The programme is designed to equip students with a systematic understanding and knowledge informed by the forefront of visual communication theory and practice. It seeks to develop an expanded practice in and enhanced awareness of the broad remit and social/economic/public role of visual communication.
The MA Visual Communication programme from Technological University Dublin, run by the Dublin School of Creative Arts at DIT, offers a unique opportunity for focussed study in an interdisciplinary environment that mixes studio practice with intellectual and historical inquiry.
The programme is one of five delivered through the Creative Arts Masters Platform. Students on the MA Visual Communications programme will join those on the other studio-based programmes in Interior Design, Product Design, and Fine Art, and those on the Contemporary Visual Culture programme, where students study the theory and criticism of contemporary visual culture or the history of art and design.
The Platform allows specialisation within a dynamic mix of practical and critical disciplines, placing particular emphasis upon practice engaged with critical and historical debate.
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Key areas of practice on the MA include:
- editorial design;
- visual identity;
- public awareness campaigns;
- social design;
- digital technology narrative and space; and web and screen-based design.
- 24 months
Start dates & application deadlines
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DisciplinesVisual Arts Digital Communication View 476 other Masters in Visual Arts in United Kingdom
- Up to Date Passport
- Grading Scale
- Degree / Date of Completion (Both Original Language & Translated)
- Transcripts for each year of study (Both Original Language & Translated)
- Proof of English Proficiency / Date of Exam
- Up to Date Resume
- Statement of Purpose (Some helpful tips for writing a personal statement/SOP to support your application for this course are listed below)
- We suggest you include some or all of the following points:
- Your statement should be approximately 500 words
- Your reasons for choosing the course
- What interests you about your chosen subject
- Any job, work experience, placement or voluntary work you have done, particularly if it is relevant to your subject. You may want to include the skills and experience you have gained from these activities
- What evidence you have to show that you can complete a higher education course that is taught in English.
- Please say if some of your studies have been assessed in English.
International3350 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 3350 EUR per year during 24 months.
EU/EEA3350 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 3350 EUR per year during 24 months.
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Apply and win up to €10000 to cover your tuition fees.
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