- To explore deep into the current concept of design with a cross-sector, multidiscipline approach.
- To teach students the fundamentals of design by studying the main iconographic references and styles.
- To equip students with the methodologies, techniques, physical elements and digital software that make up the visual communication toolbox.
- To explore the various professional options that graphic design and visual communication offer from an eminently practical and project-based perspective.
- To enhance the student’s profile with management skills linked to planning and organising design processes and teams.
The masters is structured as a theory and practice programme that revolves around carrying out a series of projects. The subjects in the syllabus are divided into 4 sections:
- Know-how and research
- Techniques and development
- Applications and management
- Ideas and solutions
At the end of the course, depending on each student’s profile and prior experience, career options may include:
Working in multimedia: TV channels, newspapers, magazines.
Working as an information designer in multidisciplinary projects.
Working for advertising agencies and press offices.
Working for design studios.
Working in information design departments in official institutions and organisations, agencies and companies.
Developing infographics, information boards, wayfinding, instruction manuals, etc.
Graduates in different disciplines and professionals looking to steer their career towards graphic design and visual communication development and management.
Start: 24th September 2020
Duration: 9 months
Timetable: Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 6.30 p.m to 10.40 p.m