Bachelor of Design in Visual Communication University of Technology Sydney - UTS

3.67 out of 5 from 3 reviews
Bachelor Degree
3.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

With a Bachelor of Design in Visual Communication, you’ll learn how to
create visual experiences that evoke information, ideas and stories.
This course spans traditional and emerging design practices,
equipping you with the capacity to make work across digital, physical
and analogue media. You’ll engage with the social, technological and
ecological context of design practice, and become fluent in visual
languages that encompasses typography, motion and interaction, and

Immerse yourself in a practice-oriented, studio-based culture with
a strong theoretical foundation, studying a range of interdisciplinary
subjects that’ll prepare you for collaborative and team-based work
in your future career. You’ll also have the chance to work closely with
industry: we offer real-world project and internship-like experiences
with leading design agencies and organisations such as Tricky Jigsaw,
Google Creative Lab, City of Sydney and Westpac.

Exploring both traditional and experimental research methods you’ll
learn to produce conceptually rigorous and socially responsive work.
The result? You’ll graduate with the capacity to work across and
between disciplines, to articulate design practices and processes, and
to use design thinking to solve complex interdisciplinary problems.

Specialise in publication, graphic design, interactive media, web,
motion graphics or exhibition design, or work in digital media,
branding, art direction,...

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Average ratings for Bachelor of Design in Visual Communication University of Technology Sydney - UTS based on 3 reviews
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July 2018
Year completed 2020

Positives: I highly recommend this course due to its well structured curriculum. The course itself is very hands on and it allows you to engage with the creative and design process when working as a graphic designer or visual merchandiser. The course is heavily project based which means no exams!! Early on in the course they ...

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July 2018
Year completed 2013

Positives: This course is VERY specific and for people that already have a lot of skill in art and design. The course is an amazing opportunity to create and create and create. Most students leave with enough quality assignments to fill two portfolios. The course is quite broad in the first two years - you do a lot of photogr...

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May 2018
Year completed 2018

Positives: The course is very autonomous so students are really able to tailor their degree to be more inline with their interests and their intended career path. The course seems to be highly regarded in the industry and seems to be highly sought after by employees. The course gives a good combination of traditional and digi...

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