BA (Hons) Graphic Design
The BA (Hons) Graphic Design programme embraces the most recent innovations, advancements, and alterations that the creative sectors have gone through. With assistance from professionals and support from cutting-edge facilities, you'll be pushed to find your unique creative voice. You'll have access to dark rooms, workshops with technical backing, photographic studios, a sizable art and design library, and much more. The first year of your studies will include project work to assist you in developing your communication skills. To do this, you'll need to solve several problems in branding, typography, magazine design, editorial design, advertising, art direction, and many other areas. Working with briefs that resemble the workplace will immediately provide you with practical experience.
The Universities providing BA (Hons) Graphic Design courses in the UK are:
- University of Sunderland
- Middlesex University London
- Kingston University
- Camberwell College of Arts
- Manchester Metropolitan University
- University of East London
- London Metropolitan University
- University of Brighton
- University of Portsmouth
- University of the West of England
- Open College of the Arts
All applications will be evaluated by universities based on merit; successful candidates must show that they are qualified for and committed to the programme of study they have chosen. All applicants must produce their prior creative and production work documentation, typically displayed as a portfolio. Students are, as much as feasible, invited to come in for an interview and will be given a chance to tour the facilities and interact with the right staff and students. In the absence of prior qualifications, candidates with relevant experience will be evaluated based on their ability to demonstrate their commitment and the calibre of their portfolio. Other qualification requirements will be based on the university you choose to apply to.