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Year-on-year fall in applications to art and design courses
I studied illustration to HND level. Although I am a very talented artist and illustrator I cannot find work. The college I went to handed out qualifications to anybody. Most students on the same course couldn't draw or paint to save their life and some hardly ever turned up or did any work. I was disgusted that the course tutors still pushd their work through and awarded them the qualification. It really should be about quality and not quantity. Having said that, if talentless time wasters want to run up a student loan debt then more fool them. Its just a pity that they devalue many qualifications that others rightly deserve through hard work, time,dedication and talent.
Fri, 13 Jul 2012
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