This specially designed course enables you to make an informed choice about which design subject you wish to study at degree level, giving successful students the opportunity for guaranteed progression onto a named BA programme at Middlesex University.
The Foundation Year in 3D Design is a creative and inspiring multidisciplinary course encouraging students to explore different aspects of design. It builds confidence, helps students identify their strengths and develops skills and techniques. The course offers an experimental diagnostic approach exploring different creative pathways and clarifies industry specialisms to help students choose possible career paths in the creative industries.
These carefully compiled modules act as a foundation year for a number of BA programmes within the Department of Design: Design Crafts, Interior Architecture, Interior Design, and Interior Communication and Styling (subject to validation) to form a complete 4 year course in each specialism. The foundation year has been specially designed to enable students to make an informed choice about which design subject they wish to study at degree level, giving successful students the opportunity for guaranteed progression onto a named BA programme at Middlesex University.
Following a multidisciplinary induction, you will explore the core 3D Design subject areas in the first part of the programme, then choose to specialise to work towards your final portfolio of creative work and exhibition. Alongside this you will explore London as a creative centre of visual arts through gallery, studio and event visits, and reflect on your experiences.
A key feature of the 3D Design Foundation Year curriculum is that students benefit from regular formative feedback and assessment. This process is designed to allow you the freedom to experiment, explore and investigate new, different and challenging ways of working.
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15 January 2019
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30 June 2019
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31 August 2019
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20 September 2019
The final deadline for applications to 2019 courses. Applications must arrive at UCAS by 18:00 (UK time).
22 October 2019
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