The Graphic Design course reflects the range of possibilities designers employ in print and screen-based media and considers how visual communication works in the context of cultural, technological, and social change. Students are encouraged to explore and express their ideas through an understanding of visual perception, image making, typography, narrative, and motion. They will also explore fundamental elements of art and design such as creative image making, color, spatial awareness, composition, and concept development. They are able to innovate and be original, bringing individuality to their work. Creative and out-of-the-box thinking is applied as part of the philosophy of our program of study. An appropriate working area is provided for students on the course in order to establish a working cross-disciplinary design community as well as encourage personal development. As they grow in confidence and ability, they produce work to a professional standard in areas such as packaging, brand, and publicity, visual identity, editorial, publishing, and advertising.
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- Full Time
Diploma and transcript from high school (12 years of study) translated in English and portfolio (a PDF file with samples of your drawings and creative project work).
You should apply direct to the AAS College. Application deadline for EU students is August 20.
- 3 years
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning