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Art and Design Level 5

Course Type: PLC and Further Education
Institute Name: Moate Business College
Fee: on request
Duration: Sept to May
Time: One Academic Year
Course Locations: Westmeath
Application Deadline: Course is run on regular basis

Course Details

ART and DESIGN (5M1984)

This one year Art and Design course gives students an opportunity to develop and explore their creativity using different aspects of Art, Craft and Design. One of the prime objectives of the course is to assemble a portfolio of high quality work, which may afford the student entrance to a course in any art college within the EU.
Work placement is arranged in business firms or professional offices. Many firms contact the college requesting that students from the course contact them with regard to full-time employment opportunities.

COURSE CONTENT

Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, Sculpture, Combined Materials, Design Skills, Communications, Work Experience and Ceramics

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
This one year Art and Design course gives students an opportunity to develop and explore their creativity using different aspects of Art, Craft and Design. One of the prime objectives of the course is to assemble a portfolio of high quality work, which may afford the student entrance to a course in any art college within the EU. Students may also look for employment in the following areas:
• All aspects of fine art • Animation • Computer Graphics • Film Making • Ceramics • Fashion Design • Graphic Design • Advertising • Model Making for the Film Industry.
 Successful Participants have the opportunity to progress to further education in the field of Art, Craft and Design.

POSSIBLE PROGRESSION FROM THIS COURSE

Athlone Institute of Technology
AL763 Design (Communications) level 7
AL862 Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Design level 8

Dublin Institute of Technology
DT546: Fine Art

Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology
DL041: Animation
DL043: Visual Communications
DL044: Visual Arts Practice
DL046: Model Making Design and Visual Effects

Sligo Institute of Technology
SG231: Fine Art

GMIT
GA270: Art and Design

National College of Art and Design
AD101: Art and Design

Limerick School of Art and Design
LC110: Art and Design

Somerset College of Art and Design, Bristol, England

 

CERTIFICATION
On successful completion of the course, candidates who reach the required standard will receive the following award:

QQI Level 5 Certificate in Art and Design (5M1984)

 

GRANT

Moate Business College students are eligible under the same conditions that apply to any third level institution for the government paid maintenance grant.

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