Our Design Technology, Animation, Fine Arts, and Cinematography programme looks forward to attracting applicants who are passionate about the arts and are eager to pursue a career in these exciting fields. Therefore, we require all applicants to submit a portfolio as part of the admission process.

A portfolio is a collection of an individual's work that showcases their skills, experience, and creative abilities. In the context of our programmes, a portfolio should demonstrate your talent and interest in design, animation, fine arts, or cinematography. It is an opportunity to showcase your best work and show us why you would be a great fit for our programmes.

We would like to emphasise the importance of preparing and having a portfolio for all applicants. A strong portfolio is crucial for getting accepted into our programmes and success in your future career. It gives us a glimpse into your creative process, problem-solving skills, and attention to detail, all essential qualities for a successful artist or designer. Additionally, having a well-prepared portfolio will give you a competitive advantage when applying for jobs or seeking new field opportunities.

Portfolio Guidelines

To help you prepare the best possible portfolio, we have provided detailed portfolio guidelines on our website. These guidelines outline what we are looking for in a portfolio and provide tips on how to present your work in the most effective way. We highly encourage you to refer to these guidelines as you prepare your portfolio.

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We understand that preparing a portfolio can be daunting, but we are here to help. Our programme coordinators are available to answer any questions and provide guidance on what to include in your portfolio. We encourage you to be creative and to show us your unique perspective and style. For more information, you can download a Programme Information Book below;