COURSE OVERVIEW

The course is designed to give opportunities for those returning to education or mature (19+) students, to achieve a higher education qualification. Students will cover on the course a wide range of disciplines whilst gaining a strong understanding of the design process such as drawing, textiles, 2D and 3D communication, digital arts and art history. Students will be given support with research, essay writing, UCAS applications and create a progression portfolio.

FURTHER INFORMATION

Throughout the course professional expertise will guide students through the portfolio building processes essential for university interviews. The whole course will culminate in a final exhibition of work in our Summer Show. Although there are no formal entry requirements, students will be required to provide evidence of their commitment, motivation and life skills to cope with the level of the course by providing such things as drawings, photographs, ideas development. Concept art, embroidery, craft items and evidence of written work. Successful completion gives students a qualification and the skills to progress to a wide rage of Degree level courses at university, including MA’s f you already have a degree in a non-Art & Design subject). The Access to HE Diploma (Art and Design) is awarded by One Awards.

If you are aged 19-23

& this is not your first level 3 course OR if you are aged 24 or over the course fee is £3928* You may be able to obtain a FE loan to cover the cost of this course. *2017 fees may be subject to rise for 2018.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

DURATION - 1 YEAR

You must be a minimum of 19 years old to study this course

Final grades will give the following maximum UCAS points score of:

STUDENT PROFILE

CHLOE WHITTLE

What are you going to do after college?
I’m looking to do concept art at University once I finished my course here.
Can you tell us something about your course that you didn’t know before coming here? I know now that this was the best choice for me to progress with my career

What’s your favourite thing about CCAD? This seemed like the best way to get back into education as I’ve been out of the educational loop for 5 years and this college seemed like the best one to come to. I wanted to get myself university ready and no other place seemed good enough to do that.
What do you enjoy most about your course? Concept art is my area and with the diversity that this course offers it was also perfect to develop myself in an area whilst also learning some new things that I wouldn’t normally think to try.

Tutors, all fine artists in their own right, help students to explore the work of others through educational visits to local and national galleries

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