Bachelor of Design (Communication Design) University of South Australia - UniSA

5.0 out of 5 from 1 review
Bachelor Degree
3.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

Communication design involves creating identities, messages, ideas and images that inform, motivate and educate across a range of sectors, from the educational, arts and cultural to commercial and entertainment.

This degree has been the starting point for many of the country’s leading communication designers, and it will prepare you for a vibrant career in the creative visual communications industry. Taught by established academics and designers, you will graduate with an industry-relevant qualification.

A focus on practical learning integrated with design thinking means you will gain the skills and knowledge needed to design stimulating, effective visual communications, and the confidence to create across a range of communication platforms and contexts.

communications designer: specialised graphic designer that uses software applications to create visual design elements for publishers, web developers and...

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Additional Information

You will benefit from our strong industry links and relationships with the design profession locally, nationally and internationally. Throughout yo...

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April 2018
Year completed 2019

Positives: No matter how much you might not want hear it, the teachers are honest. Which helped me learn and grow.

Negatives: Really just small things like printers being a pain. Some of the other students in my course. It’s a struggle to find good and interesting friends.

My advice to future students is: Stay organised...

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