To take into account
Completion of a Level 3 qualification at merit or A Level equivalent, or appropriate industrial experience/APEL. Top-up degrees require the completion of an HND or Foundation Degree.
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BA (Honours) Applied Arts
Our course is designed to enable foundation degree and HND graduates to progress to full BA (Honours) degree status in the space of a single academic year (or two years part time). There is a strong emphasis on personal creative development and on the clarification of a personal practice within the broad field of applied arts. The course is very practical, with a wide range of 2D and 3D work being produced in the studios and workshops. Typically, students are engaged in the following broad disciplines: ceramics, contemporary crafts, textiles, illustration or surface pattern.
How will I spend my time on the course?
The course content will include:
- Personal professional development
- Two major projects
- Advanced critical study
- Advanced drawing
- Applied arts practitioner 1 and 2
What can I do after the course?
The course offers progression outcomes across a range of art and craft creative industries, particularly in the area of applied arts. Graduates may also seek to move onto courses of postgraduate study in a subject of individual interest.
What other help can I get from the college?
Our Student Support Services staff can offer advice and guidance on financial matters, accommodation and childcare. Counsellors are available to help with personal and emotional problems and the College also employs a nurse for any medical advice or emergencies. Extra help with English and Maths is available to all who need or want it.