I'm from scotland, i live in the highlands. I'm applying to Edinburgh this year but i'm at my local college just now. I was worried that this would suck out all my love for art but it hasn't! I think UWS does a Digital Art degree? I don't think they have a very good rep though.
1) Be more specific then digital art. There is alot of careers that use digital art, but the word digital art is not a major or a career. Do you want to 3D model, paint, do movies, etc? 2) do your own research. This gal brings a good way to research your schools. Even if you not going to art school, some of this stuff may apply.
Treat art course as if you were going to a regular college. Do you like the teachers? Have you tried attending a precollege program? Have you even visit the school?
This way you get the school you want.
Vist more then one school is better and its ok to apply more then one. I think it is, because what if you don't get accepted immediately to the other school? Its better to have other applications open then none at all.
KirstieTheCatLadyFeatured By OwnerDec 17, 2012Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I go to Langside which is a nice college but don't know how much they offer art wise I would however recommend City of Glasgow college their art courses sound awesome.There is also Cardonald college which has a good art course and could art supiles on campus but I went there for a interview and I didn't really get the best impression of the place.
1) make a list of colleges that seem interesting to you. 2) visit the ones you feel might be good for you (2 or 3) 3) when you visit them, watch your it will tell you when you´ve come to the right spot
There probably isn't going to be a college that lets you study specifically digital art, but there are degrees that will teach you digital art on top of other mediums. I would advise looking into either illustration degrees or graphic design degrees.