Studying Art and Design
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What is Art and Design?
Is Art and Design usually studied on its own or with other subjects?
How long will I be studying for?
What qualifications will I have when I graduate?
What subject areastopics will I study?
How much will I be able to choose what I study?
How is Art and Design taught?
How will I be assessed?
Do I need certain subjects and grades to study Art and Design?
What personal qualities do I need?
Where are the best places to study Art and Design?
How much competition is there for places?
What type of person studies Art and Design?
What are the costs involved in studying Art and Design?
Are there any scholarships grants or bursaries available?
What skills will studying Art and Design provide me with?
Will I be able to change subjects if I dont like it?
What about work experience?
What are the good and bad aspects of the subject?
What are the recent developments in this subject?
How will studying Art and Design affect my career prospects?
Are there any special points I need to consider?
Where can I find more information about studying Art and Design?
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