Aimed at the beginner with limited or no knowledge of graphic design, this introductory course combines theoretical and practical content within a professional, commercial perspective

Explore all aspects of graphic design being provided by our trainers and set yourself up for a career in fields such as art direction, advertising, branding and identity, design for screen and interactive design, editorial design, illustration, motion graphics or publishing.

On this 6 weeks course you’ll learn about graphic design in a way that reflects current industry practice. Gain the professional, creative and technical skills you’ll need to work successfully within the global design profession. Our graphic design course is known for producing industry-ready interdisciplinary graduates.

By the end of the course you’ll have developed a professional portfolio tailored to your own career aspirations and be ready to launch your career.

Key features

  • Study a broad range of disciplines including branding, editorial design, graphic design, illustration, interactive design, information design, motion graphics and typography.
  • Learn in a creative studio environment, using industry-standard equipment and software.
  • Develop your professional skills through self-initiated work experience placements, industry competitions, collaborations with organisations and guest lectures.
  • Opportunity to apply for work internship with different graphic design jobs in and around Nottingham
  • Develop a professional portfolio tailored to your own career aspirations.
  • Showcase your work at the end of the course
  • Our graphic design degree has an excellent reputation for producing industry-ready, interdisciplinary graduates.

If you are interested in doing this course, please click here and fill in the form provided.

Photography and Video

Whether you are interested in creating still images (photography) or moving images (videos) you will need to learn a mix of creative and technical skills. Photography courses include composing and taking photographs and digital or darkroom techniques to manipulate images. Video courses can include directing and camera work, sound and lighting as well as post-production techniques, such as editing, colouring and visual effects. Alternatively, on film studies courses you can study the history and social impact of cinema.

 Key Features.

  • Courses in this field are diverse and they will allow you to focus your interest in a number of specialisms. From visual arts such as animation, how to record, to sound recording and audio effects,
  • You’ll get practical training specialisms such as Photography for portraiture, do a small video.
  • You will get the theoretical approach, combining work, theory and analysis exploring historical and sociocultural influences across different disciplines of video and photography.

If you are interested in doing this course, please click here and fill in the form provided.