Setup Menus in Admin Panel

MASTER GRAPHIC DESIGN

VISUAL COMMUNICATION DEPARTMENT

MASTER GRAPHIC DESIGN

Duration: One year
Intake: November 2018
Course Language: Italian with simultaneous translation in English
Download course details (PDF).

Aim

The master in Graphic Design offers a higher level of training in the design of elements for visual communication. Through a didactic organized for projects transversely the disciplines of the editorial graphics, of the packaging, of the multimedia design, of the interactive and hypertext publishing, of the visual identity for companies and institutions.

Study Plan

PROGRAM OF STUDY

Graphic design

Advertising

Graphics for publishing

Photography

Packaging

Multimedia design

History of graphic arts

Video design

Web design

Thesis project

Teaching

Teaching activities are structured through lectures, tutorials, workshops, guided tours to museums and exhibitions, participation in competitions (individual and group). For each academic year ISD schedules a series of seminars, conferences and interactive workshops lead by ISD teachers and external Italian or foreign experts. The topics are usually on the borderline between the different departmental areas and they have been designed to achieve a tangible result.

Attendance

The attendance is full-time and mandatory.

Exams

To be admitted to each subject’s exams, students must attend at least 70% of lessons and do all the scheduled exercises.

Admission Requirements

University studies, post-diploma studies or significant work experience in the disciplinary area of communication.

Enrollment

Send by e-mail to interstudent@isdnapoli.it or by fax +39 081 19305621 with the enclosed Application Form completed, curriculum vitae, copy of University transcripts and degree, portfolio of 5-10 design projects and a photocopy of passport. Within 10 days after the receipt of the above documents, the student will be informed by e-mail about the outcome of application.

Application deadline

The enrollment must be sent to International Office at least 30 days before the beginning of the course. The programme has restricted entry. Enrollments are awarded depending on availability of places.