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The fees you pay and entry requirements depend on the programme you are applying for. Select the programme you wish to apply for below to find out more information.
Prospective students should have passes in four (4) CSEC subjects including English: General I, II or III (with effect from June 1998) or equivalent qualifications.
Applicants that are 25 years and over will be admitted as mature students.
Prospective students should have passes in four (4) CSEC subjects at General Proficiency level, grade I, II, or III (with effect from June 1998) or equivalent, including English.
Applicants that are 25 years and over will be admitted as mature students based on their experience.
All students must pass a written test and audition on their instrument of study. This test and audition will be at the level of the Grade 5 Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music or the Grade 5 Trinity College London theory and practical examinations.
Prospective students should:
Five (5) passes at CSEC General Proficiency Level with Grade 1, 2, or 3, or equivalent including English Language.
Persons whose native language is not English should have a TOEFL score of 550.
Persons 25 years or older who do not possess the minimum qualifications may be admitted as Mature Students. This is subject to approval by the Division.
The minimum requirements for entry into the College are:
Requirements for admission include an Associate Degree in Visual Arts with a Grade Point Average (G.P.A.) of 2.5 or above. Mature students (25 years or older) who can demonstrate equivalent technical and theoretical skills may also be considered. All applicants must present a portfolio of 10 works and attend an interview.
The BFA degree programme is challenging and applicants must demonstrate that they have the technical skills and ability to be self-critical along with an enthusiasm for the subject and a willingness to work hard.
Prospective students should have a keen interest in the field.
Prospective students should have a keen interest in the field. Applicants are selected based on an interview where the applicant’s attitude, maturity and professionalism are assessed.
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