Si Soe, Representation of Information, Level 5.



BA (hons) Graphic Communication Design 
University of Westminster

The course aims to encourage creativity, individuality and personal growth through the study of graphic communication design within a stimulating, secure and well-managed learning environment.
We place emphasis on the application of our skills to develop ideas and present information in ways that are engaging, meaningful, useful and worthwhile. The range of work on show represents the range and scope of the course, and the diverse range of interests of the students.


Provide students with a sound design methodology and appropriate range of creative, intellectual and technical skills which are sustainable and transferable within a dynamic professional life.

Enable students to identify, redefine and resolve communication design problems through highly developed critical and reflective judgement.

Enable students to identify emerging opportunities, and gain a range of transferrable skills that allow them to respond to change
Encourage student self-awareness and confidence in their interaction within their discipline and with the world of work.

Provide students with knowledge and critical understanding of the historical, theoretical, and cultural contexts of their discipline.

image: Marta Roncero Olmeda

Teona Teodorescu, Final Major Project, Level 6.