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A Level Fine Art, 3D Design, Graphics, Photography - 4 distinct courses

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What will you be working towards?

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Qualification Type GCE A/AS Level or Equivalent
Qualification Level Level 3
Course type Full Time

Overview

There are four very successful AS and A level courses at Astor.

Fine Art, Photography and 3D Design/Ceramics each have their own discrete Sixth Form studio spaces, in which students are able to work independently outside of timetabled lessons.

Students are introduced to a variety of new approaches and techniques within their chosen specialist areas, and are taught through a series of skills based workshop. Students take part in trips to galleries and museums, broadening their subject knowledge and understanding of the creative culture to which they belong.

Due to changes to the specification, AS is now a standalone qualification; therefore the marks no longer count towards the A Level qualification.

 

Details

Subject Content

AS Qualification

Component 1: Portfolio

Component 2: Externally Set Assignment

A level Qualification

Component 1: Personal investigation

Component 2: Externally Set Assignment

 

How will it be delivered?

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Your next steps...

Careers in advertising, animation, Art therapy, architecture, ceramics, CAD technician, costume design, community arts, design engineering, dressmaking, fashion design, fine artist, glassmaker, game design, graphic design, hat design/millinery, illustration, interior design, jewellery design/making, make-up artist, medical illustrator, model maker, gallery/museum curator, photographer, product design, prop maker, teaching, theatre and film set design, prosthetics for stage and film, tailor, tattooist, textile design, upholsterer, visual merchandiser, web designer.

The UK’s creative industries are worth £84.1 billion to the UK economy.

 

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