PREPARATION COURSES

EERA Academy Preparation Courses

Portfolio Preparation for BA
Preparation courses for BA are curated for students to prepare for an entry in undergraduate courses. It offers individual studio learning along with research projects to explore famous museums and galleries. Group discussions are an imperative part of the teaching to help students fortify their communication skills and encourage free flow of ideas.

Study Level Preparation
Study Mode Twice a Week
Course Length 6 months
Starting Date January 2017
Application Route Apply Now
Application Application for 2017 are open now
Course Objectives:

• To build upon an applicant’s technical skills through developing their contextual understanding of their respective field.
• To dissect the factors and core ideas that influence contemporary art, design and communication.
• To create individual visual strategies for improving creative and imaginative visual thinking.
• To introduce self-reflection and self-analysis as an integral part of the creative learning experience.
• To encourage applicant’s skills in communicating ideas, verbal and written.

Portfolio Preparation for MA

Preparation courses for MA are designed for students who have completely understood the basics and intricacies of a particular creative field and want to pursue advance studies for professional prospects. The further step towards the creative area after MA will invoke future opportunities and a beginning of career.

Study Level Preparation
Study Mode Twice a Week
Course Length 6 months
Starting Date January 2017
Application Route Apply Now
Application Application for 2017 are open now
Course Objectives:

• To engage with aspects of Art culture and explore the academic rigour of an MA programme
• To incubate independent and reflective practitioners and to prepare for practice led research
• To enhance conceptual thinking and explore professional and contextual knowledge
• To investigate visual procedures and ways to deal with research to enhance innovative learning background
• To encourage self-reflection and self-analysis as an integral part of the creative learning experience
• To foster self-efficacy in the communication of ideas both verbal and written