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  • Objectives
    * Excellent career opportunities in information design, advertising, publishing and digital media design * Located in a city where the print, packaging, publishing design and advertising industries are booming * High quality specialist facilities, with group and individual tutoring to support personal development.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements Students should normally have a good portfolio, plus one of the following: * Successful completion of an Art and Design Foundation Course * National Diploma merit profile in a relevant subject * 240 points, to include two GCE/VCE A Levels with grade C in one art and design subject Applications from mature students (21+) with alternative qualifications and/or work experience are welcomed.
  • Academic Title
    BA Graphic Design
  • Course description
    BA Graphic Design

    Programme

    In Year One, students explore their skills through projects which apply principles, concepts, tools and techniques in graphic communication. The emphasis is on creativity, visualisation skills, graphic literacy and problem solving.

    In year two, students begin to develop individual pathways within graphic design. Negotiated projects alongside specialist options develop personal creative, academic and practical skills.

    In year three students work on a series of personal projects to build their portfolio, as well as acquiring professional skills to help fast-track their career. Students also undertake commercial design briefs and participate in award schemes including D&AD, ISRD and the RSA Student Design Awards.

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