This one-year course will enable you to generate a portfolio of art and
design work to support your progression onto university-level study. It will
provide you with a valuable introduction to explore a wide range of creative
disciplines before specialising.
This course will re-introduce students
aged 19 and above to art and design practice and prepare you for the transition
onto study at Higher Education level.
- Fine Art, Painting and Drawing
- Textiles and Printmaking
- Graphic Design and Illustration
- 3D Design and Sculpture
- Contextual Studies
Why study here?
Throughout the academic year, there will be masterclasses, educational
visits and exciting opportunities for you to work on live briefs.
will receive support and guidance from tutors with expert knowledge of the
creative industries, who are practitioners and have a good understanding of
Resources and studios are to an excellent standard,
giving you the opportunity to develop your skills to reach your full
Assignment briefs will challenge and encourage you to develop
your specialist skills in order to progress to work as a practitioner, to work
within the creative industries or onto further study.
- GCSE English and maths at grade C/4 or above or equivalent (desirable)
- Successful interview with a course tutor
- If English is not your first language you must have an IELTS score of 6.0
with a minimum of 5.5 in all key skills or equivalent
- You must be 19 years old or over
How to apply?
You can apply using our online application form and clicking the Next
Step button at the top of this page.
For more information support
with your enquiry or application please contact Student Services by emailing email@example.com or by calling
Upon successful completion of this course you could go into employment as a Fine Artist, Animator, Graphic Designer, Textiles Designer, Architect, Interior Designer or Product Designer.
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