DAAD scholarship available
WHERE?St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University (SPbSPU), one of the oldest and prestigious institutions of higher education in Saint-Petersburg, Russia. SPbSPU cooperates with universities, international educational organizations and companies from all over the world and have long and wide experience in providing educational programs in different areas. This year SPbSPU offers a Summer School “Graphic Design and Visual Communication” in the city inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
The Summer School “Graphic Design and Visual Communication” aims at gaining professional competences in the field of graphic design and computer visualization as well as development of creative thinking and non-standard approach application. The program is oriented on international students, whose major is Graphic Design, Art and Design, Information Technologies and Design. Summer program includes 4 courses: - Graphic Design and Visual Communication; - Sketching and 3D modeling; - Russian civilization and architecture; - Russian language. Upon successful program completion students will receive SPbSPU certificate.
The programme is carried out by very experienced, highly qualified professors. Interactive training methods, field trips and group case studies and discussions are used to activate students’ involvement. For the case studies student are offered the most beautiful and famous sites of Saint-Petersburg. Cultural program and leisure activities are integrated into the program. Students will have a great chance to explore St. Petersburg.University administration and Russian tutor students will make the stay of visiting students pleasant, comfortable and safe and will help them settle in and explore the metropolis of 5 million inhabitants.
We welcome students to come to a wonderful city of St. Petersburg. St. Petersburg is the cultural heart of Russia as well as a major trade gateway, financial and industrial centre. Studying in Saint-Petersburg is a great experience which will contribute significantly to the student’s future success.
Last updated January 5, 2016