Creative Make-Up for Stage and Screen (Summer School)

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The award
Summer School

How long you will study
3 weeks

Domestic course fees
GBP 3495 per total

How you will study
full-time

Course starts
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International course fees
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About Creative Make-Up for Stage and Screen at Arts University Bournemouth

Working in our dedicated make-up studios, you’ll be introduced to a diverse range of make-up and hair skills, as well as exploring special effects and prosthetic make-up for film and television.

You’ll learn and practice a range of core technical and creative fundamental techniques to increase your confidence as well as your practical skills. You will be encouraged to experiment; extended practical sessions will give you the opportunity to create your own looks and develop your own style.

You will work with specialist materials including latex application; a ‘zombie workshop’ will guide you through the design process and application of creating your own zombie transformation.

You will enhance your knowledge on iconic looks through the ages, recreating key aspects of the era and have the opportunity to experiment in a variety of period hair work, including wigs and specialist hair pieces.

A number of your finished ‘looks’ will be recorded in a series of professional photo shoots to add to your portfolio or cv.

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  • The award How you will study How long you will study Course starts Domestic course fees International course fees
  • The awardSummer SchoolHow you will studyFull-timeHow long you will study3 weeks
    Course starts find outDomestic course feesGBP 3495 per totalInternational course fees find out

Notes about fees for this course

If you do not wish to stay on campus for the duration of the Summer School programme, the course costs are £1795. If you do wish to stay on campus for the duration of the programme, course fees are £3495. Included within this fee is the cost of your accommodation (single room with en suite bathroom), airport transfers, local campus buses, all meals, evening activities and weekend day trips. If you do not book to stay on campus, you cannot take part in evening and weekend trips due to restricted numbers and trip prearrangements.

Entry requirements

All the summer courses are taught in English. There are no formal English entry requirements, however we recommend you have an intermediate level of English in order to benefit fully from your experience on our summer courses and be able to communicate with your course leader and fellow students.

If you are in doubt whether your English is good enough, please email summercourses@aub.ac.uk for advice.

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