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Associate Degree of Design (Jewellery & Object Design)

State ID: H435

 

In this two-year higher education qualification course, grounded in jewellery and object making techniques, you will be encouraged to explore and innovate with materials, techniques and processes.

You will have the opportunity to design and make wearable and non-wearable works in response to current and innovative design projects. You will learn to integrate techniques and utilise digital technology whilst gaining an understanding of professional practice and presentation.

Our track record of educating designers in Western Australia spans some 116 years. This course is taught in extensive purpose-built facilities and specialised studios at the Northbridge Campus, offering the most in-depth and contemporary studio-based experience in the state.
When you have completed this course you will be equipped to work from your own studio or possibly further your academic pathway at university to complete a Bachelor’s Degree.

The next intake for this course will be semester 1, 2018.

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North Metropolitan TAFE is an Educational Member of DIA. This qualification is listed as a DIA recognised course on their website.

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Course Overview

Where Northbridge Building 5
Duration Two years (four semesters) full time
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WhenAvailable Semester 1, 2018
Fees and charges

Local students

The cost of the course in 2017 is $7000 per semester (full time rate).

International students

Please contact TAFE International www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au

Units

For detailed information about the units covered in this course, please see our Associate Degree of Design (Jewellery and Object Design) Handbook.

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Please note: This form is only for course enquiries. If you would like to apply or require further application information, please visit our Apply and Enrol page.

To study this course in 2018 you can submit an application online here.

There are 2 stages to the entry and selection process for this Associate Degree

  • In Part A, eligibility to enter is assessed
  • In Part B, eligible applicants are invited to attend an interview and to present a portfolio of work

Part A: ENTRY CRITERIA

Local Applicants

To enter this Associate Degree, applicants must demonstrate academic performance by completing one of the following entry qualifications:

  • Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE) or equivalent
  • a Certificate IV or higher in a related field of study
  • Mature Age entry with the State Training Admissions literacy test (Literacy Predictor Assessment Tool)

International Applicants

To enter this Associate Degree, international applicants must demonstrate academic performance by:

  • Completion of one of the above entry qualifications or equivalent, and
  • IELTS Level 6

Part B: SELECTION CRITERIA

Eligible local and international applicants will be required to attend an interview and present a portfolio of work that includes a maximum of ten (10) examples of the applicant's recent art/design works in two or more media or art/design processes.

English language support services for international students: student LLN is assessed in the early stages of enrolment to determine if further support is required.

Literacy tutors offer additional support to students who require it, including one-to-one advice and counsel regarding addressing requirements for specific projects and assignments, in addition to customised exercises to address individual gaps or needs.

To study this course in 2018 you can submit an application online here.

There are 2 stages to the entry and selection process for this Associate Degree

  • In Part A, eligibility to enter is assessed
  • In Part B, eligible applicants are invited to attend an interview and to present a portfolio of work

Part A: ENTRY CRITERIA

Local Applicants

To enter this Associate Degree, applicants must demonstrate academic performance by completing one of the following entry qualifications:

  • Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE) or equivalent
  • a Certificate IV or higher in a related field of study
  • Mature Age entry with the State Training Admissions literacy test (Literacy Predictor Assessment Tool)

International Applicants

To enter this Associate Degree, international applicants must demonstrate academic performance by:

  • Completion of one of the above entry qualifications or equivalent, and
  • IELTS Level 6

Part B: SELECTION CRITERIA

Eligible local and international applicants will be required to attend an interview and present a portfolio of work that includes a maximum of ten (10) examples of the applicant's recent art/design works in two or more media or art/design processes.

English language support services for international students: student LLN is assessed in the early stages of enrolment to determine if further support is required.

Literacy tutors offer additional support to students who require it, including one-to-one advice and counsel regarding addressing requirements for specific projects and assignments, in addition to customised exercises to address individual gaps or needs.

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