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This course helps you to start your degree at DMU with the International Year Zero (IYZ). You will take an extra year of study at DMUIC in order to complete your degree at DMU. Students who take the IYZ will continue to the first year of study of their chosen International Incorporated Bachelors degree programme at DMU.DMUIC offers a new way to start a prestigious Art and Design degree at DMU.Explore your creativity while creating a great portfolio – it’s the ideal way to start your degree
This course helps you to start your degree at DMU with the International Year Zero (IYZ). You will take an extra year of study at DMUIC in order to complete your degree at DMU. Students who take the IYZ will continue to the first year of study of their chosen International Incorporated Bachelor's degree programme at DMU.
DMUIC offers a new way to start a prestigious Art and Design degree at DMU.
Explore your creativity while creating a great portfolio – it’s the ideal way to start your degree studies in Art and Design as you continue to a world-class degree programme.
With specialist training, the Art and Design IYZ gives you access to industry-standard workshops, the handling of materials such as wood, metal, plaster, plastics, ceramics and glass; as well as IT labs with Mac and PC platforms to learn digital design.
After you have completed your IYZ at DMUIC, you will continue your studies in any number of our wide ranging degrees, including Architecture, Fashion Design, Fine Art, Footwear Design, Graphic Design, Interior Design and Product Design. See below for a full list of continuation degrees.
Building up your own portfolio of artwork and design, you will present your work in a final show at the end of the year, continuing into the next year of your DMU Art and Design, or in some cases Media, degree.
On this course you will:
Create a portfolio and take part in a major end-of-year show
Continue your degree studies with DMU when you successfully complete your IYZ
Work in a supportive international environment
Art and Design is a practical programme that promotes creative work as well as theory. You will learn about how to manage a major creative project as well as preparing your portfolio. Whether you are going on to study architecture or fashion or any other subject, you will get the grounding you need to step straight in to your creative degree.