Jewellery Design Course

Course Overview

Our Jewellery Design Course will teach students how to use softwares such as AutoCad and Rhinoceros for Jewellery Design. Our facilities include a studio where jewellery creation with materials like glass, metals, enamels, and wood can be exercised. At Raffles, our Jewellery Design Course will equip students with skills and knowledge to create traditional and contemporary styles of jewellery design. Each learning experience will prepare students to develop a professional jewellery design portfolio.

Recently, our Jewellery Design Course graduates participated in global and regional competitions such as: Singapore Jewellery Design Award, Manufacturers Jewellers and Suppliers of America (MJSA), Vision Award Design Competition, and Malaysia International Jewellery Fair (MIJF). They received International exposure as they gained the opportunity to pitch and learn from fellow designers from all over the globe.

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Jewellery Design



Certification:
Advanced Diploma in Jewellery Design

Duration:
2 Years (Full-time)

Intake:
January, April, July and October
Certification:
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Fashion (Top Up)

Duration:
1 Year (Full-time)

Intake:
January, April, July and October

Awarded by:
Coventry University, UK

Available in:
Raffles College of Higher Education (RCHE), Singapore

Advanced Diploma

3D Conceptualization
Academic Research & Communication Skills
Colour Analysis in 3D Design
Computer Aided Design (AutoCAD)
Computer Rendering (Rhinoceros)
Cultural Studies
Design Drafting – Technical Drawing
Design Management
Design Rendering
Design Theory
Digital Presentation
Gemstones Identification
Human Factors
Industrial Attachment
Jewellery Technology
Major Design Project – Jewellery Design


Model Making
Observational Drawing Skills
Retail Visual Merchandising
Solid Modeling – Rapid Prototyping
Studio Practice I: Fabrication Methods 1
Studio Practice II: Fabrication Methods 2
Studio Practice III: Fabrication Methods 3
Studio Practice IV: Enamelling & Glass
Studio Practice V: Silversmithing
Studio Practice VI: Gem Analysis & Stone Setting

Bachelor Degree Awarded by Coventry University, UK
Core
Fashion Major Project
Negotiated Fashion Studies
Professional Practice
Elective

Electives*
Modules
Advanced English: Academic Essay Writing
Design Promotion
Enhancing Reflective Study Skills Across Cultural Boundaries
Global Experience in Art and Design
How to set up a Freelance Business


Jewellery Product Manager
Jewellery Designer
Jewellery Maker
Accessories Designer
Design Consultant
Design Educationalist