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- TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
- Confirmed Sept/Oct start
- TEACHING MODE:
- Online learning
- OPEN DAYS:
- Virtual open day on 14th Aug.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- All teaching will be taking place online. The only exceptions are for healthcare subjects, social work and teacher training, where students will be able to access teaching on campus. The government has advised the current restrictions are likely to last until at least 8 March.
6 Fine art reviews at Kingston University
Fine Art and Art History, BA Hons
Teachers are so friendly and lovely. Variety of lecturers so you will find someone who relates to your style of working! Close enough to London to be able to pop in to see exhibitions with your class and far enough out to have the Luxury of space and cheaper accommodation
Fine Art, BA Hons
I studied BA Fine Art, the studio space and facilities were a little on the small side. Unlike most universities many materials were actually free, such as canvas, wire, wood and clay. After 3 years I came to the conclusion the university has a mixture of excellent, engaging tutors and less enthusiastic and disinterested ones. Nick Ferguson, Helen Potkin, Alexis Teplin, Andrea Strokes, Ann Hulland, Louis Nixon, Stephen Hughes, Neil Jefferies were excellent tutors who demonstrated their willingness to go that extra mile for students. The course lacked in lectures and is primarily self driven; focusing on the students independent learning. The majority of tutors tend to focus more on the conceptual than on technical ability, with many of my fellow students moving away from mediums such as paint due to the constant criticism and lack of actually input from tutors. The Halls are good, staff are friendly and helpful. There were also many job opportunities with the university, 5 stars!