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BA (Hons) in Ceramics Limerick Institute of Technology



Course info


Contemporary ceramic practice encompasses a broad range of applications, enabling a wide range of conceptual and practical approaches within art and design. The Ceramics programme at LSAD reflects this diversity and embraces the mediums rich cultural heritage.

What modules will I study?

Year 2

Introduces and develops the core skills of working with ceramics. These include fundamental processes such as hand-building, wheel throwing, plaster model and mould making, slip-casting, glazing and firing, alongside new technologies of digital design and fabrication such as 3D printing and laser cutting. These skills are supported by research and design development through drawing and surface workshops and contextual engagement with contemporary ceramic practice through field trips, nationally and internationally.

Year 3

The emphasis in Year 3 is on developing an individual creative direction and builds on the core skills acquired in Year 2. Through increasingly self-directed briefs, students are encouraged to begin to recognise their desired area of specialisation. Engagement with Professional Practice is encouraged through work placement (nationally or internationally) and the organisation and implementation of an external group exhibition. Workshops continue in relevant ceramic processes, research and design strategies. During Year 3, students may opt to undertake part of the academic year in another European institution through the Erasmus programme.

Year 4

Year 4 aims to prepare the student for their desired career path after college through a self-directed project and the specialisation of techniques and concepts. There is an emphasis on professional presentation, including concept development, presentation methods, photography, statement writing and a web presence. Ceramic techniques are taught at an advanced level and are specific to student needs. The year culminates in an exhibition of completed ceramic work, produced for the final examination, together with supporting developmental material.

Are there opportunities for further study?

Graduates are encouraged to explore numerous pathways following their Ceramics BA. Graduates are eligible to apply to Level 9 and 10 postgraduate programme.

What are the career prospects?

Job categories include:

  • Designer maker
  • Studio potter
  • Ceramic sculptor
  • Teacher
  • Technician
  • Researcher
  • Curator
  • Culture sector

Course options

Here are the different ways in which you can study BA (Hons) in Ceramics.

Full Time (3 Years (After 1 year in common entry course))

Tuition fees

€10,250.00 (9,13,389) per year




Clare Street Campus

Limerick School of Art and Design,

Clare Street,



Republic of Ireland

Entry requirement for international students

Entry into Ceramics is by competition and selection during LC110 First Year Art & Design. Applications will also be considered for direct entry to Year 2 from those with a FETAC Level 6 or relevant prior learning

IELTS score for entry to undergraduate courses a minimum score of 5.5

* Please check with your chosen school for the exact entry requirements for your programme.

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