Morley College London

Degree level: Undergraduate
Awarded by: Pearson Education Ltd

Art and Design (3D Design, Ceramics)

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Course summary

TEF Provisional

Morley College London. has opted into the TEF and received a Provisional award.

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We understand that effective design development must be underpinned by solid practical skills and technical knowledge. To achieve this you will be taught clay construction, wheel-throwing, plaster mould-making and glaze-mixing alongside digital design software such as Photoshop, Illustrator and AutoCAD for surface design and 3D printing. You will be taught and supported by enthusiastic expert specialists in small class sizes and they will teach you how to interpret and respond to real-life design scenarios. We also understand that as professional ceramicists you will need excellent presentation skills in order to promote your ceramic products or gain employment. We engage with visiting Ceramic artists and designers to provide context and inspiration for your future career development. We support your future employability by providing you with the skills to begin your career. On the HNC Ceramics course students will learn to reflect on and evaluate areas of strength and areas for development. You will meet professional ceramicists that will demonstrate different models for employment and self-employment. Successful completion of the HNC year will prepare you to progress on to our HND (L5) course to join the second year.

Course details

Modules

Units are subject to change but typically would be:

  • Professional Development
  • Contextual Studies
  • Individual Project (Pearson-Set)
  • Techniques and Processes
  • 3D Practices
  • Computer Aided Design (CAD
  • Art/Craft Production
- Surface Design


How to apply

This course is not accepting applications from Tier 4 international students. For more information, please contact the course provider.

Application codes

Course code:
3DHC
Institution code:
M91
Campus name:
Waterloo Centre
Campus code:
W

Points of entry

The following entry points are available for this course:

  • Year 1

Entry requirements

Qualification requirements

Mature students: if you do not meet the entry requirements as outlined above, we may still consider your application based on previous employment or previous study. We appreciate that mature students may have extensive relevant experience gained through paid or unpaid work, or through other types of professional training or sector-related opportunities and this experience may be used to support an application.

Additional entry requirements

Portfolio

Admission is based on a portfolio of work which should include one, or all, of the following: ceramics, drawings, designs and any other relevant creative media.

Interview


English language requirements

TestGradeAdditional details
IELTS (Academic)5.5Students and prospective students require a minimum level of 5.5 IELTS (or equivalent) with no score lower than a 5 in listening and speaking and no score lower than a 5.5 in reading and writing.
PTE Academic42Pearson Test of English Academic

Students undertaking higher level education need to have a commensurate level of understanding of the English language so as to be able to achieve their qualification. In the case of applicants for whom English is a second language, the interviewer and Central Admissions Team must assure themselves of the applicant’s ability to function at IELTS English Level 5.5 (or equivalent). This is in line with the requirements of the awarding and validating bodies. Where applicants do not hold an IELTS qualification at 5.5 or equivalent, the Central Admissions will ask the applicant to sit an online test (BKSB) to check the suitability of the applicant’s English level prior to interview. Photographic identification will be required. Applicants who have recently completed (i.e. in the last 2 years) a formal programme of study in English at an appropriate level (such as a level 3 BTEC or ‘A’ level) prior to starting their Higher National are considered to be at a suitable level of English without requiring additional evidence..


Unistats information

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Fees and funding

Tuition fees

England £6165 Year 1
Northern Ireland £6165 Year 1
Scotland £6165 Year 1
Wales £6165 Year 1

Additional fee information

We charge for clay, plaster and printing materials, by weight/quantity. An educated estimate is £50 paid in advance per term (depending on individual consumption, costs may be less or more). Students will have access to free Adobe CC software and AutoCAD in our base rooms. For the purposes of online learning students will need Adobe CC software, which is available at student rate (currently £16 per month). Means tested bursaries are available. We provide a basic tool pack for HNC students, from there students are expected to build their own tool collection (depending on areas of interest) We do have communal specialist tools for lathe turning, glazing etc. PPE. Students are expected to have their own apron(s), which must be washed at the end of each teaching session. Students will also need a full dust-respirator for glazing and plaster work; students can source their own or buy at cost from the department (currently £25) We do have some bursary funding, which is allocated fairly, by application and means testing. We pride ourselves that no student should be at disadvantage due to low income, every effort is made to maintain this.
Art and Design (3D Design, Ceramics) at Morley College London - UCAS