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Diploma (Graduação) in Graphic Design

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Diploma (Graduação) in Graphic Design

  • Modalidad de impartición
    El Diploma en Diseño Gráfico dictado por IED São Paulo se imparte en forma presencial.
  • Número de horas
    La duración del programa es de tres años.
  • Titulación oficial
    IED otorga a los egresados el Diploma en Diseño Gráfico.
  • Valoración del programa
    Durante el programa, los estudiantes contarán con un equipo multidisciplinario de profesores, constituido por profesionales expertos y destacados en sus campos; ellos son quienes ayudarán a comprender el diseño gráfico como una expresión y un canal de comunicación de importancia en la actualidad. Verán metodologías de investigación, realizarán actividades que reforzarán su práctica en el área, desarrollarán un sentido creativo y atento a las tendencias , así como experimentarán todas las fases de un proceso industrial.
  • Dirigido a
    Los contenidos son ideales para personas que desean formarse a nivel profesional en diseño gráfico: emprendedores, programadores, comunicadores, diseñadores, profesionales del mundo web o digital entre otros.
  • Empleabilidad
    Los egresados podrán emplearse en varios sectores como diseñadores gráficos: imprenta, comunicación gráfica o audiovisual, realización de diseños digitales o web, edición fotográfica, edición de vídeo, y postproducción, entre otros.

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  • Contenido
    Graphic Design. Major in Graphic Design.

    Three years courses - São Paulo.

    Credits: 180
    Start date: August 2017
    Duration: 3 years
    Attendance: full-time
    Language: Portuguese

    The course of Graphic Design aims to form a designer of visual communication. This professional role foresees the ability to create communication tools, and to create the language and images which are capable of effectively transmitting the message and the value they are striving for.

    Professional Profile: Graphic Artist, Visual Communications Manager, Multimedia Designer.



    IED São Paulo’s Undergraduate Programme in Graphic Design is intended to have students reflect on the contemporary graphic culture, which is characterized by its dynamic features. The School prepares its students for the development of relevant projects that emphasize the power of communication and visual synthesis.

    With a multidisciplinary team of professors comprised of outstanding professionals in their fields, the course stimulates creativity and practical development, as well as research and close attention to the trends in the field. For instance, the students experience all phases of an industrial process and have access to new tools and technologies, such as the Motion Graphics.

    IED São Paulo’s students develop Design projects that are actual meeting points of economic, technical, technological, cultural, and aesthetic-functional fields. Technical visits to companies, constant contact with renowned Graphic Designers, and the use of current themes in works performed to elaborate a solid portfolio add up to their formation.

    The Professional.

    Undergraduates of Graphic Design by IED São Paulo are prepared to work in different areas of Design, in small and large-size companies, as well as to open their own businesses or start initiatives in the service or governmental areas. They are qualified to develop graphic designs for newspapers, books, and magazines, as well as information pieces like pamphlets and folders, product packaging, posters, signs and signage systems, graphic concepts for exhibitions and events, and corporate visual identity. They are also prepared to perform roles as graphic producers and coordinators.

    These professionals can work in different phases of the publishing and graphic process. Although they are challenged to find balance between contents and form, the Graphic Designer is not a mere intermediate between these two aspects. These professionals add contents or at least intensify them, making use of the technological tools available - illustrations, photographs, typography, etc.

    The Graphic Designer, just like other Design professionals, is a trend-watcher of habits and consumption. As they interact with several fields, such as photography, production of texts, and consumer’s psychology, these professionals must be broad and complete.

    Fields of Study.

    Culture: Modern Art, History of Cinema, History of Printing, Sociology of Communication, Semiotic Studies, Contemporary Visual Communication.
    Techniques and Technology: Visual Language, Illustration Techniques, Typography, Photography, Computer Graphics (Photoshop, Illustrator, Flash, InDesign, Dreamweaver, AfterEffects), Polygraphic Technology, and Marketing.
    Projects: Laboratory of Trends, Editorial Project, Graphic Project, Interface Design, Interdisciplinary Projects.


    As a school with an international vocation, the Istituto Europeo di Design welcomes students with different nationalities and cultures to all its campuses. Some 2,000 foreign students – primarily from the Far East, Central and South America and Europe – enrol in its courses every year. To date, the IED has trained students from about 100 different countries.

    Today, the IED is a constantly expanding international network that issues first-level academic diplomas and organises three-year courses, Masters courses, continuous professional development and advanced training courses.

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