Graphic Design (Bachelor’s level) emphasises practical skills and using artistic techniques. The studies have been designed to help you develop five professional skills (graphics designer, multimedia computer graphics designer, DTP operator, photographer, and illustrator).
The programme will enable you to learn and develop your competencies and skills useful in all kinds of arts- and design-related professions. In addition to that, the programme prepares every graduate for advanced work in design, advertisement, graphics, computer-generated graphics, DTP, illustration and photography.
If, for example, you aspire to being a computer graphics designer, then Graphic Design at the European Faculty of Art of Vistula University is certainly for you!
Internships and open-air painting workshops are an integral part of studying Graphic Design, designed to help you apply theoretical knowledge in practice. The Bachelor’s programme includes three months of internships and two weeks of openair painting and drawing workshops.
At Vistula University, practical applications of taught material come first. The curriculum is where this is made manifest, and so 70% of the classes are practical. This means that we focus on teaching useful skills, which enable students to use artistic techniques in a deliberate, conscious way.