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University Centre Leeds, Leeds City College

Art

UCAS Code: 8N64

Foundation Degree - FD

Entry requirements


A level

D,D

Access to HE Diploma

M:24

A typical offer would be based on students achieving their Access to HE Diploma with 60 credits, 24 of which are to be at Merit.

Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Diploma (first teaching from September 2016)

MM

Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Extended Diploma (first teaching from September 2016)

MMP

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About this course


Course option

2.0years

Full-time | 2021

Subject

Fine art

The Foundation Degree in Art at the brand new Quarry Hill campus develops your creative talent whilst equipping you with the specific employability skills to help you to get ahead and become a successful artist.

The course has excellent links to the creative industry and you will be using these right from the very beginning by creating public exhibitions, working with artists, designers, gallerists and curators: selling your work, promoting yourself, visiting exhibitions, interviewing artists and art organisations, developing media campaigns, working with the public, getting to grips with the business of art, and by critically understanding the changing identity of the artist, and the art market.

We welcome applications from students working in a wide range of creative disciplines, our current students work across; Drawing, Painting , Sculpture, Graphics, Illustration, Video, Print, Digital, Textiles, Photography, Installation and more.

The Art Foundation Degree is now housed in our brand new £60m Quarry Hill campus with state of the art facilities. We have brand new studios, exhibition spaces, state of the art student work zones, and, importantly, a building which is exclusively for our degree students. The new college building sits in the Cultural Quarter of Leeds alongside the BBC, Leeds College of Music (which is also part of the Luminate Education Group, along with Leeds City College), Northern Ballet, and Leeds Playhouse, currently undergoing redevelopment. Between the sites, a shared space is in the process of being created, which will open up access to buildings and amenities.

This course has received excellent feedback from the creative community who have commented on the importance in today's creative education to develop graduates with the necessary skills to thrive within the industry, which makes this an innovative and forward thinking art and design programme.

Modules

During this two year programme modules may include:

Level 4 modules:

Studio Practice 1                              
The Creative Entrepreneur
Art & Design 101
Realisation Skills    

Level 5 modules:

Studio Practice 2
The Creative Enterprise
Art & Commerce
Public Exhibition and Events
Art & Media

Assessment methods

There is an emphasis towards practical workshop learning, which underpin both context and industry relevant topics.

The lecture programme will impart the necessary principles and concepts.

Group work will allow students to develop their research, communication and teamwork skills.

The seminars will be a mixture of student and tutor led sessions considering practical examples of the principles and concepts.

Tutor and peer led reflective feedback form the basis of student learning programmes.

Tuition fees

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Channel Islands
£7,950
per year
England
£7,950
per year
EU
£7,950
per year
Northern Ireland
£7,950
per year
Scotland
£7,950
per year
Wales
£7,950
per year

The Uni


Course locations:

Quarry Hill Campus

Harrogate College

Department:

University Centre

TEF rating:
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