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Basic Course of Graphic Design

Tuition fee €8,800.00 per year

Enrollment Fee €3,000 (per year)
Tuition Fee €5,800 (per year)

Overview

The definition of Italian Graphic Design is specifically equal to the transformation of media, which affects how we create messages, how we transmit them, and understanding the changing landscape of design where media and culture intersect. Throughout the two years of major concentration, problems are combined with exploratory and experimental studies in drawing, color, photography, typography, and emerging technologies.

Opportunities for additional study in fine arts, illustration, photography, animation, and emerging technologies are made available as well. Designers work across several media and venues-from handmade images to digital images, still images to time-based communications in cyberspace.

The Web Design program provides students with the technical skills necessary to develop a compelling web site, including HTML, design, image maps, and dynamic web pages. Students learn to incorporate multimedia effects using animations, splash screens, sound, video, 3-D images, and streaming technology to enhance interactions into various web-based applications.

The curriculum is supplemented by special lecture programs; workshops with invited designers; and on-site studio seminars in selected design offices and studios, paper and printing plants, and with computer graphic producers.

With successful completion of the program, students are prepared for entry-level positions as graphic designers or Web Designer with design studios, publishers, corporations, network, or advertising agencies. Students may choose their focus from either Graphic Design or Web Design.

Programme structure

Course Schedule

Basic Course (2 years) Jan.11, 2016 – Apr.28, 2017 Sep.5, 2016 – Apr.27, 2018 Jan.16, 2017 – Apr.27, 2018 Sep.4, 2017 – Apr 26, 2019

Language: Italian only

Apply now! Fall 2018
This is a rolling intake - applications are accepted all year round.
Studies commence
Sep 2, 2018

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States