Bachelor of Creative Industries in Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology

Last Updated on April 14, 2021 by West Highlander

Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology

Campus: Tauranga

Duration: 3 years

Intake:  February

*Fee: $19,950 per year

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Description:

This course is equipping you the range of skills required at creative workplace.

You’ll learn from most talented artists, fashion designers and leading industry experts.

Real-world situations make sure that our students are according to industry demands.  They are the people who are able to interact and coordinate to provide results across range of creative industries.

Majors:

Visual Art (VA):  Discover a range of 2D techniques in painting, drawing, printmaking and process image. Try 3D construction methods by using a range of media. Use latest digital techniques and practices to test exhibition presentation processes.

Graphic Design (GD):  Work co-ordinately in teams to make client briefs and discover solutions to a problems including branding, packaging or photography. Boost your skills and extend them in the second and third year to encompass new scopes such as digital illustration, animation and studio practice.

Fashion Design (FD): Make, design, and innovate. Make your ideas work.  Learn methods associated with your designs.

Upon completing the needs you’ll get the award of:

Bachelor of Creative Industries (Visual Art), or

Bachelor of Creative Industries (Graphic Design), or

Bachelor of Creative Industries (Fashion Design)

Career Outcomes:

Visual Arts Outcomes: painting, sculpture, installation, exhibition, performance, design, arts administration, art dealing/hiring, arts consultancy, tourism, arts events and festivals.

Graphic Design Outcomes: illustration, digital applications, animation, gaming, publication, photography, branding, marketing and identity, product packaging and industrial design.

Fashion and Textiles Outcomes: design, sample machinist, pattern engineer, production, buyer, retailing, costume, quality control, wardrobe and textile design.

Future Study Options:

Graduate Diploma in Creative Entrepreneurship

Eligibility criteria

Academic eligibility:

Student must have completed 10+2 and must have evidence of creative work.

English language proficiency score:

  1. IELTS score of 6.0 with no less than 5.5
  2. TOEFL Score of 60 (20 in writing)
  3. PTE required score is 42

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