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Digital Media emphasizes on the important abilities of obtaining knowledge in humanities art, thus the course will allow you to discover design solutions incorporating creativity and IT sense.
This course has been designed to develop aesthetic senses and skills. You will explore from traditional painting techniques, art history to installation art, and eventually advance into developing individual ideas toward original masterpieces.
This course offers not only the fundamentals but also the history and contemporary practices of graphic design, giving you typography, advertising, photography, drawing, multimedia, and the latest computer graphic studies.
Our Illustration course has been developed in close connection with industry experts, covering a balanced education of classical art skills with contemporary idea development and new media.
Apply self-management techniques, independent study and explore within the context of ambiguity, uncertainty and unfamiliarity.
Understand the role of design and the designer within a professional context.
Undergraduates will be exposed to the various demands of conceptualizing ideas, creating and executing advertising campaigns, building their portfolio as well as a final year dissertation to examine advertising or design issues.
This programme provides our students with hands-on experience with design, through the understanding of material, design process, techniques and the application of digital softwares.
This programme encompasses a range of subjects with a commitment to professional practice, creativity and employability.
The course offers the study of fine art as an educational process which provides opportunities for the students to develop creative skills and visual language to probe reality and express through the tangibility of form.
The Industrial Design course begins with a grounding in design fundamentals, and later focuses on the study of aesthetics, functions, use of materials and manufacturing processes.