I'm not sure if I'm in the right section to ask this..
I've started taking an Access to HE course in Art & Design so I can build a portfolio to help me apply for BA Graphic Design.
I've applied through UCAS and just got responses requiring me to upload a mini portfolio.
I've been seeing the work of Foundation students, and been comparing their work with what we do, and it's a lot more than what we do.
My question is: Do universities put that into consideration (that Access courses are less versatile than Foundation courses) when they look at students' portfolios?
I am worried that my portfolio won't be enough to get me any offers from universities.
How are you celebrating?