Inscape Design College Admission Requirements 2023

Inscape Design College Admission Requirements 2023

ADMISSION CRITERIA
Existing (NQF level 7) Bachelor of Design Degree or Bachelor of Arts in Design or related field, or an Advanced Diploma in Design
or related field may gain access to the Bachelor of Arts Honours Degree in Design. Students should have attained a minimum
average of 60% in the final level of study in order to be accepted into the programme.
Applications from students who wish to gain access through RPL will be considered. The RPL process is described in the Inscape
Admissions Policy and Inscape RPL Application form. Contact registrar@inscape.co.za

ADDITIONAL FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS:
A study permit in the name of Inscape Education Group is valid for the duration of the chosen course.

THE STUDY PACK INCLUDES:
*Included in total: Pre-Verification, Tuition & Study Pack fees. Fees are exclusive of devices. All courses are subject to demand. Fees are reviewed
annually in March. Study Pack pricing is subject to fluctuation in the exchange rate. When comparing our fees with other institutions, please use
the Tuition Fee to do so accurately knowing that you will require all the items in the Study Pack to successfully complete this qualification.

 

ADMISSION CRITERIA
National Senior Certificate (NSC) stipulating entrance into Degree. English at NQF level 4. Applications
from students who wish to gain access through RPL will be considered. The RPL process is described in the
Inscape Admissions Policy and Inscape RPL Application form. Contact registrar@inscape.co.za

ADDITIONAL FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS:
Universities South Africa (USAF) conditional exemption certificate (when applying for a degree).
A study permit in the name of Inscape Education Group is valid for the duration of the chosen course.

ADMISSION CRITERIA
Students may be accepted into the Inscape Advanced Diploma in User Experience Design if they have one of the following qualifications: Diploma
in Design Studies, Level 6, 360 Credits; Bachelor of Design Studies, Level 7, 360 Credits; Bachelor of Arts in Design, Level 7, 360 Credits.
Applications from learners who are possibly qualified in other fields or who wish to take the Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) route will be
considered. Learners seeking access to the Advanced Diploma in User Experience Design who do not have an appropriate entrance qualification
may be considered for the RPL route but will only be admitted at the Academic Committee’s discretion in accordance with the institution RPL
policy. An RPL assessment process is used to evaluate the knowledge and skills of learners wishing to gain access, credits or advanced standing.
Supporting documents must be submitted to provide evidence of knowledge, skills and values and should include but are not limited to a
curriculum vitae with detailed work history, portfolios of completed work, workplace training schedules and examples, certificates for
appropriate non-accredited software training and reference letters from workplace supervisors. Examples must have been completed within the
past five years. The RPL process is described in the Inscape Admissions Policy and Inscape RPL Application form. Contact registrar@inscape.co.za
ADDITIONAL FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS:
For admissions to the Advanced Diploma in User Experience Design programme, any foreign qualification at an equivalent level to the NQF level
6 must be submitted to the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQ