Application Process

Higher Education Application Process

We understand every person has different goals and may find the application process to universities confusing. We will make suitable recommendations based on your requirements as we guide and instruct you through your course. Konrede provides full application support automatically for any 1-on-1 course for the duration of 1 year or more however, you may also choose to include the application service if you enrol for less than 1 year as an add-on. Regardless of the type of subject or level, this is the general process outline of how we support you:

  1. Understand your goals then analyse your strengths and abilities.

  2. Evaluate your current situation and make suitable considerations on university choices.

  3. We will review your art portfolio to check-in periodically and make sure it meets the university requirements. We will also give advice and help you prepare for your interviews.

  4. We will submit the applications on behalf of you upon request, or if your school or institute does not provide this support.

  5. After you have received your offers, we will review them and guide you through the selection process.

 

General Document Guidelines for the UK and the USA

UK:

Applicants for Undergraduate courses will usually apply through UCAS which is an online platform used by both UK local and international students. You may also apply directly without using UCAS. For Graduate courses and above, you would usually be required to apply directly. What you need to prepare are:

  • Application Form (if applicable)

  • Art & Design portfolio

  • Curriculum Vitae/Resume (if applicable)

  • English language certificate (such as IELTS or TOEFL) and other examination certificates (if required)

  • Personal Statement

  • Other qualifications (if applicable)

  • Recent academic transcripts

  • Reference Letter

 

USA:

You will need to apply directly to each university and take into consideration that each college or university’s requirements may vary. If you are applying for early action, you’ll need to be aware of the deadlines. Some institutions will also require you to submit your portfolio through online portals such as SlideRoom or PebblePad. What you need to prepare are:

  • Application Form

  • Art & Design portfolio

  • Common Application ​

  • Curriculum Vitae/Resume (if applicable)

  • English language certificate (such as IELTS or TOEFL) and other examination certificates (such as SAT or ACT, if required)

  • Letter of Recommendation

  • Other qualifications (if applicable)

  • Recent academic transcripts

  • Statement of Purpose or equivalent