COURSE OVERVIEW

This course gives you the opportunity to build an extensive and diverse portfolio of practical work demonstrating your individual talents in drawing, painting, sculpture and multidisciplinary areas of art and design. You will develop skills in experimentation with a wide range of materials, techniques and processes, generating ideas through visual research and creative exploration. You take a very personal and highly rewarding journey, developing your individual style through a range of stimulating and thought provoking assignments. Tutors, all fine artists in their own right, help you to explore the work of others through educational visits to local and national galleries.

FURTHER DETAILS

There may also be opportunities for you to participate in residential visits to international art galleries in places such as Barcelona and Madrid. This is an exceptional experience and aims to direct you to career pathways that suit your individual talents and passions. Successful completion of the course gives the qualifications and skills required to progress onto a range of degree courses or go directly into employment. The official title of this course is UAL Extended Diploma in Art and Design, this is what will be printed on the certificate at the end of the course. It has the equivalent UCAS points to that of studying 3 A-Levels. The awarding body for this course is UAL: University of the Arts London Awarding Body.

'I didn’t realise how much time we’d get one to one with our teacher. We have so much support.'

ROBYN FYFE -SECOND YEAR STUDENT

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

DURATION - 2 YEARS

A minimum of four GCSEs at C/4 or above including Maths and English at grade D/3, plus a portfolio of work. (If you have maths/english at grade D/3 you would be required to work towards these qualifications alongside your course)

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

STUDENT WORK

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

STUDENT PROFILE

ROBYN FYFE

What are you going to do after college?
After my course at I will be heading over to the HE Campus at Hartlepool to study Fine Art. It’s the follow on from this one and I love CCAD. The tutors at Hartlepool gave so much support during my interview

Can you tell us something about your course that you didn’t know before coming here? I didn’t realise how much time we’d get one to one with our teacher. We have so much support.


What’s your favourite thing about CCAD? The atmosphere. It’s not like any other college where there’s just plain walls, here as you can see, there is things all over to inspire you.
What do you enjoy most about your course? I love that it’s such a creative course, all the students get a buzz from each other as we’re all like minded.

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