Definitely! Specially after I showed the few pieces I made in the Silver Metal Clay certificate course, many were keen to try the course out too.

- Maxine C. (England)

I will use the skills learnt to make more jewellery for my clients and incorporating various techniques to make more interesting designs.

- Mastura M. (Malaysia)

I will use the skills learnt to make my own jewellery, probably to sell jewellery in the future.

- Jane D. (Philippines)

JDMIS is a great, great school. There was a lot of diversification and various techniques was studied.

- Muriel G. (Swizerland)

JDMIS is a good place to learn professional techniques to finish up a piece of jewellery.

- Jess T. (Singapore)

The Silver Metal Clay is great and good that we do not have to worry about material and tools.

- Sandy Y. (Singapore)

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

- Sam S. (Hong Kong)

JDMIS will change your life and in a very positive way.

- Payal B. (India)

JDMIS provides very enjoyable courses, which equip you with knowledge of professional techniques. The school takes each skill, technique, and student very seriously. If you want to take your passion beyond just making it a hobby then it is important to learn the skills necessary in the best way possible.

- S.Bt.T (Singapore)

My favourite course is the so far, is the jewellery design course because we really got to pracitce drawing the jewelry; rings, pendants and we have a clearer idea on how to design the jewellery pieces within a limited time.

- Cherry T. (Indonesia)

I enjoyed the pearls module during the Gemmology course because I have always wanted to know more about pearls and the class gave lots of interesting information on pearls.

- Melani A. (Indonesia)

I will use the skills learnt to make more jewellery and combine with the metalsmithing designs.

- Kristy C. (Malaysia)

My favourite course are CAD, Jewellery Design, and Silver Metal Clay because they are fun, creative and exciting.

- Alexis T. (Malaysia)

I will use the skills to make jewellery for myself and friends as a gift.

- Clarinda K. (Singapore)

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)

The skills will aid me in my work as a goldsmith.

- Hetty V. (Holland)

Using the skills learnt, I'm making my own necklaces, bracelets and earrings.

- Edith S. (Hungary)

Good place to start learning and putting immediately into practice what you've learned.

- Jane D. (Philippines)

I can use the skills acquired to better appreciate and evaluate jewellery - be it worn by someone or on display.

- Xue Qiong H. (China)

My favourite courses are the Silver Metal clay and GIA because they are fun and creative.

- Alexis T. (Malaysia)