Graphic arts at NTU

Push creative boundaries and develop your voice as a visual communicator with our diverse range of postgraduate courses.

From branding to illustration and graphic design to animation, these courses are designed to cover all aspects of visual communication. You’ll focus on self-evaluation, and through a series of course-specific workshops you’ll identify personal areas for exploration and development, helping you to graduate with a portfolio of work that supports your personal interests and professional ambitions.

You’ll benefit from a highly diverse studio experience, and collaborate with creatives from around the world. Whether you’re for a career change or wanting to hone and develop your specialisms, our postgraduate courses will equip you with the necessary skills and knowledge to succeed in industry.

Why you should study Graphic Arts with us

  • All five courses are taught in the Waverley building – a beautifully restored, listed building with real design heritage, dating back from 1863.
  • Benefit from excellent links with industry and build vital connections before you even graduate. Recent high-profile quest speakers have included Sarah Cox, Executive Creative Director of Aardman – one of the UK’s most successful and well-loved animation studios.
  • 97% of our postgraduates are in work or further study within six months of finishing their degrees (DLHE survey 2016-17).

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