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What to bring with you for an Applicant Evening

Here's all the information you need to be ready for one of our Applicant Evenings

Our Applicant Evenings are a great chance for you to get to know Plymouth College of Art and talk to our friendly subject tutors about your creative interests. As part of this, we ask that you bring some of your creative work along with you so that you can showcase your skills and interests. Read our guidance below for tips on what work you should bring with you.

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During the applicant evening, there will be the opportunity to discuss your creative work with a subject tutor. We suggest that you bring along any work you have that you believe best represents the range of your talents and ideas. It is a chance for us to get to know your interests and skills, and help you to kickstart your creative journey.

Your work can include initial sketches and ideas as well as finished pieces, we want to get to know you as well as your skills and creative potential.

The type of things you might include in a portfolio varies per subject. Click on your chosen subject below to find out more:

We base our decisions on the work you show us and your creative potential - we know that you are much more than your qualifications, and will make sure that your application is considered fairly, no matter what happens with assessments this year.