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UAL Subsidiary Diploma in Visual Arts Level 3 | Subsidiary Diploma in Visual Arts

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<p>The UAL Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Visual Arts is a qualification for post-16 students studying within the sixth form environment who have an interest in the visual arts and who would like to develop their skills, knowledge and understanding in this area.</p>

<p>Students are introduced to the breadth and diversity of specialisms within visual arts (e.g. fine art, graphics, fashion and textiles, photography and craft) on this qualification, providing them with the opportunity to experiment and discover areas of interest for further investigation and development. Students will also have the opportunity to undertake a specialist investigation in response to an externally set brief, focussing on one particular specialism within the visual arts.The UAL Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Visual Arts is a qualification for post-16 students studying within the sixth form environment who have an interest in the visual arts and who would like to develop their skills, knowledge and understanding in this area.</p>

<p>Students are introduced to the breadth and diversity of specialisms within visual arts (e.g. fine art, graphics, fashion and textiles, photography and craft) on this qualification, providing them with the opportunity to experiment and discover areas of interest for further investigation and development. Students will also have the opportunity to undertake a specialist investigation in response to an externally set brief, focussing on one particular specialism within the visual arts.</p>

<p>This qualification is designed to provide students with the relevant skills, knowledge and understanding to progress into further and higher education courses and/or into training or employment within the creative sector.</p>

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<p><li>Unit 1 - Year 1</li>

<li>Internally set assignment</li>

<li>This is an exploratory study in visual arts. A brief is provided which focuses on the student resolving a creative problem/s. Students must complete the assignment at the end of the first year and produce a portfolio of evidence which demonstrates the development of their knowledge, skills and understanding across a range of different visual arts, materials,, media and processes, and must cover all six assessment outcomes (detail of assessment outcomes is detailed upon commencement of the course).</li></p>

<p><li>Unit 2 - Year 2</li>

<li>Externally set assignment</li>

<li>This is a specialist investigation in visual arts set by the awarding body. The assignment is synoptic and will require students to draw on all the knowledge, skills and understanding they have developed throughout the course and apply it to a brief set by UAL Awarding Body. Their individualised investigation in response to the brief can be carried out in any area of the visual arts.</li></p>

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5 GCSEs at grade 4-9, including a grade 5/Merit in Art

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