A Level Pathways
Our A Level subjects are clustered into pathways to help guide you towards your career goal. You should choose and follow a specific A Level pathway, taking subjects from the core and additional choices listed. Other subject choices are also available depending on timetabling.
This A Level is include within the following A Level pathways as a CORE subject: Design and Media and in the following pathways as an ADDITIONAL SUBJECT: Creative Arts; Design and Media; Engineering; Maths, Physics and Computing; STEM and Healthcare. (Other options may also be available, depending on timetabling)
About the course
This is a highly practical course, which allows you to follow a broad and balanced study of 3D Design. You will follow an exciting and varied programme of work using a variety of techniques, processes and equipment in order to explore product and 3D design.
Topics in Year One include: Practical responses based on the work of other artists, themes and learn new skills with media, materials, techniques and processes; Externally Set Task
Topics in Year Two include: Personal Practical Investigation; Personal Written Response; Externally Set Task
You will study the course for 4.5 -5 (first year is 4.5 hours and second year is 5) hours per week and should expect to spend an additional 4.5 hours per on homework and private study. Mock exams are held during the first year (In Feb/March), but do not count towards the final A Level. Exams for the whole A level are held in May or June of the second year.
|Five GCSEs at grade 4/C or above including English Language and preferably an Art or DT subject OR an art portfolio.|
This course can help you to get to a Foundation Diploma in Art & Design, HND Textiles, and a degree in any art and design specialism. It can also lead you into a range of careers, including product designer, industrial design, jewellery designer, specialist crafts, 3D design, architect, AR MR & VR digital asset creator, interior design, costume design etc.
Work experience and employability
This course does not contain a specific work experience component, but has other activities to help you develop employability skills e.g. live client briefs, competitions, exhibitions, visiting speakers etc. If you would like to undertake a work placement alongside your studies, our Employability Team can help you.
What additional resources will I need?
You will be asked to contribute £40 towards additional studio costs. You will also be asked to pay for the materials you use for your final responses during the externally set tasks and personal investigations. Students will be required to have a small art kit available.
This course is free to students aged 16-18.
Students aged 19+ will usually be charged a tuition fee, unless they meet certain eligibility criteria for fee remission. For those paying, an Advanced Learner Loan may be available. For further advice on fees, waivers and loans, please contact the Fees Co-Ordinator at Queens Drive.
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