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Portfolio Preparation For Abroad

Portfolio preparation for top colleges of abroad


  • Thailand
  • France
  • Germany
  • Cyprus
  • Singapore
  • India
  • Italy
  • Japan
  • Malaysia
  • UK
  • USA
  • Canada
  • Australia
  • New Zealand
  • Ireland
  • Switzerland
  • Netherland
  • Turkey
  • Spain

Why Portfolio

What is a portfolio?
A portfolio is a collection of your work, which shows how your skills and ideas have developed over a period of time. It demonstrates your creativity, personality, abilities and commitment, and helps us to evaluate your potential. When we assess a portfolio, the research and processes you have used to develop your work are as important as the final work itself. We are particularly interested in your most recent work, even if it is unfinished.

Do portfolios differ for different levels of study?
Portfolio requirements differ for foundation, undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Make sure your portfolio is appropriate to the level you are applying for. Postgraduate portfolios should demonstrate your ability to research through meaningful investigation, include reference materials and show your arguments to justify the result.

What should my portfolio contain?
The portfolio should contain examples of research, development of your ideas and final pieces. It might include drawings, paintings, sketchbooks, colour studies, materials investigation, design development (2D and 3D), construction, consumer and market information, written notes, design presentation sheets, or any other types of work you choose. Sketchbooks show your research and help us to understand how you think. They form the background to the more finished work in your portfolio and, together, these tell the whole story of your creative journey.

If you have 3D pieces you should photograph and present these within the portfolio and bring one or two physical examples with you if you have a face-to-face interview/portfolio review.

What size should it be and how should it be presented?
A portfolio can be of any size, depending on what works for the content – A4, A3, etc. You should edit the work and compile the portfolio as a series of projects or studies. Keep the presentation format uncluttered and relevant. Avoid over-decorating your portfolio as this can detract from the content.

How do I submit my portfolio?
If you are sending your portfolio by post, please do not send original work. Portfolios may be physical, or they may be submitted online. Your College will let you know which format to submit your portfolio in. Requirements differ from course to course, so check the instructions on your course page before you submit your portfolio.

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Practising artist
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Postgraduate study

Interior Designing Career

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Product Designing Career

Industrial Designer
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Principal Industrial Designer

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