Your specialisation takes you through the specialised skills you’ll need to succeed in your specific pathway: the computer software, the lingo, the industry regulations and how to intersect with your field’s communities. This area is continually and rapidly evolving . That means learning needs to be fluid, adaptable and highly relevant. Your chosen specialisation is designed to align to a diploma with one of our educational partners, meaning if you choose to study it as an accredited course you'll receive a qualification at the end of 18 months.
Graphic Design is for the problem solver who’s an artist at heart. It is for those who believe you should judge a book by its cover and who choose their cereal based on how cool the box looks. Graphic design allows you to push your creative limits and explore the world's problems through design thinking and artistic skills.
Digital Media & UX
Digital Media & UX is for the closet psychologist who needs a creative outlet. It requires someone willing to practice empathy and not only place themselves solidly in the mind of the consumer, but also translate that experience into a digital solution. If you want to make something beautiful while also developing the coded process behind the beauty, then this may be the pathway for you.
Content Writing is for the natural wordsmith looking for a story to tell. It’s for the empath, the sharer of knowledge and opinions, the pun-lover, the witty communicator, the purveyor of colourful descriptions. It requires a willingness to play the mediator between a brand and the audience, the ability to translate complex ideas simply and the tools to communicate in a way that puts the audience top of mind.
Film & Photography
Film & Photography is for the storyteller obsessed with capturing unique perspectives. It is for those who know the power of subtle details and who are willing to experiment to push the limits of visual communication. Beyond this, it requires a willingness to become a little consumed with the form itself — whether as a film buff, TV addict, or photoblog lurker.
Interior Design is for the space curator who sees the whole picture. It requires a willingness to walk around in the shoes of others and work to solve real human problems in a physical and experiential way. It is for the detail-oriented, the big picture thinker, the placemaker and the emotionally intelligent. Most importantly, Interior Design is about understanding and manipulating the feeling, emotion and purpose of a space.