About the Program
The Jewellery & Metalwork diploma program allows students to develop their knowledge and skills of jewellery and metalwork production in a professional studio atmosphere. The program stresses high standards of craftsmanship and creativity, all the time encouraging and exposing students to a wide range of materials, techniques and concepts.
Length of Program
Two years; full time
Applicants wishing to apply to this program must have a:
- Grade 12 Diploma or General Educational Development equivalent
- Mature students will do the NAC Administered Assessment in Math and English, and pass 130 for admission.
- Submit a Transcript
- Submit a letter of interest explaining why he/she wishes to enter the program;
- Applicants submitting a portfolio of work will be given preference.
Applications must be submitted to the Registrar's Office by June 12, 2016.
Do you need financial assistance? You may be eligible for the Financial Assistance for Nunavut Students (FANS) and Adult Learning and Training Support (ALTS) programs. The deadline for FANS and ALTS applications is July 15.
Record of Achievement
Jewellery and Metalwork, Nunavut Arctic College
Credit Transfer Opportunities
Successful completion of the diploma program will prepare the graduate to develop a career as a self-employed jeweller/metal smith whose work can be sold through northern and southern galleries or commercial outlets.