What makes a good portfolio?

Your portfolio should be a selected collection of creative work that will provide initial evidence of your talent and potential in visual art, design, conceptual thinking and craftsmanship.

The size and number of items in your portfolio must indicate your ability to consider both content and the assembly of that content in a coherent, creative manner. This portfolio should be considered as a summary of your best creative outputs.

The portfolio should be crafted in a clear, meaningful and designed manner, where the essence of your creative work and its assembly communicate to the assessors your aptitude for this particular degree. Experiential quality, inquisitive mind, originality, and craftsmanship are something we embrace.

To find out more information on how to put a good portfolio together watch the lecture 'Preparing your Portfolio for Alternative Entry' video, presented by Bruce Watson, Discipline Director, Interior Architecture.

Please click on your degree of interest to view the portfolio submission requirements: