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The College’s roots date back to 1880 - hear something about the history of this college, some of its famous past students, and a chance to view the artwork and tour the building seeing all the range of facilities offered to A Level, BTEC and Foundation students for this rare chance to see inside the building on the corner of Green Lane and Roman Road.
For more info, go to: ccad.ac.uk

CCAD (Green Lane Campus)

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Mission: To design and create your future!

History: Cleveland College of Art and Design has been established for well over 100 years and is the only educational institution in the North-East solely devoted to art and design. The majority of the staff are practising artists, designers and craftsmen.

Address: The further education campus is in Middlesbrough in Green Lane, Linthorpe. There is also a dedicated higher education centre at Church Square in Hartlepool.

Ambience: Small and friendly with a traditional art school atmosphere but the majority of students themselves have their own space to work in and make their own. All the buildings on the Green Lane site are purpose-built and are in the middle of a nice residential area. The campus in Hartlepool is located within the traditional red brick, iconic, listed buildings at the heart of the town.

Vital statistics: One of only three specialist art and design colleges within the further education sector, with over 1,300 students. Foundation and BA Honours degree provision has been expanded recently to meet the needs of employers. A-level provision has also recently been expanded to offer more choice.

Added value: The new higher education centre is full of the latest equipment and resources. Studios are well-equipped with industry standard kit, from a digital laser cutter to high end difital backs in photography. There is also a comprehensive specialist library and very good additional support and study support services.

Easy to get into? Each student is considered on their own individual merits, but a typical offer for an HE course usually asks for 240 UCAS points plus an interview to assess portfolio work. A lot of attention is paid to the quality of a portfolio and how students present themselves at interview.

Glittering alumni: Ridley Scott, director of Alien and Blade Runner; car designer Keith Patterson; and artist Mackenzie Thorpe.

Transport links: A19 and A66 motorways. For Green Lane campus there are regular train services to Middlesbrough connecting with main line services at Darlington. For Hartlepool campus long-distance coaches stop in Stockton Street only a few minutes' walk away from the campus. The train station is off Church Street, also a stone's throw from campus. It is two-and-a-half hours to London by train and Durham Tees Valley airport is only 10 miles away.

Who's the boss? Martin Raby is the principal.

Teaching: Rated outstanding by Ofsted in both 2008 and 2009.

Courses

BTEC Level 1 in Art & Design

BTEC Level 2 in Art & Design & also for those aged 19+

BTEC Level 3 Extended Diplomas in:
Art & Design; Interior, Architectural & Product; Design Crafts; Fashion & Clothing; Fine Art; Graphic Design; Interactive Media; Photography; Textiles

A-levels -Graphics, Textiles, Photography, Fine Art, Three Dimensional Design, Business Studies, English Language, Psychology, History of Art

Foundation Diploma in Art & Design

FdAs: Contemporary textile practice, commercial photgraphy, costume construction for stage and screen, creative fashion practices, creative film and moving image production, graphic design and applied arts.

BA (Hons): Textiles and surface design, photography, entertainment design crafts, fashion enterprise, and applied arts for enterprise (via a 'top-up' year).

Nightlife: Middlesbrough has a lively nightlife. Live music can be appreciated at venues like The Cornerhouse and The Empire in Middlesbrough while the Studio in Hartlepool is one of the finest live venues in the North. For the film fanatic there is a large Cineworld in central Middlesbrough and a Vue Cinema in Hartlepool.

Any accommodation? None provided by the college, but students are given assistance for finding their own flats.

Cheap to live there? Very. Students usually live within walking distance of the college for about £45 to £55 per week.

Fees: £8000 per year for HE students starting in 2012.

Bursaries: Students with a household income of less than £25,000 a year are entitled to a bursary of £1100. There is also an internal progression scheme and a merit scholarship scheme which is to be announced.

UCAS code: C71


Further Education Campus- Green Lane, Middlesbrough

Higher Education Campus - Church Square, Hartlepool