|Qualification & Code|
|DIPLOMA: DESIGN AND STUDIO ART||
|Campus||Duration of Programme||Enrolment Option(s)||SAQA Credits||NQF Level||Admission Requirements||Selection and/or interview|
See below: Additional Admission Requirements.
Selection and interview
|Additional Admission Requirements
For candidates who matriculated in 2007 or before:
National Senior Certificate or equivalent qualification.
For candidates who completed the NSC in 2008 and thereafter:
In addition to the general admission requirements, candidates must submit a portfolio of their work. Visual Art is recommended.
Visual Arts; fashion; advertising; communications; packaging; jewellery; illustration and multi-media.
In addition to the general CUT admission criteria, the aforementioned department requests applicants to undergo additional procedures before final selection and acceptance can proceed.
The information presented below is the criteria that the Department of Design and Studio Art uses to select and admit students for the purpose of studying towards the Diploma in Design and Studio Art. Carefully read through these guidelines and feel free to contact the Department if you have any questions.
All prospective students must apply for admission in accordance with the Policies and Procedures.
In addition to the general admission requirements of the CUT, candidates will be subjected to a selection process specifically designed and set for admission to the Diploma offered in the Department of Design and Studio Art.
All candidates will furthermore be placed on a waiting list until they have completed an assessment test. The assessment test will involve the following:
All candidates will be notified personally by the Department concerning the outcome of their application.
|1ST YEAR||2ND YEAR||3RD YEAR||INSTRUCTIONAL OFFERINGS|
|LCS5001||Academic Literacy and Communication Studies|
|DLC5011||Basic Digital Literacy|
|PIM5011||Personal Information Management|
|DDS5001||2D and 3D Design|
|DSA5022||Work Integrated learning|
|DSA6023||Work Integrated Learning|
For more information contact: Department of Design and Studio Art
Updated: 04 May 2017