A-levels or BTEC
Entry requirements are in the range of A-level BBB–CCC (120–96 UCAS Tariff points), or BTEC Extended Diploma DDM–MMM. Our conditional offers typically fall within this range. We are looking for highly motivated and creative students. We will consider you on an individual basis. Your portfolio is the most important and mandatory part of your application. If your predicted or actual grades fall below the range below but you can evidence your thinking, ideas and abilities through a high-quality portfolio we will still consider your application.
Art foundation diploma
Pass. A foundation diploma is not a requirement for entry – it is just one of a range of qualifications that is accepted for admission to this course.
Access to HE diploma
Pass with 60 credits overall. Art and design courses preferred. At least 45 credits at level 3, and 30 credits must be at merit or above.
GCSE (minimum grade C or grade 4)
At least English language and maths.
Studied before or got relevant experience?
A qualification, HE credits or relevant experience may count towards your course at Brighton, and could mean that you do not have to take some elements of the course or can start in year 2 or 3.
For non-native speakers of English
IELTS 6.0 overall, with 6.0 in writing and at least 5.5 in the other elements.
Portfolio and interview advice
Applying for 2019
Read our advice on how to submit a portfolio if you are applying during Clearing
Applying for a place in 2020?
Interviews are informal, normally you'll be talking with two members of the course team and a student representative. You should be prepared to discuss your portfolio with staff for 20–30 minutes. Students based overseas can arrange a phone or Skype interview and submit an online portfolio.
In preparing a Fine Art Printmaking application portfolio please consider that we are looking for applicants with a demonstrable interest in one or more of the following:
- graphic fine art languages
- fine art prints and processes
- the photographic and text-orientated (including artists' books)
- a fascination with images from archives, with printed ephemera, or with images culled from the internet.