3D Design is multi-disciplinary – it shows you what is possible, gives you the right tools and enables you to make your creative ideas happen. Live projects provide ‘real world’ design experience. You’ll develop a professional portfolio to the highest standard on this exciting and innovative course.
A range of pathways are available, dependent on your qualifications.
- One-year Extended Certificate
- One-year Foundation Diploma
- Two-year Diploma
- Two-year Extended Diploma.
- Communication through art and design
- Computer-aided design
- Graphic design
- Computer and model animation
- Model making
- Film and animation
- English and Maths, as required.
One or two years full-time, depending on study route.
You can study a design specialism at degree-level at the College.
Work as an interior designer, animator, graphic designer, set designer, filmmaker, model maker, illustrator, product designer, video producer and many more.
Four GCSEs at grade C or 4 or equivalent, preferably including English and Maths, or a relevant BTEC Level 2 / First Diploma. A satisfactory reference is also needed.
BTEC Level 3 in 3D Design
For Callum, Bishop Burton College has been the perfect environment to develop the skills and independence needed to pursue his dream career of working as a professional photographer.
During his two-year design course, Callum has covered a range of disciplines – and made a lot of friends along the way.
He said: “I have learned a mixture of different design techniques, including prop design, interior design, photography and others.
“I’m now planning to go on to do a degree in photography as I would like to be a professional photographer. I like portrait photography and capturing people in their natural environment.
“Over the last two years I’ve built up a really good set of friends, a better understanding of design and also more independence with whatever work I am doing.”