During the national lockdown, BAJ students are continuing their courses from home, with BAJ having tailored teaching to cater to online learning during this time. We are extremely proud of how our students have risen to this challenge and continued to produce innovative work during this challenging time.
BAJ’s Jewellery Fundamentals course begins this spring. But what can students expect from this hands-on programme with lockdown restrictions? Not to worry – we’ve made all the arrangements so that aspiring jewellers joining us this spring can still expect the same world-class BAJ education.
We are pleased to announce the launch of our latest series of enriching online Masterclasses, available to BAJ students. Conceived to complement the world-class jewellery education we offer, the sessions are open to all BAJ students for free. Masterclasses will be delivered via Zoom and will address a wide variety of topics, ranging from live
We have opened enrolment for our upcoming Jewellery Fundamentals course at our Birmingham campus. The beginners’ course offers a thorough and focused introduction to the jewellery industry, with course starts in April and September 2021. A diverse and industry-focused curriculum Our one-year Jewellery Fundamentals course offers students an exciting, hands-on introduction to jewellery design
We are delighted to announce the launch of “Adaptability, Versatility, Longevity,” an exciting collaboration with iconic London-based jewellery brand Alex Monroe.
We are delighted to announce that our charity Valentine’s Auction will run from 21st January to 1st February 2021, with all proceeds going to the Stephen Lawrence Trust.
We are delighted to announce that the work of 11 members of our talented BAJ community features in a digital jewellery exhibition shining a spotlight on some of the most promising jewellery students from around Europe with Erasmus.
As part of our ongoing collaboration with the Parlement Lycéen Européen, we have launched an international jewellery exhibition at our London campus. The exhibition showcases the winners of PLE’s annual jewellery design competition. Jewellery by five BAJ students, whose jewellery was selected from an array of submissions, is on display along with jewellery made by students from PLE partner schools across Europe.