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The course provides an intellectual, creative environment and encourages critical debate to help focus and contextualise the work, discovering and developing individual potential. Strong emphasis is placed on visual research, drawing for design and concept development. The curriculum covers the history and the development of batik, marketing, branding, artistic skills and creative ideas. The diploma itself offers a structured career path and with a shortage of batik designers at all levels, career prospects are excellent.
The course is a stimulating blend of theory and practice designed to produce graduates with the necessary skills to manage the processes involved in running a successful batik business. Career opportunities exist in buying and merchandising as well as the fashion industry. Students will be well-versed in batik composition, colour analysis, shape development, research and theoretical knowledge enabling them to create innovative batik products.
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