London Metropolitan University

Course Introduction

With a teaching team made up of internationally renowned practitioners including Simone ten Hompel, Mah Rana and Marianne Forrest and a dream location in London's creative Brick Lane area, you'll find our graduates (such as Imogen Belfield) are award'winning designer makers or have successful careers at design'led manufacturers such as Sean Leane. We draw no limits as to what jewellery and silversmithing are, and you will be encouraged to make radical experiments as well as learning the craft fundamentals of the disciplines. We have excellent industry contacts and use these to ensure our graduates are fully work ready at graduation. You have numerous opportunities to enter competitions, to make visits to industry and trade shows (including abroad) and to exhibit your work. There are opportunities for exciting joint projects with students across art, architecture and design at the Cass, as well as a work placement built into the course. Added value: Excellent facilities including etching, enamelling, laser cutting and rapid prototyping as well as traditional hand'craft techniques, are available in our workshops.

Duration & Attendance Qualification Tuition fees
3 years
Full Time
BA (Hons)

Qualifications required:

  • Course specific