We look at portfolios as part of our selection process as many of our design courses need specialist skills. Seeing your portfolio gives us an idea of your skills and helps us understand if you will enjoy studying with us and to make sure you are choosing the right course for you.
A good portfolio should contain quality work it’s not about quantity. Be selective about what to include and avoid repetition, we would recommended 15 to 25 pieces and ensure that your work is clearly laid out and easy to look through.
Files need to be compressed or zipped, should not exceed 1GB in size and should be submitted via www.mailbigfile.com/dmuac
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As a journalism applicant, you will be required to submit a 300-word written statement on 'Why you would like to undertake the Journalism (NCTJ accredited) BA (Hons) at DMU?'
This written statement should include:
Your written statement should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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