Art, Design and Fashion

HNC Art & Design (Fashion) - Full Time - Level 4 - Jan 2019 start
Course Title
HNC Art & Design (Fashion) - Full Time - Level 4 - Jan 2019 start
Course Code
C001863
Mode of Study
Higher Education
Qualification
PEARSON – EDEXCEL - BTEC HNC Diploma in Art and Design
Start
07/01/2019
End
20/12/2019
Entry Requirements
32 UCAS points or a Level 3 qualification in a related subject. Other qualifications and experience will be taken into consideration. Adult learners without the relevant qualifications may apply for Accredited Prior Experiential Learning (APEL). You will be informed prior to interview of any additional requirements such as a portfolio.
Leads on to
Once you have successfully completed your HNC, you can progress onto an HND. If you choose to complete your HND with us, you can then choose to complete a top up year at a university to achieve a full Bachelor’s degree. You can also pursue an apprenticeship or enter employment.
Additional Information
There is a requirement of approximately £500 for equipment and portfolios, though you may be eligible for a bursary. Students will be introduced to Creative Suite and would benefit from having access to this at home. There will be an overseas trip approximately £300 plus expenses. This is not compulsory but is recommended.
ABOUT THE COURSE
This course will allow you to become independent in your explorations and thinking. All students are encouraged to consider their own ways of using materials and techniques (using their studio space, specialist rooms and the help of technicians). Projects are set to encourage you to think both creatively and theoretically, showing the wider context that fine art exists within. Areas of study include
Visual Language in Art and Design
Idea Generation in Art and Design
Contextual Referencing in Art and Design
Professional Practice in Art and Design
Pattern Drafting in Fashion
Research and Development for Fashion Design
Pattern Construction in Fashion
Fashion and Textiles Materials Understanding
Fashion Collection Realisation