BA(Hons) Graphic Design

Why choose this course?

This course is concerned with exploring the concepts, strategy and aesthetics of graphic design in theory, practice and application. It provides a challenging, stimulating environment that encourages diversity, individuality and problem-solving. The broad focus will provide you with the flexibility required by an ever-widening industry. Whether you choose to remain broadly based or decide to specialise, you will develop a highly individual portfolio to reflect your career aspirations.

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What will you study?

The course is taught primarily through increasingly complex studio projects, with contextual studies providing a critical framework, and collaborative or interdisciplinary team projects contributing additional breadth. Professional practice modules in Years 2 and 3 will equip you with the skills you need for a successful career in design.

Nicer Tuesdays: Zelda Malan on Art School

Nicer Tuesdays is It's Nice That's monthly talks series bringing together four speakers to explore a particular theme. Zelda Malan - senior lecturer on graphic design at Kingston University treats us to an inspirational talk on how graphic design takes many forms, and how utterly valuable ideas are in art eduction.

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Cathy Gale

Senior Lecturer BA (Hons) Graphic Design


Zelda Malan

Senior Lecturer


Mike Bond

Senior Lecturer


Rachel Davies



Paul Jenkins

Senior Lecturer Photography

David Rees Davies

Senior Lecturer