JDMIS is a good place to learn academic knowledge and get creative.

- Geraldine C. (Singapore)

The courses offered at JDMIS are very interesting.

- Jenifer (Singapore)

This course of Jewellery design that I am taking now is my favourite, because I like to draw.

- Hayley O. (America)

Great teacher, solid crash course to learn basic - advanced skills.

- Paul H. (Singapore)

I will use the skills acquired to make pieces for family, friends and of course, myself! If I could get to a point of eventually selling pieces, even better!

- Elena A. (Australia)

I will use the skills learnt for commercial website uses.

- Paul H. (Singapore)

It?s the best place in Singapore to learn about different aspects of jewellery making/marketing.

- Sam S. (Hong Kong)

The school has good customer-service. The teacher is not stingy in sharing extra knowledge with regards to the course.

- Wahida M. (Singapore)

I will use the skills learnt to make my own jewelry.

- Bella K. (Indonesia)

I will use the skills acquired to make items for loved ones.

- Lynde L. (Malaysia)

I like wire work, but learning anything with Tanja is wonderful. She teaches very patiently and shares indepth experiences which helps so much more.

- Nidhi D. (India)

I would tell my friends that they need to experience learning about jewellery and how to make it for them and for other people.

- Hayley O. (America)

Fabulous! Excellent! It's a wonderful place to learn jewellery design.

- M.H. (Ireland)

I will use the skills attained to have a small collection which eventually put up for sale.

- Jess T. (Singapore)

To me, JDMIS is the best jewellery school in Singapore.

- Sonya H. (Indonesia)

I will use the skills learnt to help render designs for my dad's customers to enable them to visualize better.

- Geraldine C. (Singapore)

My favourite courses are the Jewellery Design and Metal clay courses. They were fun, informative, very practical advice and very useful.

- Bee Pheng O. (Singapore)

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

- Sandy Y. (Singapore)

I hope to make jewellery for family and friends, for leisure and as a stress-reliever.

- Shahirah A. (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)

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