You will be introduced to a range of traditional and digital skills, in both the making and design of three-dimensional work. You will also gain skills and knowledge in digital crafts, using this to have your work produced on the water-jet cutter and a range of 3D printers. You will have opportunities to learn how to use the various Glass and Ceramics resources, based at the National Glass Centre. Your theory, lectures, drawing classes and some of your tutorials will be delivered online. A combination of online and face-to-face sessions will enable you to access the studios, individual workspaces and equipment that will broaden your skills, as well as the specialist academics and technicians who will assist you as you learn. As ever, the University will continue to offer a number of funding avenues for opportunities to extend your studies, as well as events and schemes such as Creative Industries Week and the SUPA award scheme. We will tell you more about this when you arrive for your induction during Welcome Week. This flexible approach to teaching and learning will enable you to stay safe, provide you with a rounded experience and enable you to join our community of learners, artists and makers.