Good degree in a relevant area; good portfolio of work
Months of entry
The programme is practice-led and process-oriented in relation to definitions of broad design practices. The programme provides methods for the interrogation of visual and textual research, positing questions relating to the role of the designer in society, and fundamental questions regarding personal and social responsibility.
The programme aims to: 1) Encourage students to identify and explore key contextual issues. 2) Develop students awareness and knowledge base in communication design philosophy, theory, practice and research. 3) Enable communication design graduates to critically evaluate their work and that of peers.
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Fees and funding
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Brian Cairns
- + 44 (0)1413534500