Yes, if you are able to travel to London to attend the interview, the course seminars, additional events, workshops and assessments. Each prospective student should make allowance for the additional time and cost for travel and accommodation if required.
Graduates entry requirements may be one of the following:
An Honors Degree in Art and Design
Higher National Diploma incorporating scientific illustrations, preceded by a Foundation year Medical or Science background showing a portfolio of exceptional skill.
We recommend an initial art foundation course followed by an art degree which includes life drawing and observational drawing as a significant part of its syllabus; including the further options listed above.
The key fees are indicated on our application and course information page.
An initial Enrolment Fee of £615, followed by three individual termly fees in the region of £399 are required on or before the first day of each term. Workshops, conferences and other events are costed separately. Allow approximately £75 per workshop and £100 for each other event.
Prospective students should also take into consideration their travel costs, any accommodation if applicable, art materials, texts, computer or laptop, programs such as Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign etc are extra. Students should make extra allowances for these. We strongly recommend all have their own laptops for the course.
Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop and Indesign are essential. During the course you may find you wish to purchase other Adobe programs and 3D programs such as Zbrush. All students should financially plan for these purchases.
As a Charitable Education Trust we aim to keep our fees extremely low which supports all students. Specific and/or occasional funding is given to support all students attending specific events, for example the MAA Annual Conference.
We organise online webinars, and one and two-day workshops for enroled students. A further selection of webinars and workshops are avaiabkle to external attendees. Details can be found on the Workshop page.
The course syllabus outlines the coursework requirements and projects with expanded information. The full syllabus is supplied to enroled students accepted onto the course.
The course is divided into four sections:
Part 1: Traditional and fundamental artwork skills
Part 2: Clinical, patient and surgical artwork skills
Part 3: Conceptual, editorial and information communication design.
Part 4: Dissertation
Medical artists can be freelance or are employed within huge varieties of fields world wide, for example within hospitals, publishing, advertising, forensic and police work, archaeology, e-learning, and animation.
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