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Each Art and Design Course is different. Some courses will have more detail on building a portfolio so do your research, ask questions at Open Days or make contact with Course Directors.
Your portfolio might be viewed when you are not present, therefore make sure it is easy to use. Think of it like a book. Your name and a title on the outside will be useful - this also helps distinguish the front from the back!
The physical portfolio can be any size, but make sure you can carry it! Hold mock interviews with friends or tutors so that you are comfortable showing and discussing your work prior to any interview.
No more than 20 sheets. Models and digital files are fine - ensure they are easy to carry and use.
If you are sending a digital portfolio, follow these guidelines
What is the first thing that we will see in your portfolio? This should grab our attention. What will be the mid-point highlight? What will you end with? Consider the flow of your portfolio - this will help keep viewers interested. Also, are you able to talk about the portfolio with passion?