Create programme - Creative Route
The Creative Route is ideal for students keen to pursue a creative arts career, but are not yet decided on a particular route or profession. You will have the opportunity to develop your creative skills, whilst keeping a multi -disciplinary approach to your studies. The specialist Create programme assists students with career pathway decisions including university application support, visiting professionals, opportunities to showcase Create work for live events and exhibitions.
The programme consists of a selection of A-level and Level 3 vocational courses. Please refer to individual subject pages for entry requirements and methods of assessment.
What will I study?
You will select at least two subjects from the wide range of courses offered by the Art and Design, Media, Performing Arts and Music departments:
- A-level Fine Art
- A-level Graphic Design
- A-level Media Studies
- A-level Music
- A-level Textiles
- A-level Product Design
- Level 3 BTEC Certificate/Extended Certificate in Interactive Media (Design)
- Level 3 BTEC Certificate/Extended Certificate in Journalism
- Level 3 BTEC Certificate/Extended Certificate in TV and Film
- Level 3 BTEC Certificate/Extended Certificate in Photography
- Level 3 UAL Extended Diploma/Diploma in Art and Design
Any additional subjects you study will depend on your career aspirations. You can also study a Level 3 UAL (University of Arts London) award in drawing. You may decide to study creative subjects, or choose non-creative subjects suited to your career plans. At interview you will receive one-to-one guidance and support to help you make your subject choices.
What will I be able to progress to?
Depending on your subject choices, you will be able to enter a wide range of creative higher education courses in areas such as Art, Media, and the Performing Arts.
Examples include Journalism, Interior Design, Photography, Drama, Set Design, Technical Theatre, Music Production and Sound Design, Animation, Three Dimensional Design, Advertising, Broadcast Media and Theatre Arts.
Research trips will require a small financial contribution. If you choose to study Art-related courses, you will need to pay for some materials.