Design Crafts allows you to develop your own personal design crafts practice, often with interests in entrepreneurship and a desire to determine your own creative future. The course is workshop based, and lets you be 'hands-on' when creating artwork and exploring with materials such as textiles, glass, clay, wood and fine metals. You will be able to produce a wide range of objects including individual artefacts for galleries, limited editions, public installations and designs for industry. • **Professional practice modules** are embedded throughout the course to develop your employability skills and prepare you for a career in design crafts • **100% overall student satisfaction** with the quality of the course and its organisation according to the National Student Survey, 2017 • **Excellent workshop facilities and dedicated studio space** for ceramics, metalwork, textiles, glass, wood, engineering, hot glass and glass blowing • **Develop your entrepreneurial skills** by promoting and selling your own products at public exhibitions • **Best Stand Awarded at New Designers exhibition 2017** with a simplistic colour and texture approach to showcasing and presenting a range of objects and craft materials • **Establish your own creative voice** through completing a range of challenging design projects • **The new Vijay Patel building** has been designed to provide the space and facilities where ideas can develop and flourish for all our art and design courses - find out more • **Core workshop materials** available at no cost to our students along with some programme-specific workshop materials - find out more • **Cash awards of £150, £200 and £300** for students in years one, two and three respectively, towards materials and specialist printing* *Awards are available to students undertaking full-time study and pro-rata for part-time students. Students on placement and therefore not incurring such costs are not eligible for financial assistance.