A former school principal, Sujata is an experienced teacher and fashion jewellery artist specializing in thread and wire jewellery fabrication techniques. Sujata has a bachelor of arts degree and a diploma in fashion jewellery design and conveys to her students not only the importance of professional techniques and quality, but also a unique style and enthusiasm for the fashion world.


Enter the world of jewellery by learning both traditional hand-drawing and digital design with CAD and CAM.
Fine Jewellery Design
Enter the world of jewellery by learning both traditional hand-drawing and digital design with CAD and CAM.
Create without limits: Explore new metal technologies and traditional techniques of metal crafting.
Precious Metal Arts
Create without limits: Explore new metal technologies and traditional techniques of metal crafting.
Get started in fashion jewellery design by assembling unique pieces with different hands-on techniques.
Fashion Jewellery Arts
Get started in fashion jewellery design by assembling unique pieces with different hands-on techniques.
Explore the fabulous world of jewellery gathering the knowledge that the industry requires.
Jewellery Industry Knowledge
Explore the fabulous world of jewellery gathering the knowledge that the industry requires.
Build your jewellery business from the inception, through the launch and all the way to global expansion.
Business & Entrepreneurship
Build your jewellery business from the inception, through the launch and all the way to global expansion.

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  • There are fun, interesting, useful knowledge and techniques to be learnt.

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  • Friendly Instructors that make a fun learning experience.

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  • I am planning to use the skills to improve on the business I am going to start.

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  • I will use the skills learnt to make jewellery for friends & family considering being able to sell as supplementary income when I get back to the UK.

    - Melanie T. (England)

  • I intend to contribute articles to jewellery magazines and hope that someday I can be an authority in this field. That?s a dream.

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  • Skills such as how to accurately portray jewellery using traditional meduim i.e. paper, pencils will aid me in my jewellery designs.

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  • I will use the skills learnt to make pieces for family and friends.

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