Art & Design Extended Diploma Level 3
This two-year course provides an opportunity for those interested in the visual arts to explore, develop and test their creativity with a qualification thats stimulating and demanding, and provides a supportive transition from Further Education (college) to Higher Education (university).
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What will I learn?
This two-year course will give you the skills, knowledge and understanding to progress to degree-level Art & Design, into further education and training, or into employment.
How will I be assessed?
Through a programme of creative assignments, tutorials, group critical discussions and self-evaluation.
What may it lead to?
Some students may choose to progress to the UAL Level 3 or Level 4 Diploma in Foundation Studies in Art & Design. The final unit of this course is available at Level 4, helping students to progress into Higher Education.
A relevant full Level 2 qualification.
You will do a series of 'live' projects within the local and national community.
Additional Information & Other Costs
You will spend up to four days a week in College and must also be prepared to undertake some additional independent study. The College has a working studio where students produce images for real clients - this will allow you to gain valuable experience and confidence at producing images to a professional standard. Art packs can be purchased for £45. Students can take part in enrichment trips which costs roughly £15 per trip.
This qualification will form the main part of your Canterbury College study programme. Our study programmes combine your main qualification and may involve work experience and Maths & English sessions. Learn more.
Please visit our Higher Education pages to explore the options available to you at Canterbury College after you finish your Level 3 qualification