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Graphic Design will introduce you to a creative and inspiring world. It is an exciting industry that covers a wide spectrum of practices such as advertising, illustration, magazine design, logos, branding and animation. If you are interested in a creative and commercial career, this could be the course for you. You’ll develop traditional skills such as drawing, painting, printmaking and 3D work and combine them with photography, film and computer aided drawing to create innovative and exciting work.
You should normally have achieved at least five GCSEs at grade 9-4. Alternatively, if you have studied at Level 2, you should have achieved a merit or above. Vocational courses are an ideal qualification for you if you prefer coursework.
A grade 5 in a creative or technical GCSE subject.
At HSDC Alton on the Graphic Design Introductory Diploma you will study:
Lessons activities are wide ranging and stimulating from theory based to practical exploration. You will learn and develop a variety of techniques within drawing, illustration, typography, laser cutting, print making, collage, textiles and photography. You will develop your own ideas by researching into other artists and be encouraged to examine the commercial world around you. You will be given the freedom to work through, explore and experiment with a wide range of traditional and digital techniques and processes, using the latest Adobe Creative Cloud suite.
100% coursework assessed and may include portfolio work – there are no exams.
Purchase of Graphic Design consumables : £10 per project (approximately).
Optional trips from £20 each.
My experience at the college has been decent, I’ve met lots of people, its been great to be honest, I’ve really enjoyed it.Oliver Smith, A Level student
My courses were all especially interesting, I thoroughly enjoyed all of them. All of my lecturers were extremely knowledgeable and I have learnt a lot from them.Lottie Warren, A Level student
You’re here to learn and you want to learn, and the lecturers make it fun. You don’t have to come to college but you want to come to college.Natalie Thorpe, A Level student