Industrial Design will be hosting its first Portfolio and Information Sessions on Friday, December 4, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. The information session will provide an important opportunity to learn more about the school and see the design studios, workshops, and laboratories in a virtual setting. It is also an opportunity for feedback on your portfolio (completed or in progress).
Why your portfolio is important?
Successful candidates are chosen from a large pool of applicants with a limited number of admissions. The Admissions Committee will be considering both the design of the portfolio and the quality and clarity of the work presented.
Your portfolio should include:
- Resume (academics, work experience, interests, and other);
- Statement of interest with reasons for wanting to study industrial design; and
- A diverse selection of 2D and 3D creative work with explanatory notes. (Creative work may include freehand and computer-generated drawings, technical drawings, paintings, graphics and photographs, and images of 3-dimensional work such as sculptures, models, renovations, furniture, fashion items, and others. It is useful to show both the process and final work).
The School of Industrial Design offers a straightforward digital-only submission process. All details are available at the School of Industrial Design website (carleton.ca/id) for preparing a portfolio, including portfolio guidelines and portfolio samples and videos. It is important to clearly follow format requirements to be considered for acceptance.
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