GK 2-Year Sculpture Program is designed for people with interests in formally taking sculpture as a course. It is a private training program (not under CHED nor TESDA) with International-certification accreditation.
This program include:
Sculpture - Basic Principles
Sculpture using Modeling Clays, Mixed Media, Polymer Clay, Paper Mache
Basic Pottery & Ceramic Sculpture
PHP 9,000 per Trimester
GK does not charge students for their educational instruction, course materials or annual enrollment. It does charge modest fees for application processing and the cheapest tuition fee for the whole educational program paid one-time only. You can get a 10% off discount, if you pay for the whole PHP 54,000.
Examination & Getting a 2-Year
After having satisfied the requirements for all the modules, you have options for the following:
Receive your 2-Year Program Certificate.
Take the exams for Certificate in Fine Arts - Associate / Professional / Masters for PHP 9,995 and receive an academic transcript with college units equivalent to 36 units for the whole 2-Year Program with Certificate in Fine Arts. Only through this option will the student be eligible to move up to GK College Bachelor of Fine Arts.
Requirements and Application Process
Applicant should be proficient in Filipino, English, or Taglish (a mix of both) languages.
Applicant has achieved Basic Education (High School, College, or Associates Degree).
Applicant has Professional Education or Experience (optional).
Fill the Application Form.
After application approval, you need to decide on payment plan. Options:
Pay tuition fee for the mandatory and optional courses at the same time (for early payment the price for optional courses will be deducted with 10% Discount)
Pay tuition fee for the mandatory courses at the beginning and decide upon taking extra courses later (you can add extra courses during the whole period of your studies based on regular price each)
3. Make a payment for the course.
4. Start your studies.
If you have questions contact us at (63) 916-2921470, or you can ask your personal student advisor.