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    Graphic Design

    BACHELOR DEGREES (TOP UP YEAR)

    Duration: 1 YEAR

    Requirements: 120 Credits Completed
    English Level B2

    Timetable: 9h - 13h

    Classes: Maximum 16 students

    Language: English

    Applications: January to August

    Type Of Classes: In person

    Final Diploma: Graphic Design
    Solent University

    CANDIDATURA

    PRESENTATION

    This year is held at ETIC in partnership with Solent University, Southampton, United Kingdom. Upon completion of this academic year, the student obtains the academic degree BA (Hons) – Bachelor of Arts, a British higher education diploma at Level 6/180 credits.

    It is a year of study progression for the student who attends Communication Design & Multimedia/Higher Nationals course and also for other students whose equivalence can be granted. A certified competence in the English language is required.

    The course offers an effective combination of research, critical analysis, design and professional practice, and allows the improvement and knowledge of methodologies necessary for an international career.

    GUIDANCE FOR AN INTERNATIONAL CAREER 
    The student deepens knowledge and skills, both technical and creative, to obtain the necessary preparation for an international career and develop a successful activity in the Cinema and Television industry.

    GLOBAL VISIBILITY FOR YOUR PROJECTS 
    The student has support and guidance to submit their best work to international competitions, allowing greater visibility for their projects. Several 3rd year students. year were successful and, among the various awards received, the Design and Art Direction (D&AD) Awards stands out, one of the most renowned competitions in the creative industries.

    A CREATIVE ENVIRONMENT LINKED TO THE INDUSTRY 
    ETIC is also recognized for its creative environment and the proximity between students, teachers and staff. There is a close connection with the professional environment that results in partnerships with companies and institutions. Real briefings and creative challenges with professional positioning are part of the curricular projects. The school regularly promotes the possibility for students to participate in events and festivals where they practice, side by side, with the school team and sometimes with experienced professionals and mentors.

    REQUIREMENTS
    120 Credits Completed and B2 English Level.
    Students from other schools, whose equivalence can be granted, can also apply to this 3rd year.

    FINAL DIPLOMA
    Solent University – Graphic Design

    WHAT YOU'LL STUDY

    1 YEAR

    Requirements: 120 Credits Completed and B2 English Level
    Students from other schools whose equivalence can be granted can also enter and attend this 3rd year.
    Final Diploma: Solent University – Graphic Design

    VISUAL RESEARCH & PROPOSAL

    This unit leads directly into your Final Major Project, and in order to approach your project with confidence you need to identify a concise question or topic, and then ensure that you have researched in depth the area in which that question or topic lies.
    For the first part of this unit outcome, the Visual Research, you will undertake in depth research into an area or topic that you wish to focus on for your Final Major Project. The undertaking of secondary research, both visual and written into the chosen area and primary research, the exploration of visual communication methods and practices, including visual testing and experimentation will come together to inform your ideas for the Final Major Project unit.

    PROFESSIONAL CONTEXT

    This unit concentrates on exposing you to the professional aspects of visual communication. It is designed to include involvement in live projects and international competitions. It should be seen as an opportunity to work to professional standards and more industry-based deadlines. Evaluation and critical analysis of project briefs is an important part of the unit as are structuring, planning, timetabling, deadline management, budgeting and client relations.

    IDENTITY

    Identity Design is the cornerstone of all Graphic Design – in the sense that juxtaposition of image/typography attached to a project/subject will provide its audience with a unique visual connection through means of proximity, replication & distribution. In many ways Identity Design is Graphic Design and vice-versa. In this unit, you are asked to consider both the wider meaning of identification & how to make an individual response to the subject by selecting the type of project you prefer to identify.

    FINAL MAJOR PROJECT

    The Final Major Project provides an opportunity to pursue independent lines of enquiry over an extended time frame, so starting in the previous Visual Research & Proposal unit and then continuing in this unit. It is also the platform on which you can expand your visual communications skills and develop an appropriate graphic language for your selected subject and outcome. This project forms a major part of your exit portfolio, and should therefore provide a range of graphic design strategies to help display your knowledge and abilities. You will be expected to use this project as a mechanism to experiment, explore and develop an advanced visual language appropriate to your area of study, to further hone your ability to critically reflect on the outcomes of your experiments.

    PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE

    On your course you have acquired a great many skills, many of which will be directly linked to your practice whilst others will be of a transferable nature, those that could be applied to a wide range of creative occupations. And so on this module you will explore your chosen industry to research and analyse opportunities where these skills could be best used to secure a position, to begin a career in the creative sector.

    CERTIFICATIONS

    BACHELOR OF ARTS ( TOP UP YEAR / 1 YEAR)

    Bachelor Degree courses are certified by Solent University, which is governed by the FHEQ – Framework for Higher Education Qualifications – process in England, compatible with the European qualifications system.

    To find out more and visit the Solent University website here.

    TEACHERS

    ETIC Course Leader

    JOANA AREAL

    Module Leader

    ANA FREITAS

    Module Leader

    LISA MOURA

    Module Leader

    SARA ORSI

    Invited Tutor

    RICARDO MARTINS

    Invited Tutor

    JOSÉ ALBUQUERQUE

    Link Tutor

    CHRIS VENABLES

    EMPLOYABILITY

    CONNECTION WITH BRANDS, AGENCIES AND DESIGN STUDIOS

    ETIC is known for its creative environment, for its relationships with brands, agencies and design studios. The teachers of the course come from professional backgrounds and are active in the industry, which allows the student to create a network of contacts, access to real briefings and professional opportunities.

    Every year a collective exhibition of the final works is held, in partnership with municipal spaces around the city.

    EQUIPMENT

    ETIC has top technological resources that students have access to for curricular work and personal projects. You can make school your workspace, your studio, the place where you can create freely.

    APPLICATION

    REQUIREMENTS: 

    • 120 Credits Completed
    • B2 English Level Certificate proven by one of the following tests: DUOLINGO minimum 115 (95 in all components), IELTS minimum 6.0 (5.5 in all components) or TOEFL IBT 80 (20 in all components)
    • Letter of motivation with the reasons why you are applying.
    • Presentation of portfolio or showreel

    WHAT SHOULD I DO TO START MY APPLICATION? 
    > Fill out the form on the course page I’m interested in > “CANDIDATURA” button

    WHAT ARE THE NEXT STEPS? 
    You will receive a confirmation email with information about:
    > Schedule an interview
    > Visit to school (optional)

    We invite you to get to know the creative and family environment that exists at the School, through an accompanied visit to the studios, ateliers and training rooms. To schedule a visit, click here

    Applications from May to September.

    PAYMENT CONDITIONS

    There are several training financing programs in different banking institutions: Caixa Geral de DepósitosSantanderBanco CTTBPI, among others.

    GENERAL CONDITIONS

    The opening of each course/class/schedule is subject to a minimum number of registrations. Registration at the desired time is limited to the number of places available.
    Teaching is face-to-face and project based. The course program includes classes without a teacher to develop autonomous exercises and design practices. Autonomous or project work is important for the student’s progress in their learning. Teachers can request the development of work outside the established class hours. Classes may occasionally be scheduled outside of established times, for example to respond to projects that require this flexibility, to meet project-specific equipment needs, to respond to exercises carried out in a real context with partners, or for any other reason that supports the better achievement of the program.
    Specific technical classes and/or workshops can take place on Saturdays.
    The duration of each class may vary depending on its theoretical or practical nature.
    The class can be divided into groups for better learning and intensification of the development of projects and subjects.
    The curriculum and the list of course teachers may be changed for reasons of pedagogical suitability or for reasons of force majeure.

    For more information contact us.

    FAQ

    WHAT DO I GET FROM THIS ONE-YEAR DEGREE? 

    British education allows anyone to obtain a university degree with one year of study who has completed two years of training in a specific area or obtained a level 5 qualification (120 credits).
    Upon completion of this academic year (6th credits), students obtain the academic degree BA (Hons) – Bachelor of Arts, a British higher education diploma.

    WHAT IS A BACHELOR'S DEGREE?

    It is the equivalent of the 3rd year of a higher education course. During an academic year, knowledge is acquired and advanced skills are developed in a specific area. Upon completion of this 3rd year, the student obtains the Bachelor’s Degree, an internationally recognized diploma.

    WHO CAN TAKE A BACHELOR'S DEGREE? 

    Anyone who has obtained a Level 5/120 credits qualification in a training area relevant to the course they are applying for can apply. They can have different backgrounds such as Design, Cinema, Fashion, Animation, Visual Effects (VFX), Sound and Music.

    WHO DEFINE THE CURRICULAR PROGRAM AND WHO ISSUES THE DIPLOMA?

    The curricular program is defined by Solent University and classes take place at ETIC, in Lisbon, in a format in person. The B.A. Bachelor of Arts degree is awarded and issued by Solent University- Southampton.

    IS AN ENGLISH TEST NECESSARY?

    Yes, one of the following tests is required:
    – DUOLINGO minimum 115 (95 in all components)
    – ELTS minimum 6.0 (5.5 in all components)
    – TOEFL IBT 80 (20 in all components)

    ETIC, WHY?

    ETIC is a reference school in creative areas. Project-oriented, it combines technique, creativity, and personal and professional development. The connection with companies and institutions brings school projects closer to reality of the world of work.

    It has top technological resources, such as HD video and virtual reality studios, professional HD recording, sound studios, photography laboratories and studios, ateliers and computer labs.

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