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FULL-TIME COURSE
DURATION:
 
2 Years
FEE: £6,165 per year
APPLICATION: See below
UCAS CODE: 022W
COURSE CODE: AADF1HGDXA


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MINIMUM ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:
A Foundation Diploma in Art & Design, BTEC or National Diploma in an Art & Design related subject, or alternatively, an A Level in Art & Design with grade 4 (C) or above will be considered. Applicants are expected to have a portfolio at interview.


PROGRAMME OVERVIEW
This course will provide you with the critical, analytical powers and design skills to adapt and respond to the fast-changing world of communication. The course is designed to enable you to develop as a Graphic Designer with a skillset which enables you to work within a digital environment. 

The dynamics of the group will encourage you to acquire a range of transferable skills, enabling you to operate autonomously or as part of a team. We deliver projects that explore conceptual ideas and encourage the development of craft both physically and digitally.

You have the use of a wide range of facilities at the College in combination with digital apparatus. On completion of the course, you will be able to seek employment as a Digital Designer with a portfolio that will reflect the diverse graphic design that you learn throughout the course.
 

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE
Modules cover a range of projects that are based on traditional Graphic Design skills and applying them to the digital environment.

Modules include:

Design and Creative Thinking for Interactivity // Motion Graphic Design // Typographic Studies // Design for Branding // Print Design

ASSESSMENT
Continuous assessment (formative and summative) - project based.

WHERE DOES IT LEAD?
Employment in the graphic design industry or onward progression to Degree Top-up courses at other institutions. 

Prior students have gained Full-time employment directly from the HND course in both graphic design and packaging companies dealing with print and digital media. Graphic designers have also gained work as freelance designers. As part of the course, students are exposed to ‘live’ outside briefs and have the opportunity to enter student awards (RSA, D&AD and Penguin).

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Address: East Surrey College, Gatton Point, London Road, Redhill, Surrey RH1 2JX

Main Switchboard: 01737 772611 / Client Services: 01737 788444 / Email: clientservices@esc.ac.uk

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