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BA Graphic Design Communication

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  • Objectives
    BA Graphic Design Communication encourages you to develop a passion for high-level ideas generation, with innovative and directional concepts supported by the development of professional digital, technical and presentation skills. It offers a thorough grounding in design principles and critical awareness with the opportunity to specialise in design for print or multimedia.
  • Entry requirements
    * Portfolio of work * A foundation course/National Diploma/AVCE/Advanced GNVQ or equivalent * Passes in 2 GCE A Levels (or 1 GCE A Level plus 2 GCE AS Levels) * Passes at GCSE level in 3 subjects (grade C or above) * EU/International students must show proof of equivalent qualification and IELTS 6.0 in English on enrolment * Applications are welcome from mature students and the College takes into consideration prior learning, alternative qualifications and experience
  • Academic Title
    BA Graphic Design Communication
  • Course description
    BA Graphic Design Communication


    Stage 1

    You examine the design process and contemporary communication in all its diversity. Experimentation, hand and digital generated mark making, design for print and moving image inform which area you might subsequently choose to specialise in.

    Stage 2

    Focuses your interest in design for print, creative typography, imaging, fashion graphics or even design for the music industry.

    Stage 3

    Develops your personal interests towards the development of a focused, contemporary and contextual portfolio containing both live and selfdirected projects.

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