If you are an international student who has completed an Art & Design degree outside of the UK and are looking to come to the UK to study a Master’s in the same or related art and design discipline, the Pre-Master’s programme will prepare you for this transition.
This course would also suit any UK or European national looking for an opportunity to develop their portfolio in anticipation of an application to any UK Master’s programme, in any Art & Design discipline.
Length 1 semester
Course Start January
Progression Master’s in an Art & Designrelated subject.
Tutor Support Specialist tutor support available 5 days a week.
Studio Access Students have access to our studios 7 days a week, from 8am to 8.30pm, Monday to Friday and 9am to 5pm at weekends.
How Your Work Is Assessed Visual and written assignments and projects.
Guest Lecturers Our course is enriched by programmed of lectures and workshops from a range of creative professionals.
What to Expect
This programme is tailored to help you develop the skills required at Master’s level and bridge the gap between your ability and experience and the ambition to study at Postgraduate level. An emphasis is placed on encouraging students to become independent learners.
Our Pre-Master’s course will also help you to develop your spoken English, presenting skills, portfolio and your understanding of specialist terminology required for entry onto a Master’s. It will also give you the experience of working at postgraduate level and help you build on existing skills and develop potential lines of research.
20 years +
Students should hold a good Level 6 qualification (BA (Hons) degree or equivalent qualification); or a Level 5 international qualification (for example, 3 Years Diploma from a University in China) in an art or design or a closely related subject.
Students who do not meet these entry requirements will still be considered on their own individual potential to succeed.
English Level for International Students
A portfolio is required.
How We Teach
Throughout this course students will be taught through specialist workshops, guest lecturers, regular one-to-ones and group tutorials.
Central Saint Martins (UAL)
University of Kent
Art and Design, Fashion Design, Fashion Branding and Creative Communication, Visual Communication (Illustration and Animation) and Visual Communication (Graphic Design), Materials Experimentation, Photography, Research Skills and Critical Thinking for Art and Design