English Plus Digital Graphic Design (Summer)
Learn English and study Digital Graphic Design topics. Explore ideas across forms including digital illustration, typography and animation.
Hours per week
- 15 hours of General English at the Language Centre.
- 15 hours of digital graphic design at Chelsea College of Arts.
Why choose this programme?
This course is an introduction to creating and presenting work in digital formats and an exploration of the range of digital design practice in the UK.
You will look at the role and influence of computers on design study and practice as well as visit a gallery or exhibition.
This course will include:
- Researching a brief
- Translating work in different media to a digital format
- Exploring ideas across forms, including digital illustration, typography and animation
- Selecting and using appropriate software
- Using the web to showcase and promote your work.
Basic familiarity with a computer is assumed, but no specific software experience is required.
What is included?
- 15 hours of General English tuition per week
- 15 hours of digital graphic design tuition per week
- Regular tutorials and reviews
- Free Wi-Fi access across all UAL sites
- Independent study facilities
- Certificate of attendance from the Language Centre and Chelsea College of Arts.
How many students in a class?
For English language classes, the average number of students in a class is 12 students and the maximum is 15.
For Digital Graphic Design classes, the average number is 12 students, and the maximum is 16.
What is the minimum age?
Do I need to have experience in the subject I want to study?
No, this course is designed as an introduction to digital graphic design.
Level of English required?
Pre-intermediate or above.
For more information on English levels, see the Your Language Level page.
Dates and Fees
30 July 2018
Please contact us by emailing: email@example.com.
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