The two-step process is as follows:
Step 1. Mandatory English Test
Step 2. Mandatory Program Orientation, including completion of an on-site drawing test and submission of the following (part A, B and C).
Applicants who are unsuccessful in Step 1 will be notified by mail, and will not be included in Step 2 of the selection process.
Part A (Writing Skills)
Part B (Resume)
Part C (Portfolio)
The portfolio should consist of the following:
a) three life drawings; must show entire body including head, hands and feet of subject in various poses (one contour drawing, one gesture, one volume study);
Please put the entire package in a 9″x12” manila envelope, unsealed, with your First and Last name, and the student/applicant number on the cover.
After your portfolio has been assessed it will be destroyed, and cannot be returned to you. Do not staple or bind your drawings together in any way, and please ensure your name and student number is included on the back of every drawing you submit.
Portfolio Deadline and Orientation Session
You will be advised through Admissions as to the exact dates of the orientation session. A tentative guide is provided below:
Plan to be at the orientation session for two hours. Please bring a pen, sharpened pencils, an eraser, ruler and photo identification.