Our Diploma in Graphic and Multimedia Design aims to provide graduates with a broad-based education that’s industry oriented. The programme also helps develop advanced skills while encouraging entrepreneurship as well as driving creativity and innovation among our students.
A deeper knowledge of visual expression and communication in art and design are also key factors in the creative industries. These qualities go a long way in ensuring employability in various local and international organisations.
- Advertising designer
- Art director
- Game artist
- Graphic designer
- Social media designer
- Visual effect designer
- Web & multimedia designer
- Pass a Portfolio review by the University (see more below)
- Any other equivalent qualifications
- Applicant with no standard qualification will be considered on a case-to-case basis
English Language Requirements
- IELTS or equivalent 5.0
Why is a Portfolio Necessary?
A portfolio provides some indication of your ability in design and allows us to assess your creative potential.
What should a Portfolio contain?
A portfolio should contain 5 - 15 examples of your own original creative work. Its purpose is to demonstrate how you express your concepts through media. Any form of media is acceptable. Photographs, drawings and 3-D work will be accepted as digital photographs. For media work, links to streaming sites such as Vimeo, YouTube or SoundCloud are acceptable. Otherwise, Video files must be H.264 QuickTime file. Games or other applications must be playable on both Macintosh and Windows operating systems.