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1 Bullers Wood School Foundation Diploma 2013

2 our creative tradition: developing highly employable students our powerful links with industry offering excellent teaching by creative practitioners training students in the latest available technology having a strong sense of community

3 Ofsted (2012) Ravensbourne: Ravensbourne has a bold and ambitious vision to champion the creative exploitation of digital technologies in design and media Ravensbourne has excellent and extensive links locally and regionally with employers, industry, local schools and the community, which benefit students, the institution and the local community. For students, the links provide valuable opportunities for live projects, work experience, progression into higher education and employment

4 why study for a foundation diploma understanding of creative subjects preparation for higher education (HE) improved confidence and higher HE retention no fees… (subject to age and status)

5 why study to work in the creative industries: The UK design industry has grown since 2005, despite the recession. There are 232,000 designers, 29% more than in 2005 and earnings have increased by 3.4bn The Design Council. 50% of new jobs in the UK economy in 15 years time will be in the creative sector Christopher Frayling, quoting the UK treasury onStart the week Radio 4

6 foundation diploma in art & design design and media – 250 students media production – 50 students fashion and textiles – 50 students

7 exploratory stage – all courses studio projects – 3 to 4 days self directed study – 1 to 2 days ucas application process commences

8 design & media introductory projects: 3DD graphics fashion and textiles lens based media design principles life drawing and academic writing

9 media production introductory projects: photography sound design tv/film animation life drawing and academic writing

10 fashion and textiles introductory project: fashion design textile design fashion, lifestyle products fashion styling and photography fashion promotion life drawing and academic writing

11 self directed study & written studies educational visits – London and the EU contextual studies – exhibition reviews, own practice and essay/written work learning journals independent learner – preparation for HE

12 pathway stage

13 pathway stage all diplomas pathway projects – 3 days a week contextual studies essay – evenings 2000 word essay self directed study – 2 days a week ucas portfolio preparation

14 three dimensional design (3dd) interior design architecture products/interaction set design furniture

15 graphic design motion graphics promotion/advertising packaging illustration web based media

16 fashion & textiles (merged) fashion design textile design fashion photography fashion lifestyle and products fashion styling - marketing - promotion

17 lens based media and media production animation photography broadcasting digital film sound design

18 confirmatory stage final major project project proposal external assessment final Ravensbourne institutional exhibition

19 progression to HE portfolio development research development of ideas outcomes sketchbook presentation/critiques HE internal progression activities

20 progression from foundation diplomas 2011/12 academic year Ravensbourne foundation diploma students (all pathways) application/offers to higher education results: 90 per cent of foundation diploma students were offered 4 or more higher education places (through UACS) of which: 80 per cent were offered 5 places (maximum number of offers) 10 per cent were offered 4 places

21 why study at Ravensbourne specialist higher education institution one site library careers student services and the bursary (formally (formally EMA means tested additional support) registry tutors and studios high retention

22 why study at Ravensbourne

23 how to apply and fees apply directly to Ravensbourne post or march 31 st deadline (full time – FE) fees - home/EU (only) by age from or under - no fees (£140 enrolment fee) 19 to 23 - £1,500 (no loans available)

24 entry requirements - interview one to one with tutor and current student discuss their own work discuss work of others exhibitions attended

25 thank you – any questions? rave.ac.uk


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