BA Graphic Information Design

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  • Objectives
    This wide-ranging course embraces students with diverse and varying skills, interests and aspirations in design and graphic information. As a student you will be invited to take part and make your personal interpretation and contribution to the ideas and themes explored within the course programme.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry Requirements Applicants will need to have the required academic qualifications, together with the required level of English language competency. In addition, some postgraduate courses may require work experience.
  • Academic title
    BA Graphic Information Design
  • Course description
    BA Graphic Information Design


    Year One

    During the first year of the course you are introduced to a range of conceptual and theoretical discussions and debates about design and the communication of information. Through projects you develop your skills in problem solving, and visual processes. You have the opportunity to develop your work through a range of media, examine, experiment and seek innovative solutions to contemporary issues.

    Year Two

    The project work at this level encourages you to engage in the integration and presentation of ideas and information using a variety of media. The theory components support you in developing an understanding of the social and political contexts for design and its place within visual culture. Increasingly the project work will reflect your own concerns, personal interests and aspirations within design, allied to the application of these to the needs of end-users.

    Year Three
    At this level you will be able to consolidate your knowledge and skills, and have the opportunity to explore in greater depth the higher challenges of synthesis and innovation. The major project enables you to focus on individual interests within the area of information design, in relation to the needs of an identified media audience.  You have the opportunity of taking a work placement as part of professional practice and participating in external competitions and exhibitions.

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