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Digital Design

Duration
2 Years
Study mode
Full-time
Attendance
Study on site
Qualification
FdA
Course code
W281
Sections

 

How to apply

How to apply

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  Please apply through UCAS

Codes for applications

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If you are applying online or on a paper application the codes listed here are those you will need for the choices section.

Institution code: N23

Course code: W281

Campus code: -

Institution code name: NCAST

Short form of course: FdA/DMe

Deadline for normal applications

15 January 2014

If your completed application is submitted by the deadline your application is guaranteed to be considered. You might be able to apply after the deadline but check with the course provider first.

Application guidance

GCSE Maths and English Language
Grade C or above in GCSE Maths and English Language is normally required for all Foundation and Honours degrees. Because of recent governmental initiatives and demands of industry some programmes will require a grade B or higher in GCSE Maths and English Language. Applicants should also refer to the individual programme profile[s].
Adult Numeracy and Literacy Certificates.
Adult Numeracy and Literacy Certificates are acceptable towards the overall tariff score. Applicants should also refer to the individual programme profile[s].
Applying without GCSE Maths and English Language
To reflect the importance of Maths and English Language with regard to future employability, students will be recommended to undertake the relevant Level 2 qualification alongside the Foundation Degree. Applicants should also refer to the individual programme profile[s].
Auditions and Interviews
The Schools of Business and Enterprise (including Health & Social Care) & Creative Industries normally interview or audition applicants before making an appropriate offer through UCAS. Applicants will receive information about this process through e-mail prior to their interview and/or audition. Mature learners will be required to demonstrate a minimum two years industry-related experience
Functional Skills Level 2 in Numeracy and Literacy
Functional skills Level 2 in Numeracy and Literacy are acceptable towards the overall tariff score. Applicants should also refer to the individual programme profile[s].
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