Friday, 5 September 2014

Central Saint Martins Entry Requirements

  • BTEC National Diploma
  • Passes at GCSE level or equivalent in 3 subjects (grade C or above)
The type of student they want will be:-
talented, self-motivated fashion enthusiast. Spirited, informed and mature enough to commit to a course that is'll thrive in the competitive atmosphere..hard work, flexibility and passion to succeed.
We select applicants according to your potential and current ability to:
Work imaginatively and creatively in 2D and 3D visual and material media
  • Engage with experimentation and invention
  • Show imagination and ambition in proposals for your work
  • Take informed risks
Demonstrate a range of skills and technical abilities
  • Through your portfolio, demonstrate a range of approaches to design development, originated from personal experience or visual research and progressed through logical stages to finished design solutions
  • Evidence handling a material or medium with sensitivity to its qualities
Show engagement and improvement in a recently learned technical skill
  • Demonstrate an awareness of planning and time management skills
Provide evidence of intellectual enquiry within your work
  • Demonstrate relevant research skills
  • Evidence your ability to evaluate your achievements critically
Demonstrate cultural awareness and/or contextual framework of your work
  • Evidence an interest in contemporary fashion design communication and promotion
  • Evidence an interest in contemporary fashion design communication and promotion
  • Identify social and/or cultural influences on your work
  • Articulate and communicate intentions clearly
    • Discuss your work in individual and group situations
    • Present your work appropriately and effectively
    Demonstrate commitment and motivation in relation to the subject and the course
    • Develop your own ideas and address both set and personal project briefs
    • Show willingness to collaborate
    • Show initiative
    • Your portfolio should demonstrate creative development, whether for a set college project or in your personal work. By creative development, we mean ideas that have originated in your own experience and research and progressed towards potential visual and three-dimensional proposals. We're interested in seeing your ideas, visual research and experimentation as well as finished design solutions. It's important that the creative work you include reflects and demonstrates your thinking, initiative and personal commitment to a particular project, theme or idea.
      Both in terms of your writing and at interview we're interested in you as a creative and enquiring individual. Your personal interests, motivation, creativity and initiative in developing an awareness of fashion, art and design are what matter to us.

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