Art and design for 16-19 year olds
Why choose Brighton MET?
At Brighton MET we offer a variety of full-time courses for 16-19 year olds across two campuses. We teach technical and professional skills and provide
practical industry-focused experience. This is a great way to study
and equips you with the key skills needed to progress into employment or
to go on to study at University.
Related News & Events
'Props' for Brighton MET art student
Brighton MET alumni Neve Pearce has been accepted onto the competitive BA Production Arts and Design course at the highly prestigious Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (RSC), at only 18. Neve, who successfully completed the two year UAL Level 3 Extended Diploma in Art and Design course at Brighton MET this year, will be one of only four or five students to follow the Prop Making pathway.
Ark project inspires flood of inspiration from students
Students at Brighton MET rose to a massive creative challenge recently, having been tasked with researching the biblical story of Noah’s Ark over the summer.
Get inspired at the MET’s End of Year Show
The studios at Brighton MET are open until Tuesday 27 June for the annual Creative Industries’ End of Year Show. The students’ final year projects cover everything from photography, graphics and fine art, to games development, illustration and 3D design, to fashion and textiles.