diseño de cubiertas, ilustración y tipografías.
  • Digital Photography: Teoría y práctica sobre la fotografía digital y el workflow digital.
  • Film-making: Diseña, graba y edita tu propio film mientras aprendes sobre el trabajo de artistas y directores contemporáneos en el campo del vídeo experimental.
  • Architecture: Estudia una serie de proyectos creativos con la finalidad de descubrir la arquitectura de Londres.
  • Interior Design: Aprende sobre diseño de interiores y decoración desde una perspectiva de éxito asegurado.

Las clases de inglés se imparten en pleno centro de la ciudad, a tan sólo unos metros de la estación de metro Holborn, en el centro de Londres. En el mismo edificio se encuentra la central de la University of the Arts London, así que se puede usar sus instalaciones, y conocer estudiantes de la propia Universidad en el café, la zona de aprendizaje, la sala de informática y la Galería de Arte.

Las aulas están bien iluminadas, son espaciosas y están perfectamente equipadas. Los cursos están acreditados por el British Council y miembros de EnglishUK y el centro de idiomas tiene un tamaño ideal para que el trato sea personal y directo. Tanto el personal docente como las instalaciones y los cursos tienen calidad universitaria.

Además, University of the Arts London está formada por seis reconocidos centros de estudio en los que se imparten las horas lectivas de la asignatura escogida. Ofrecemos una variada selección de cursos en múltiples ramas artísticas:

  • Camberwell College of Arts
  • Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design
  • Chelsea College of Art and Design
  • London College of Communication
  • London College of Fashion
  • Wimbledon College of Art

Los Colleges están localizados en el centro de Londres y cada uno es el núcleo de su respectiva comunidad universitaria. En ellos se promueve un ambiente de estudio idóneo para la creatividad, y cuentan con el apoyo logístico de la University of the Arts en su totalidad. El profesorado está formado por profesionales activos en los campos del arte, el diseño, la crítica y la teoría artística. La combinación de un perfil estudiantil variado, unas instalaciones de primera y un profesorado de alta cualificación proporcionan una experiencia académica única y polifacética para los estudiantes de la Universidad.

El mapa muestra la zona, no la ubicación exacta.

Residencia habitación, individual con baño privado

La residencia de estudiantes está situada en pleno centro de Londres, en Aldgate y hay mucho ambiente de gente joven, con un programa social organizado para los estudiantes y personal de la residencia en el edificio.

• Las habitaciones son individuales con baño privado y comparten una cocina grande y bien equipada entre 5, 6 o 7 habitaciones
• Todas las habitaciones cuentan con Internet gratuito y teléfono
• Las habitaciones cuentan con baño privado
• La residencia cuenta con un seguro, lavanderías, seguridad las 24 horas, jardín exterior y parking para bicicletas
• En el edificio también hay zonas comunes para los estudiantes

El mapa muestra la zona, no la ubicación exacta.

  • Participación en talleres
  • Visitas a puntos turísticos de Londres
  • Paseos por la ciudad
  • Museos y galerías de la ciudad
  • Espectáculos y conciertos

Áreas de estudio

Escoge un área de estudio

  • Summer Sessions, University of the Arts London

    • Art & Design
    • Marketing & Communication
    • Fashion Business
    • Fashion Design
    • Fashion Styling
    • Fine Art
    • Graphic Design
    • Digital Photography
    • Film-Making
    • Architecture
    • Interior Design: Introduction
    • Interior Design: Advanced

Art & Design

Study Mode: Full Time
At The Language Centre and Chelsea College of Art & Design / Camberwell College of Arts
Course Aims:
■ To provide students with experience of a variety of Art and Design topics introduced to them in the form of projects
■ To ensure that having carried out the project work the students have a body of work in their portfolios which can be used at interview for a future course
Course Content

This option provides a general art and design mix suitable for portfolio preparation or general interest and enjoyment. Students will be given an introduction to various art and design subjects. A different subject will be covered every 2 or 4 weeks. Examples of subjects covered include: drawing, lino block printing, surfaces, printing, typography, graphic design and fashion.
The programme consists of practical work in the studio, group work and visits to museums and galleries in order to gather research work for students’ projects. The emphasis of the course is on creativity, learning to express ideas on paper and also making in three dimensions.
The programme changes regularly to provide a broadranging programme with something for everyone.
If you are preparing a portfolio we recommend taking 24 weeks of English Plus Art & Design.
Please note that computers are not used in this programme.

Sample Course

Students might cover the following areas:
■ Drawing: Working from observation, learning how to represent form, tone, space, experimenting with mark making using different media
■ Mixed Media: Museum Research (sketch books), the visual research will be used for the project and will be interpreted using collage, drawing, painting and monoprints.
■ Fashion: Fashion Drawing, working from the life model. Museum research (sketch books), the visual research will be developed into design ideas for a hat prototype which will then be constructed using basic materials in the studio.
■ Graphic Design: Logo project involving the re-design of the logo for a high street retail company and production of ideas for packaging, bags etc.
■ Painting: Colour theory, colour mixing, paint techniques using acrylics, working from the studio still life set up

At the end of the course students will:
■ have an insight to the field of Art and Design
■ an understanding of how to express their ideas in both two and three dimensions
■ have an appreciation of work methods and processes

Marketing & Communication

Study Mode: Full Time
At The Language Centre and Chelsea College of Art and Design
This course will give you an introduction to the UK’s approach to marketing, advertising and public relations through an accessible series of talks, fun group discussions and exciting guided visits to places of interest.
Areas covered include:

■ Essential marketing and communication principles and how they are employed within a business environment
■ The history of British advertising practice
■ The UK advertising industry today: agencies, organisations and clients
■ How to create a print advertisement and storyboard
■ A visit to a central London advertising or marketing agency
■ An introduction to public relations practice and the media in the UK
■ How to write a press release
■ Design and creativity

Fashion Business

Study Mode: Full Time
At The Language Centre and London College of Fashion
This course aims to:
■ Provide an overview of the fashion industry from a British and European perspective
■ Outline the structure of the industry and introduce the various business activities
■ Provide an understanding of some of the many career opportunities that the fashion industry has to offer

Areas covered include:

■ History of fashion business in the UK
■ Structure and current environment
■ Types of retailers
■ Understanding the fashion design & development process
■ The fashion calendar
■ How fashion trends develop
■ Consumer behaviour and profiling
■ The roles of the buyer and merchandiser
■ Range planning and buying methods
■ Manufacturing and sourcing overview
■ The role of marketing, PR and branding
■ The changing face of the fashion industry

Fashion Design

Study Mode: Full Time

At The Language Centre and Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design

Course Aims:
■ To introduce you to how fashion is taught in the UK
■ To build your confidence when researching new ideas through short projects
■ To enable you to present your designs, both verbally and in a two dimensional format

Areas covered include:
■ Use of drawing and colour materials in presenting design ideas
■ Research skills – how to use the resources of London (shops, museums and galleries), as sources of inspiration
■ Illustration skills and drawing from a clothed model
■ Lectures on current fashion design
■ A visit to a major fashion exhibition or gallery, such as the Victoria & Albert Museum, to explore the relationship between design in the UK, Europe and the rest of the world

At the end of the course students will:
■ Be able to present their fashion design ideas to a higher standard
■ Be able to show the research and creative process as they develop finished designs
■ Have a good understanding of the fashion industry and current designers in the UK

Fashion Styling

Study Mode: Full Time
At The Language Centre and London College of Fashion
Course Aims

This course aims to provide students with an insight into the working life of the fashion stylist and offers the opportunity to work towards the creation of a styled image. The course is delivered as a series of theoretical lectures and practical workshops.

Course Content Includes:

■The role of the stylist
■Styletribes & trends
■Designer collections
■Magazine styling
■Fashion PR

Students will interpret current fashion trends and current designer collections to create their own styled image. The results will be photographed at the end of the course.

Fine Art

Study Mode: Full Time
At The Language Centre and Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design

Course Aims
■ To introduce you to how fine art is taught in the UK
■ To build confidence when researching new ideas through three projects (drawing, painting and three dimensional)
■ To enable you to present your work in both a visual and verbal format

Course Content
This course will be led by a member of teaching staff from the Fine Art Department of Central Saint Martins. Its aim is to introduce overseas students to how fine art is taught in the UK, to build confidence when researching new ideas through three projects – one drawing, one painting and one 3D, and to enable them to present their work in both a visual and verbal format. Projects will use London as the principle source of reference when creating work, and all work will be critiqued by the tutor and the group as a whole. Time will be spent outside of class hours researching ideas for class-time projects.

The course will cover:
■ Use of drawing, paint and other materials in fine art work
■ Research skills – how to use the resources of London, its museums and galleries, as sources of inspiration
■ How to develop their own personal ideas and responses to projects set

The program will consist of:
■ Lectures on current fine art practice
■ A visit to a major exhibition or gallery (such as the National Gallery) to explore the relationship between the fine art in the UK, Europe and the rest of the world.
■ Various free hand drawing techniques will be introduced throughout the course.

At the end of the course students will:
■ Be able to use new materials in an experimental and personal way
■ Be able to show the research and creative process as they develop finished work
■ Have a good understanding of fine art in the UK

Graphic Design

Study Mode: Full Time
At The Language Centre and Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design
Course Aims
■ to introduce students to how graphic design, illustration and typography are taught in the UK
■ to build confidence when researching new ideas through short projects
■ to enable students to present their designs, both verbally and in a two dimensional format.

Course Content
This course will be led by a member of teaching staff from the Graphic Design Department of Central Saint Martins. Its aim is to introduce overseas students to how graphic design, illustration and typography is taught in the UK, to build confidence when researching new ideas through short quick projects, and to enable them to present their designs, both verbally and in a 2D format, to a higher standard. Projects will use London as the principle source of reference when creating work, and 2D work will be critiqued by the tutor and the group as a whole. Time will be spent outside of the class hours working on longer projects towards building a portfolio. Please note that no computers will be used on this course – all work is studio based.

Students will cover the following:
■ Use of drawing and colour materials in presenting design ideas
■ Research skills – how to use the resources of London (shops, museums and galleries) as sources of inspiration
■ Working from a brief – how to solve problems regarding text and image using design, illustration and typography
■ Lectures on current graphic design, and a visit to a major exhibition/gallery (such as the Design Museum) to explore the relationship between design in UK, Europe and the rest of the world.

At the end of the course students will:
■ Be able to present their graphic design, both text and image, to a higher standard
■ Be able to show the research and creative process as they develop finished work
■ Have a good understanding of graphic design, illustration and typography in the UK

Digital Photography

Study Mode: Full Time
At The Language Centre and Chelsea College of Art and Design

This course includes an introduction to creating and presenting work in a digital form, and an exploration of the range of digital design practice in the UK.

Practical work will cover: using the city to research a brief; translating work in different media to a digital format; exploring ideas across forms including digital illustration, typography and animation; selecting and using appropriate software; using the web to showcase and promote your work. The programme will also include discussion on the role and influence of the computer on design study and practice, new digital markets and a visit to a gallery or exhibition. Basic familiarity with a computer is assumed, but no specific software experience is required.

Film-Making

Study Mode: Full Time
Wimbledon College of Art

During this course students will have the opportunity to look at the work of contemporary artists and directors making experimental video. The course will also include a brief history of video art.

All this will be set in the context of the practical nature of this course, and students will take part in video workshops using Mini DV cameras, phone and flip cameras. Students will be shown how to edit and enhance their videos using Mac computers with Final Cut studio Pro software. Videos can include animation sequences or found/old footage edited together. Students will be shown basic stop frame animation methods using a stills camera either out and about on location in London or in a studio with lights using animation software iStopmotion.

-Exhibition – students will author their final video work onto DVD using DVD Studio Pro and have a group critique screening and exhibition at the end of the course.

-Visit – a visit to a London film lab may be possible.

Architecture

Study Mode: Full Time

Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design

This course will start with a visual history of architecture in London, where you will explore and identify themes that shape the city’s landscape from the past, present and future. You will discuss form, function, process and materials, and develop your own critical view of architecture. Following this introduction you will work on a range of practical design projects, supported by architectural drawing and modelmaking workshops to assist in your presentation techniques. By the end of the course you will have an understanding of architecture in a London context, and a range of completed and part-completed projects to begin a portfolio.

Tutor Illugi Eysteinsson is an architect/educator with a Masters degree in both Architecture and Fine arts and a PgCert in teaching art and design. Illugi has extensive experience facilitating art/architectural community workshops having worked as public art consultant, artist and set designer in the entertainment industry for fifteen years. Currently Illugi is involved in developing creative thinking and drawing workshops for disadvantaged youth.

Interior Design: Introduction

Study Mode: Full Time
Interior design at Chelsea College of Arts.

Earn about successful interior design and decoration.
This project-based course is an ideal introduction to interior design. You will learn the processes behind successful interior design while based in the studios of Chelsea College of Arts.

This course will include:
– how to take a brief from a client
– learning basic drawing skills; measuring, scale, plans and sections
– raising awareness of essential methods, procedures and techniques
– essential vocabulary of the industry
– studying form and space by producing a scale model of your design
– practical exercises and studio talks.

Interior Design: Advanced

Study Mode: Full Time
Interior design at Chelsea College of Arts.

Develop your knowledge of interior design and the British design process.

This advanced course is ideal for you if you have previous experience of studying interior design or architecture or are working as an interior design professional.

This course will include:
– off-site visits and lectures
– exploration of the British design process
– an independent project
– presentation to the class
– discussions to share experiences and ideas.

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