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Graphic Communication Design Programme

Learn more about the Graphics & Communication Design Programme at Central Saint Martins with Programme Leader Rebecca Wright

The Graphic Communication Design programme consists of the following courses:

BA (Hons) Graphic Communication Design

This course equips you to become a versatile graphic communication design practitioner in a wide range of media and contexts, from paper to screen, from digital environments to public spaces.

College: Central Saint Martins
Level: Undergraduate

MA Graphic Communication Design

As the ‘carrier signal of the 21st century’, graphic communication design touches every sphere of human life, impacting profoundly on culture, technology, social justice, economics, the built environment, globalisation, policy, sustainability and much more.

College: Central Saint Martins
Level: Postgraduate

GCD Transmissions Podcast

How are leading graphic communication design practitioners thinking and working in this new unsettled climate? What are the implications for educators and students of graphic communication in this expanded field?

GCD Transmissions is a podcast created and produced by the Graphic Communication Design department at Central Saint Martins. Hosted by design writer and BA Graphic Design Course Leader,  Dr. Peter Hall, Transmissions seeks to answer these questions and more through a series of interviews with exciting designers from around the world. Transmissions releases a new episode every two weeks, listen to those available below.

Graphic Communication Design Programme news

Show Two: Ingūna Ziemele

With Degree Show season behind us, we reflect on our graduating student’s final projects and the inspirations behind them. “Some know me as Ingūna Ziemele, many as Inga. I am […]

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Take Five: Dina Bukva

With Degree Show season now over, we continue to take a look back at our students’ final projects and the inspirations behind them. MA Graphic Communication Design student Dina Bukva’s […]

Normal to Dissent.

2018 marks the centenary of the Representation of the People Act 1918, which extended voting rights to women who met certain, limited criteria, but left 60% of the female population […]

Workshop Wunderkammer

Showcasing the boldness and breadth of our technical teams with a cabinet of curiosities, Workshop Wunderkammer features the work of 28 technicians across the College and brings together a diverse […]


I Don’t Know Her Name, But I Know Her Work

Museum & Study Collection curator Sarah Campbell introduces I Don’t Know Her Name, But I Know Her Work, a display that questions the lack of representation of women in graphic […]