College of Creative Arts at Wellington Open Day

31 Aug 2018 9:00 AM
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Come see the College of Creative Arts on Wellington Campus, we open our doors and welcome you to explore your future options

The College of Creative Arts Toi Rauwharangi is New Zealand's premier provider of creative arts education, with comprehensive internationally benchmarked future-focused programmes, innovative studio-focused delivery, high levels of under and postgraduate student achievement and a distinctive contribution to Māori and Pasifika creative practice.

A degree from the College of Creative Arts at Massey is critically acclaimed and valued internationally, backed by:

• its NASAD substantial equivalency status

• its 2nd ranking in Asia Pacific with Red Dot International

• its position in the top 100 QS rankings for art and design (and the best in Wellington)

• being first in NZ for art and design research (PBRF 2012)

• numerous award winning staff and students (DINZ/DYSON/NZIPP/Walters/ Wallace/Miromoda/ECC/ISTD/Tropfest

CoCA offers five undergraduate degrees: fine arts, design (6 majors), creative media production, commercial music (3 majors) and Māori visual arts. These degrees place our graduates well ahead of the increasingly competitive university market as well as in global employment networks, where critical thinking, entrepreneurial attitudes and innovative problem solving skills are now rated amongst the most valued abilities and attributes sought by employers.

One of the main advantages of taking a degree at CoCA is being part of an established art college, with the opportunity to work across disciplines and on collaborative projects that will develop leadership skills and foster lifelong connections. CoCA students are expected to develop both critical thinking and technical expertise that prepares them well to meet industry demands. Art and design degrees at CoCA are integrated 4-year honours programmes that allow students to research or specialise in their chosen subject area, and put them out in front in the employment market.

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