JIMS Jewellery Design Graduate course brings out each individual's innate creativity, helping enthusiasts to design with ability and confidence. It makes an apprentice designer learn the basics and complexities of designing any type of jewelry, along with estimating its cost. Through practical work, designers are assisted to express their creativity by designing a portfolio of their own styles.
Here at JIMS we offer an artistic and cultural reference point for students who want to study Jewelry Design. A range of basic jewelry-making techniques are taught, among them sawing, filing, soldering, bending, forging, and polishing. Jewelry students learn to drill, file, weld and shape materials, before polishing and setting precious and semi-precious stones in the finished products.
At JIMS, students are encouraged to develop their own style using metal as well as alternative materials and jewels to create rings, earrings, bracelets and more. From design to production, students at JIMS learn every step in the jewelry-making process, both in the classroom and in the workshop.