Jewellery Workshop, UCA Rochester

Our approach to craft and design sets us apart from most other schools in the UK and internationally. We have carefully designed each subject area to extend the imagination, to promote conceptual thinking and to develop high levels of making skills for those who wish to become creative practitioners in the global arena.

The structure and content of each course recognises that many making processes take time to master and that the quality of work made reflects the diversity of extraordinary ideas generated by our students and tutors.

For details about each of courses within the school please click on the link below:

BA (Hons) Contemporary Jewellery

The Contemporary Jewellery degree course offers you the opportunity to develop atelier based approaches to designing and making jewellery, using methods that are both traditional and experimental.

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BA (Hons) Glass, Ceramics,...

This combined course allows you to follow a common first year to develop your knowledge, understanding and skills of a range of specialist materials and processes.

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BA (Hons) Glass, Ceramics,...

The first year of this four-year course will introduce you to the creative environment of crafts and design.

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BA (Hons) Hand Embroidery for...

This new and unique three year degree course in Hand Embroidery based at The Royal School of Needlework, Hampton Court Palace.

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BA (Hons) Interior Craft &...

You’ll learn how to design and make or oversee production of the individual decorative detail within interior space.

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BA (Hons) Interior Craft &...

This accessible four-year course offers the same curriculum as the three year course, with the addition of a Year 0.

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BA (Hons) Interior Styling &...

You’ll learn how to create the aesthetic of whole interior spaces by selecting and composing their content, including furniture, fittings, finishes and ornamental object.

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BA (Hons) Product Design (Farnham)

On the course you are challenged with specific design briefs identifying a particular user interaction for different scenarios within different communities and cultural contexts.

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BA (Hons) Silversmithing,...

BA (Hons) Silversmithing, Goldsmithing & Jewellery is an established, award-winning degree course that provides an unprecedented opportunity for you to become a creative and distinctive designer/maker across three specialisms, a unique combination that is not offered on any other course in the UK.

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BA (Hons) Textiles for Fashion &...

BA (Hons) Textiles for Fashion & Interiors offers the unique combination of learning traditional skills in print and weave alongside innovative and exciting materials-based textile design for fashion and interiors.

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MA Ceramics

The course supports a wide range of ceramics practices historical, traditional, contemporary and encourages innovation in ceramics design and technology.

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MA Contemporary Jewellery

MA Contemporary Jewellery at UCA Rochester celebrates the contribution of the individual artist and designer/maker.

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MA Glass

MA Glass guides design professionals and graduates in the further development of their skills and experience within the Crafts and design industries.

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MA Jewellery

The course encourages a wide range of approaches, from the traditional specialist trades, to the contemporary influences of art, craft, design and technology.

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MA Metalwork

The Metalwork course guides design professionals and graduates in the further development of their skills and experience within the craft and design industries.

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MA Product Design

MA Product Design provides a conceptual process and context for the development of creative and innovative products.

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MA Textiles

MA Textiles degree course is constructed around the development of individual research into textile culture, craft and design, allowing you to combine previous experience of textiles practice with a personal project.

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MRes Crafts

MRes Crafts focuses on the written histories and critical analyses of craft organisations, artists, theories and craft exhibitions, as well as discussions from management, educational and theoretical perspectives.

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