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Design and Crafts Courses in New Zealand

Studying Design and Crafts in New Zealand

A Design and Crafts degree in New Zealand will provide you with the technical and creative skills to design and create new objects using materials such as metal, clay, plastic, wood, and plaster casting, as well as newer technologies such as 3D scanning and 3D printing.

Courses modules include drawing and design, design for clients, business thinking and creative practice. Work placements are also commonplace in many Design and Crafts programmes, and students are often taught by industry professionals.

Design and Crafts Careers

A qualification in Design and Crafts will help you gain employment in a number of different creative sectors, including publishing, advertising, museums/galleries, fashion, and film. Specific roles for design graduates include illustration, graphic and interior design, craft manufacturing, jewellery, ceramicist, consultancy, curation and buying.

Design and Crafts Entry Requirements

Entry requirements vary for each university, but students will need an IELTS score of 6.0 overall, no lower than 5.5 in each component, and an International Baccalaureate score of 28 points. A personal portfolio of drawings and design works showing your creative ability is a must.

Study Design and Crafts in New Zealand

If you are interested in studying a Design and Crafts course at a New Zealand university, arrange your free consultation with SI-New Zealand today.

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