Foundation Course

Foundation Course

APPLICATIONS OPEN
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Fees

£6,250

Time

9.30am - 4.30pm

Course Days

Monday - Thursday in the studio.

Friday - project to complete outside the School

Location

North Junction St. Campus

Term Dates 20/21

7 Sep - 27 Jun 2021

Course Staff

Andrew Baker Tutor
Andrew Paterson Tutor & Foundation Course Lecturer
David Martin Foundation Course Leader
Jenny Martin Tutor
Leesa French Contemporary Art Practice Course Leader & Tutor

Application Process


There are no formal entry requirements for admission to the Foundation Course. This can benefit some students with lower exam grades, as some art colleges will accept a Merit Pass on the Foundation Course as entry into Second Year. We advise students as far as possible to check in advance what the entry requirements are for the degree of their choice.

Applicants will be invited to interview with their portfolios from the end of February onwards. We accept late applications, providing there is still availability on the course. Please get in touch with the School to enquire about availability.  For full details on the application process and portfolio requirements please click here.

The School's Assisted Places Scheme offers financial assistance for students who would find the fees difficult to pay. The application is based on personal and financial circumstances. For further details visit our Fees & Funding page.

At present the School does not hold a licence to sponsor students under Tier 4 of the points-based system and is therefore unable to accept students wishing to study for more than 6 months from outside the EEA.

Leith School of Art is not registered through UCAS. Please apply online through our website.

‘"I’m really grateful for all the work that was done at LSA...I want to thank all the staff at the school for supporting and encouraging me to feel confident in my own work, pushing me to be the best I can." - previous student who went on to Queensland Universtiy to study visual art and was awareded the 'Scholarship of Excellence' there.’