Art, Design and Architecture

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Arts, Design and Architecture is a group of disciplines that allows students to use creativity, design principles, theories, methods and tools to create a more beautiful and functional world.

People who work in Arts, Design and Architecture develop projects, plans, designs and concepts for everything from buildings, monuments, clothing and devices to intuitive graphical interfaces and user-friendly websites. They are also creators of fabulous art, including paintings, music, plays, dance and many other wonderful expressions of beauty and imagination. Some of the main disciplines within arts, design and architecture are art history, graphic design, landscape architecture, music, visual arts, etc.

If you choose to focus on architecture, you will learn everything there is to know about how to create the perfect design for a new building or even an entire city. Courses will focus on the fundamental elements of architecture, safety and materials, environmental impact, as well as lighting, textures and how to create the perfect contrast between materials and colours. It’s not an easy job, as it also involves principles of physics and mathematics, but designing someone’s dream home or a cityscape is a very rewarding job. Studying Graphic Design will focus on teaching you how to use images, text and colors to communicate messages efficiently.

To this end, classes will present basic principles, elements and rules of design. If you choose music, you will study music theory, instruments, perfect harmonies, and numerous musical styles. You will work with other talented musicians, just like yourself. After graduation, you’ll be an expert at playing at least one instrument. A bachelor’s or master’s degree in arts, design and architecture opens up many career opportunities. In addition to the subfields we’ve already mentioned, you can specialize in fashion design, film, photography and media, theatre and dance, user experience design and others.