BSc (Hons) Cosmetic Science was developed at LCF in 2000, aiming to provide the Cosmetic industry with graduates ready to work in its R&D departments. In addition to being
Within the last couple of years, the course team started feeling that this unique subject area needs some re-positioning, not only because it now faces competition from other universities, but also because the industry it serves has changed since 2000. Despite plenty of evidence of
In addition to undergraduate provision, LCF has an intention to develop a post-graduate (PG) course in this area. With no model courses in the UK, a rapidly changing industry and no market research data, it would be a risky enterprise. Hence, my second aim was to collect and analyse some facts and opinions regarding this possible new PG development.
|Type of Research:||Monograph (Project Report)|
|Additional Information (Publicly available):|
'Teaching and Professional Fellowships In Support of The Student Experience' and 'CLIP/CETL Fellowships' are to encourage individual staff's learning and development in their chosen field of endeavour so as to be of benefit to the University.
Cosmetic formulation, nanotechnology, performance evaluation of cosmetics, rheology, texture analysis, biotechnology.
Dr Slobodanka (Danka) Tamburic is a Reader in Cosmetic Science and a Programme Director for Cosmetic Science courses at London College of Fashion.
|Publisher/Broadcaster/Company:||University of the Arts London|
|Your affiliations with UAL:||Other Affiliations > Creative Learning in Practice (CLIP) / Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL)|
Other Affiliations > Teaching and Professional Fellowships
Colleges > London College of Fashion
|Projects or Series:||CLIP/CETL Fellowships, Teaching and Professional Fellowships|
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|Deposited On:||22 Oct 2008 16:19|
|Last Modified:||07 Apr 2014 06:27|