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Your online guide in finding the perfect art school in London

By the time, you have decided that you want to attend an art school you will have already realised how competitive it is to get a career in your chosen subject. Because of the competitiveness, it’s understandable that more and more people are looking to get degrees in order to give them a competitive edge.

By attending art school, you will be able to refine your existing talent and even market your skills. It’s not only the diploma but the experience you get to create the best foundation to begin your art career. This is why it is so important to ensure you choose the right art college first time around.

As there are so many different art schools around you will need to narrow down your choices to find the right one for you. The best way to begin your search is to know your priorities. Make a list of all the factors you want your art school to have and list them in order from most to least important.

Future career goals

As you are choosing art as your career the first thing you want to know is whether the art college you choose will give you the necessary experience and qualifications to pursue it. Find out whether there are any requirements to start the course and whether you wish to meet those requirements first or look for an alternative college with different requirements.

Time and money

Find out the cost of your prospective colleges and omit those that are out of your financial reach. Before you do this find out first whether you would be able to get help towards the costs.

Opportunities

Find out if the college has internships or other opportunities. Some have job opportunities for a certain number of students once they graduate so it’s worth finding out as it could be your ticket to your dream job if you are prepared to put in the time and effort.

Location and other students

It’s a good idea if you are going to spend a great deal of time at college to find out what the people who go there are like. Do they have the personalities to inspire and challenge your abilities? Would you prefer to stay within your own area or are you prepared to go further afield.

Faculty members

Once you have shortlisted your colleges check who is going to be teaching you. It shouldn’t be difficult to find their information and credentials online. If the teacher is well known they are likely to have a lot of contacts in the art industry which could help you to further your career.

Spend the day there to look around

There’s no better way to find out if you will fit in at a certain college than going there and looking around for yourself. Find out face to face what other students have to say and whether you think you will get on with them. Find out what facilities they have and of course what condition the materials you are going to be using are in.

If you’re niche is graphic design or animation then you will need to check whether or not the college has the latest technology for you to use. If they are using older computers or systems it could make it difficult for you to adapt to newer types once you start work. One other thing to consider is how much equipment they have at your disposal as you don’t want to have to share with numerous students and spend most of the day waiting for others to finish so you can begin.

 

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