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Course - Art and Design BTEC Diploma in Foundation Studies Fine Art Pathway Level 3

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  • Entry requirements
    Who is this course for? For people aged 18 or over who have A-level, Advanced Vocational Certificate of Education or BTEC National Diploma or adults aged 21 or over who have completed a preparatory art and design course, and who want to study to degree level. What do I need to get on the course? You should have a portfolio of work and have achieved one of the following levels of qualification: * - A-level and 3 GCSEs (grades A-C) * - A-levels and 2 GCSEs (grades A-C) * - or 5 GCSEs at (grades A-C).
  • Academic Title
    BTEC Diploma in Foundation Studies (Art & Design)
  • Course description
    What is this course about?
    A solid introduction and an opportunity to try many aspects of art and design and then chose a specific pathway, in fine art, graphics and design, photography or textiles with fashion. You also build a porfolio of work to support your university application. (Information about fees at your advice session).  Take a look at a gallery of coursework produced by students on this course.

    Other acceptable qualifications are for example a degree, a BTEC National Diploma, GNVQ, or overseas qualifications.

    For mature students (age 21 or over) only. You do not need formal qualifications but you must provide evidence of recent relevant study, work or experience.

    What will I study?

    You aquire new skills and experience through different creative processes, helping you to explore your own potential. You can study traditional skills combined with experimental techniques. Also includes contemporary art theory and practice, all within a flexible modular structure.

    What can I do after the course?
    Degree courses. Students have gone into a wide range of careers after university, including the film industry, fine arts, interior design, illustrating and lecturing, in the UK and abroad.

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