Progress all the way to a postgraduate degree…
Here at Confetti you can study with us from Level 1 to Level 7, meaning if you don’t quite have the grades you can still develop with us all the way towards a Master’s degree. Find out more below.
This is the college course to help you discover what you enjoy and are good at, so that you can develop your skills further. Ideally, you’ll have achieved a GCSE grade 2 (E) in English and Maths. However, if you haven’t, we’ll give you the opportunity to prove you can work at this level.
This level will develop your skills in a specific creative industry and is for anyone who doesn’t have the grades to start a Level 3 course. You’ll need 5 GCSEs grade 9-3 (A*-D), an appreciation of, and a passion for, the subject you’re applying for, with a level of practical experience.
This level is the traditional entry level for anyone who has finished their GCSE’s and has achieved 5 GCSEs grade 9-4 (A*-C). You have the choice of eight different creative courses.
Our foundation degrees are shorter degree courses which are roughly equivalent to two-thirds of an honours degree and can be completed in two years of full-time study. They’re widely recognised qualifications in their own right and can help you get the career you want in the creative industries.
The grades you’ll need are; DDE – A-levels; MPP – BTEC Extended Diploma; or 64 UCAS Tariff points from three A-levels or equivalent qualifications.
Upon completing your foundation degree you can choose to start your career in the creative industries or study on the Level 6 course to receive a Bachelor’s degree.
A three-year bachelor’s degree is a great choice if you’re looking to gain a full Level 6 qualification. With a higher UCAS tariff – this type of degree is perfect for you if you prefer a more theoretical approach to your studies combined with significant elements of practice.
The grades you’ll need are; BBC – A-levels; DMM – BTEC Extended Diploma; or 112 UCAS Tariff points from three A-levels or equivalent qualifications.
The course is suitable for graduates from BA or BSc courses in a related area, such as (but not limited to) music technology, film production, TV production technology, music performance, games production, games art, VFX technology production and, live and technical events. Graduate with a degree that reflects your career aspirations and personal specialism: an MA (Master of Arts) or MSc (Master of Science).
To study you’ll need a minimum of a 2:2 honours degree, or an appropriate equivalent. Alternatively, if you are a mature student with at least three year’s industry experience you can also apply.