New Zealand Diploma in Jewellery (Level 5)

New Zealand Diploma in Jewellery (Level 5)

12 months
Processing time: 30 days
Intakes: 15/07/2019

Program overview

The following 15 credit courses make up the New Zealand Diploma in Jewellery (Level 5): Origins: students develops an understanding of the cultural, social and historical contexts that inform their chosen visual practice of jewellery and develop academic writing skills and critical thinking Context in Practice: students develop contextual thinking as part of working practice through a broad range of experiments that use contextual elements as a priority Drawing I: students develop knowledge in applied drawing for use as an effective research and development tool in support of project work, or as a creative end in itself Digital Studio: students develop digital design skills and their application in support of project work in visual arts and design using recognised design principles Photography: students develop skills in lens-based technology and the creation and manipulation of images using a camera to support design development and presentation Applied Studio A: students extend art, craft and design skills and knowledge through studio practice in jewellery, while working to a plan that includes research and experimentation Applied Studio B: students extend art, craft and design skills from experimental work carried out in Applied Studio A Applied Studio C: students consolidate all research and experimentation and produce resolved studio outcomes ready for exhibition

Study options

Study options
This program can be done
On campus



Level 3 qualification in a related field or equivalent skills and/or knowledge International students Proven equivalence of entry requirements plus IELTS 5.5 (no band below 5.0), or equivalent

Campus location

Porirua , New Zealand