Hong Kong Design Institute

Introduction

About Us

Committed to providing quality education to cultivate knowledge, professionalism and new talents for the evolving creative industries, Hong Kong Design Institute (HKDI) adopts a “Think and Do” approach through contemporary curriculum and active collaborations with industry. With many years of experience in design education, HKDI brings together the strengths of the Design departments to offer programmes spanning across Foundation Studies, Communication Design and Digital Media, Fashion and Image Design, and Product and Interior Design.

Following a philosophy of encouraging creativity in action, the state-of-the-art campus of HKDI was designed to provide an open and dynamic environment conducive to creative learning and innovative exploration. It blends an open outlook with teaching and learning spaces that encourage interaction, cross-fertilisation of ideas and responsiveness to the community and the wider world.

As a leading provider of design education in the region, the HKDI is committed to offering excellent learning opportunities to keep pace with the growing demand of the creative industries.

A Dynamic Learning Environment

The HKDI commenced the 2010/11 academic year in its award-winning new campus in Tiu Keng Leng. The campus is dedicated to providing the most dynamic learning environment for quality design education.

Creativity in Action

The HKDI’s comprehensive design programmes include activities to nurture your creative thinking and decision-making skills, cultural sensitivity and global perspective. The HKDI experience is based on a “think-and-do” approach that will allow you to develop your passion for design while imparting the skills and knowledge needed for success.

Quality Programmes and Student Support

Our curriculum is designed with input from industry leaders to ensure its relevance and responsiveness to industry developments. HKDI programmes are quality assured by the Hong Kong Council for the Accreditation of Academic and Vocational Qualifications.

Our students and alumni are provided with career development advisory and support services. Through articulation arrangements with renowned overseas universities, HKDI Higher Diploma graduates can pursue Top-up Degree courses locally and attain degree qualifications within one or two years.

A Valued Choice to Success

Design can offer you a rewarding and fulfilling career. We look forward to having you as a member of the HKDI family.

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Higher Diploma in Architectural Design

Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Hong Kong

This programme lays a foundation of both design philosophy and technical practicality for students who intend to pursue the architectural profession, providing the background training in visual communication, basic two and three dimensional designs, architectural theory and history, [+]

Programme Aims This programme lays a foundation of both design philosophy and technical practicality for students who intend to pursue the architectural profession, providing the background training in visual communication, basic two and three dimensional designs, architectural theory and history, and basic building methodology and construction technology for the students to practice or to continue with further study in architecture. It will equip students with the technical aptitude, professional knowledge and skills together with the necessary legal faculty, professional language, leadership qualities, interpersonal and other generic skills, initially at a para-professional level, via the blending of theoretical knowledge and practical application, to enable them to pursue careers in the profession of architecture. It also aims to cultivate a holistic approach to design education that encompasses both conceptual and professional concerns leading to graduates capable of independent decision-making. This programme is designed with an emphasis on generic, language and communication training, whole-person development and workplace experience to better prepare students for further studies and employment after graduation. Curriculum Semester 1: English and Communication : Workplace Interaction Whole Person Development : Self-efficacy Enhancement Information Technology Essentials - Design Cultural Studies Fundamentals Cultural Studies and Design Expanded Studies 1 : Local Field Trip History and Theory of Design 1 Principles of Building 1 Architectural Visualization 1 Architectural Design 1 Semester 2: English and Communication : Workplace Correspondence Vocational Chinese Communication : Putonghua Conversation and Reports Whole Person Development : Integrated Career Development Creative Thinking 1 : Hemisphere Thinking Creative Thinking 2: Strategic Thinking Expanded Studies : Study Trip A History and Theory of Design 2 Principles of Building 2 Architectural Visualization 2 Architectural Design 2 Semester 3: English and Communication : Reports Whole Person Development : Global Vision Whole Person Development : SMART in Action Aesthetics and Semiotics Expanded Studies : Study Trip B History and Theory of Design 3 Architectural Design Studio 3 Semester 4: English and Communication : Persuasive Presentation Vocational Chinese Communication : Putonghua Presentations and Promotional Text Writing Expanded Studies : Study Trip C History and Theory of Design 4 Principles of Building 3 Principles of Building 4 Architectural Visualization 3 Architectural Design Studio 4 Semester 5: English and Communication : Promotional Materials Expanded Studies: Cross-disciplinary Workshop Expanded Studies: Competition Studio History and Theory of Design 5 Principles of Building 5 Architectural Visualization 4 Graduation Project for Architectural Design Graduation Summer Semester: Professional Practice 1 Professional Practice 2 Industrial Attachment - Coaching Session Industrial Attachment Remark : Students have to complete the Common Elective Module in Semester 4. Career Prospects Architectural knowledge is the basis of extensive areas of creative industry. Even if the students prefer not to further study in architecture, the job prospect for graduates from this programme remains promising. Potentially interesting, challenging and rewarding positions include : architectural assistant, architectural draftsman, architectural visualizer, architectural renderer, project manager, project coordinator, contractor, interior draftsman, interior designer, furniture designer, exhibition designer, retail designer, window display designer, set designer, stage designer, game designer, curator for museum, exhibition or gallery, installation artist, painter, sculptor, etc. Articulation Graduates can apply for admission to the top-up degree programme, BA (Hons) Architecture* offered by overseas university in collaboration with the School for Higher and Professional Education (SHAPE). Details will be announced later. *Subject to the registration of the programme The above information is for reference only, and is subject to change in accordance with the announcement of relevant University/Institute. Professional Recognition Graduates with relevant Master's degree could sit for professional examinations for membership in professional organizations and be qualified as Registered Architects. [-]

Higher Diploma in Fashion Branding and Buying

Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Hong Kong

Hong Kong is an international fashion business centre. Many international fashion enterprises have regional offices in Hong Kong. Renowned international fashion brands have also been developing their markets in Hong Kong and China in recent years. [+]

Programme Aims Hong Kong is an international fashion business centre. Many international fashion enterprises have regional offices in Hong Kong. Renowned international fashion brands have also been developing their markets in Hong Kong and China in recent years. The Fashion Branding and Buying consists of a wide range of activities in the spectrum of the whole supply-demand pipeline, including brand promotion, communication, editorial, product development, sourcing, marketing, retail buying, retail operations , visual merchandising and display design, etc.. This programme is designed to enable students to work in the different areas of Fashion Branding and Buying. Emphasis will also be put on enriching students' international exposure. Students will find the programme both practical and creative, through different learning experiences such as lectures, tutorials, projects, visits, competitions and industrial attachments. Broad knowledge and skills in fashion branding and marketing, trend analysis, global business environment, design, materials and technology form the core components of the programme from which students can select one of the specific study scopes in (1) branding and communication, (2) product development and sourcing, (3) retail buying and management, or (4) visual merchandising. This programme is also designed with an emphasis on training of generic skill, language and communication, whole-person development and workplace experience to better prepare students for further studies and employment after graduation. Programme Stream Students may choose one of the following streams so as to enhance professional knowledge and skills in specific areas : Higher Diploma in Fashion Branding and Buying (Branding and Communication) Higher Diploma in Fashion Branding and Buying (Product Development and Sourcing) Higher Diploma in Fashion Branding and Buying (Buying and Retail Management) Higher Diploma in Fashion Branding and Buying (Visual Merchandising) The 1st semester is a common semester. Students will progress to the streams in the 2nd semester, subject to their choice, academic performance and availability of places in specific streams. Curriculum Semester 1 : English and Communication : Workplace Interaction Whole Person Development : Self-efficacy Information Technology Essential – Design Cultural Studies Fundamentals Design Vocabulary and Communication Expanded Studies Experiential Project for Fashion Branding and Buying Fashion Materials Fashion Trend Analysis Principles of Fashion Branding and Marketing Semester 2 : Common Modules : English and Communication : Workplace Correspondence Vocational Chinese Communication : Putonghau Conversation and Reports Whole Person Development : SMART in Action Whole Person Development : Integrated Career Development Creative Thinking 1 : Hemispheric Thinking Expanded Studies : Collaborative Community Project Fashion Design Fashion Technology Higher Diploma in Fashion Branding and Buying (Branding and Communication) : Fashion Advertising Fashion Consumer Behaviour Fashion Event Planning Higher Diploma in Fashion Branding and Buying (Retail Buying and Management) : Fashion Buying : Planning Fashion Evolution and Appreciation Introduction to Fashion Business Operations Higher Diploma in Fashion Branding and Buying (Product Development and Sourcing) : Fashion Merchandising Business Pattern Design and Development Pattern CAD Higher Diploma in Fashion Branding and Buying (Visual Merchandising) : Contemporary Fashion Visual Merchandising Drawing for Fashion Visual Merchandising Two-dimensional Studies Semester 3 : Common Modules : English and Communication : Reports Whole Person Development : Global Vision Creative Thinking 2 : Strategic Thinking Expanded Studies : Cultural Studies Trip (Fashion Business) Professional Practice : Profession Planning and Portfolio Management Higher Diploma in Fashion Branding and Buying (Branding and Communication) : Fashion Journalism Higher Diploma in Fashion Branding and Buying (Retail Buying and Management) : Fashion Retail Management Higher Diploma in Fashion Branding and Buying (Product Development and Sourcing) : Material Analysis Higher Diploma in Fashion Branding and Buying (Visual Merchandising) : Fashion Consumer Behaviour Semester 3 : Common Modules : English and Communication : Persuasive Presentations Vocational Chinese Communication : Putonghua Presentations and Promotional Text Writing Cultural Studies and Design CAD for Fashion Branding and Buying Expanded Studies : Master Class Final Integrated Project 1 : Proposal Higher Diploma in Fashion Branding and Buying (Branding and Communication) : Fashion Styling and Photography A Strategic Brand Management Higher Diploma in Fashion Branding and Buying (Retail Buying and Management) : Fashion Consumer Behaviour Fashion Buying : Styling, Merchandising and Sourcing Higher Diploma in Fashion Branding and Buying (Product Development and Sourcing) : Fashion Product Design and Development Quality Evaluation and Testing Higher Diploma in Fashion Branding and Buying (Visual Merchandising) : Fashion Styling and Photography A Visual Merchandising CAD Semester 5 : Common Modules : English and Communication : Promotional Materials Aesthetics and Semiotics Globalization and Fashion Business Environment Final Integrated Project 2 : Research and Development Higher Diploma in Fashion Branding and Buying (Branding and Communication) : Fashion Public Relations and Social Media Fashion Styling and Photography B Higher Diploma in Fashion Branding and Buying (Retail Buying and Management) : Fashion Business Development in China Fashion Entrepreneurship Retail Environment Studies Higher Diploma in Fashion Branding and Buying (Product Development and Sourcing) : Apparel Analysis Global Sourcing and Supply Chain Management Quality and Compliance Management Higher Diploma in Fashion Branding and Buying (Visual Merchandising) : Retail Environment Studies Spatial Design and Production Three-dimensional Studies Remark : Students have to complete the Enrichment Module in Semester 3 or 4. Career Prospects Graduates may be employed as fashion brand executives, fashion brand marketers, fashion editors, product developers, fashion merchandisers, fashion buyers, fashion retail executives, and fashion visual merchandisers, etc. Articulation Graduates can apply for admission to top-up degree programmes offered by the following universities in collaboration with the School for Higher and Professional Education (SHAPE) : The Nottingham Trent University, United Kingdom : BA (Hons) International Fashion Business (for graduates of all streams) [Not applicable to Mainland students] London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London, United Kingdom : BA(Hons) Fashion: Styling and Photography (for graduates of Branding and Communication Stream only) [Not applicable to Mainland students] The above information is for reference only, and is subject to change in accordance with the announcement of relevant University/Institute. Professional Recognition The Higher Diploma in Fashion Branding offered by HKDI is highly recognised by the industry. [-]

Higher Diploma in Product, Interior and Exhibition Design (Subject Group)

Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Hong Kong

The Department of Product and Interior Design runs a one-semester three-dimensional broad-based curricula common to all first year Higher Diploma students studying in Product Design, Interior Design and Exhibition Design. [+]

Programme Aims The Department of Product and Interior Design runs a one-semester three-dimensional broad-based curricula common to all first year Higher Diploma students studying in Product Design, Interior Design and Exhibition Design. The programme is aimed primarily at students who have completed their secondary school education and expect to take up specialist 3-dimensional design studies. It is designed to reflect the context of basic design and creative knowledge and skills which serve as an introduction to and preparation for, the year one students' next four semesters' study in their respective professional design programmes / streams. The three-dimensional broad-based common curriculum design provides a holistic experience to the year one students and a sound foundation for enabling students to confirm their study programmes/streams within the Department of Product and Interior Design. Programme Stream Students will choose one of the following specialised programmes so as to enhance professional knowledge and skills in specific areas: Higher Diploma in Exhibition Design (HKDI) Higher Diploma in Interior Design (HKDI) Higher Diploma in Product Design The 1st semester is a common semester. Students will progress to the professional programmes in the 2nd semester, subject to their choice, academic performance and availability of places in specific programmes/streams. Curriculum The 1st semester Higher Diploma in Product, Interior and Exhibition Design (Subject Group) common Foundation Studies Curriculum: English and Communication : Workplace Interaction Whole Person Development : Self-efficacy Enhancement Information Technology Essentials - Design Cultural Studies Fundamentals Creative Thinking 1 : Hemisphere Thinking Three Dimensional Design Studies Structure, Material and Form Creative Thinking 2 : Strategic Thinking Design Drawing and Visualization Computer Aided Design Fundamentals Design Vocabulary and Communication Remark : Students have to complete the Common Elective Module in Semester 3 or 4. Articulation Higher Diploma in Exhibition Design: Graduates can apply for admission to the top-up degree programmes offered by University of Lincoln, United Kingdom in collaboration with the School for Higher and Professional Education (SHAPE) : BA (Hons) in Interior Design [Not applicable to Mainland students] The above information is for reference only, and is subject to change in accordance with the announcement of relevant University/Institute. Higher Diploma in Interior Design: Graduates can apply for admission to the top-up degree programme offered by Birmingham City University, United Kingdom in collaboration with the School for Higher and Professional Education (SHAPE) : BA (Hons) in Interior Design [Not applicable to Mainland students] The above information is for reference only, and is subject to change in accordance with the announcement of relevant University/Institute. Higher Diploma in Product Design: Graduates can apply for admission to the top-up degree programmes offered by Birmingham City University, United Kingdom in collaboration with the School for Higher and Professional Education (SHAPE): BA (Hons) in Product Design [Not applicable to Mainland students] Graduates can also apply for admission to top-up degree programmes offered by Technological and Higher Education Institute of Hong Kong (THEi): BA(Hons) in Products Design The above information is for reference only, and is subject to change in accordance with the announcement of relevant University/Institute. [-]

Higher Diploma in Visual Arts and Culture

Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Hong Kong

This interdisciplinary programme offers all-rounded immersion in contemporary visual arts media and engages students actively with the cultural industries at large. Through collaboration and innovation with the arts sector, the programme creates a lively environment where interdisciplinary arts projects flourish. [+]

Programme Aims This interdisciplinary programme offers all-rounded immersion in contemporary visual arts media and engages students actively with the cultural industries at large. Through collaboration and innovation with the arts sector, the programme creates a lively environment where interdisciplinary arts projects flourish. Graduates are also nurtured to become professional arts practitioners. From the conceptual to the practical, the two-year programme provides a dynamic and vibrant environment that inspires students to experiment with ideas and develop their own artistic language so as to encourage originalities in art creation. Graduates are cultivated to steer and support their art concepts based on theoretical insights, practical skills and understanding of culture. With faculty mentoring, such concepts can be developed as professional fine art works as well as basis for entrepreneurial ideas. Integration with the arts community is promoted through collaborative work with visiting fellows or artists-in-residence, museum or gallery visits, exhibitions and internships. Such synergy not only enhances their passion for creative engagement, but also enriches their practical know-how. The latitude of experience deepens their understanding in the fields of visual arts, culture, curatorial projects and arts management. This programme is also designed with an emphasis on generic, language and communication training, whole-person development and workplace experience to better prepare students for further studies and employment after graduation. Programme Highlights Visual Arts Practice and Making Painting New Genre Media Art History and Theories of Visual Arts Community Project and Cultural Management Curriculum Semester 1: English and Communication : Workplace Interaction Whole Person Development : Self-efficacy Enhancement Information Technology Essentials - Media Cultural Studies Fundamentals Design Vocabulary and Communication History of Visual Arts 2D Visual Expression : Image Making Photography and Video Making Workshop Practice : Computer Aided Imaging Semester 2: English and Communication : Workplace Correspondence Vocational Chinese Communication : Putonghua Conversation and Reports Whole Person Development : SMART in Action Whole Person Development : Integrated Career Development Creative Thinking 1: Hemispheric Thinking Professional Practice : Planning and Porfolio Management for Visual Arts and Culture 2D Visual Expression : Image Development Workshop Practice : 3D and Extended Media Studio Practice : Installation Visual Arts Appreciation and Analysis Semester 3: English and Communication : Reports Whole Person Development : Global Vision Creative Thinking 2 : Strategic Thinking Expanded Studies : Cultural Study Trip / Exchange Programme Expanded Studies : Event / Community Workshop for Visual Arts and Culture Studio Practice : Media Literacy Based Audio-Visual Expanded Studies : Inter-Disciplinary Project for Visual Arts and Culture Semester 4: English and Communication : Persuasive Presentations Vocational Chinese Communication : Putonghua Presentations and Promotional Text Writing Cultural Studies and Design Expanded Studies : Master Class for Visual Arts and Culture Chinese Visual Arts and Culture Appreciation Sustainability in Visual Arts Professional Practice : Marketing and Promotion in Visual Arts and Cultural Project Studio Practice : Interactive Media Design Introduction to Arts and Cultural Management Semester 5: English Communication : Promotional Materials Aesthetics and Semiotics Graduation Project for Visual Arts and Culture Expanded Studies : Competition / Commission-Based Project Expanded Studies : Applied Research Project Studio Practice : Introduction to Art Criticism Modules Across Semesters : Industrial Attachment Remark : Students have to complete the Common Elective Module in Semester 3 or 4. Career Prospects The HD in Visual Arts and Culture is developing professionals in response to the rapid growing need of manpower in visual arts related fields in Hong Kong and Asia. Apart from professional artists, graduates will have full potential to take up other career opportunities. These include graphic designers, illustrators, photographers, exhibition designer, visual merchandisers etc. They can also be art administrators at the assistanct level in art centres, gallery or cultural organisation to run cultural programmes or art exhibitions. The graduates are capable to be future entrepreneurs who can turn concepts into art entrepreneurial ideas or they can be curators, critics, educators, cultural programme administrators in the future. Articulation Graduates are eligible to apply for admission to top-up degree programme offered by The Birmingham City University, United Kingdom in collaboration with the School for Higher and Professional Education (SHAPE) : BA (Hons) Visual Communication (Graphic Communication)[Not applicable to Mainland students] BA (Hons) Visual Communication (Illustration) [Not applicable to Mainland students] BA (Hons) Visual Communication (Photography) [Not applicable to Mainland students] BA (Hons) Visual Communication (Moving Image)** [Not applicable to Mainland students] ** The programme title will be changed to BA (Hons) Visual Communication (Flim and Animation) in AY2015/16 subject to HKCAAVQ approval Graduates can also apply for admission to the following local degree programmes : Hong Kong Baptist University : BA (Hons) in Visual Arts The Hong Kong Institute of Education : BA (Hons) in Creative Arts and Culture Upon admission to relevant degree programmes, graduates can apply for credit exemption. The level of exemption will be considered on individual basis. The above information is for reference only, and is subject to change in accordance with the announcement of relevant University/Institute. [-]

Higher Diploma in Visual Communication

Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Hong Kong

This programme aims to develop students' ability to communicate creatively by using creative visual and digital media. The focus of the programme is to equip students with visual communication skills on analytical thinking, visual expression and problem solving, message interpretation, [+]

Programme Aims This programme aims to develop students' ability to communicate creatively by using creative visual and digital media. The focus of the programme is to equip students with visual communication skills on analytical thinking, visual expression and problem solving, message interpretation, manipulation and communication through a wide range of graphic design media including branding and marketing, persuasive strategy, information, interactive design and visual manipulation. We aim at nurturing self-motivated problem-solvers who are observant, curious, passionate and dare to explore new frontiers in visual communication. The programme also provides a broad educational experience with creativity, project management, interpersonal communication and team-building skills which matches industry demands for flexible, articulate graduates who are able to compete in a dynamic, fast paced and ever changing regional creative environment. This programme is designed with an emphasis on generic, language and communicaiton training, whole-person development and workplace experience to better prepare students for further studies and employment after graduation. Programme Stream Students may choose one of the following streams so as to enhance professional knowledge and skills in specific areas : Higher Diploma in Visual Communication Higher Diploma in Visual Communication (Brand Design) Higher Diploma in Visual Communication (Information Design) Higher Diploma in Visual Communication (Photography) The 1st semester is a common semester. Students will progress to the streams in the 2nd semester, subject to their choice, academic performance and availability of places in specific streams. Curriculum Semester 1 : English and Communication : Workplace Interaction Whole Person Development : Self-efficacy Enhancement Information Technology Essential - Design Cultural Studies Fundamentals Design Vocabulary and Communication Expanded Studies : Visual Expression Drawing and Visualization Introduction to Photography Introduction to Typography Digital Visualization Semester 2: Common Modules : English and Communication : Workplace Correspondence Vocational Chinese Communication : Putonghua Conversation and Reports Whole Person Development : SMART in Action Whole Person Development : Integrated Career Development Creative Thinking 1 : Hemispheric Thinking Professional Practice: Profession Planning and Portfolio Management Expanded Studies : Community Visualization Workshop Higher Diploma in Visual Communication : Experimental Book Design Narrative Illustration Experimental Typography User Centred Design and Usability Higher Diploma in Visual Communication (Brand Design) : Introduction to Brand Design Narrative Illustration Experimental Typography User Centred Design and Usability Higher Diploma in Visual Communication (Information Design) : Information Design Basics Narrative Illustration Experimental Typography User Centred Design and Usability Higher Diploma in Visual Communication (Photography) : Principles of Photography Processes Studio Photography Digital Photography Workflow User Centred Design and Usability Semester 3: Common Modules : English and Communication : Reports Whole Person Development : Global Vision Creative Thinking 2 : Strategic Thinking Expanded Studies : Cultural Study Trip Higher Diploma in Visual Communication : Marketing and Consumer Behaviour Introduction to Brand Design Packaging Design Higher Diploma in Visual Communication (Brand Design) : Marketing and Consumer Behaviour Publication Design Packaging Design Higher Diploma in Visual Communication (Information Design) : Marketing and Consumer Behaviour Introduction to Brand Design Event Promotion Design Higher Diploma in Visual Communication (Photography) : Documentary Photography Hybrid Media Time Based Imaging Semester 4: Common Modules : English and Communication : Persuasive Presentations Vocational Chinese Communication : Putonghua Presentations and Promotional Text Writing Cultural Studies and Design Expanded Studies : Cultural Research and Analysis Higher Diploma in Visual Communication : Motion Graphic Studio Production Design : Script comes to Life User Experience Design 3D Visualization Higher Diploma in Visual Communication (Brand Design) : Motion Graphic Studio Brand Promotion Strategy Emotional Brand Experience Brand Management Higher Diploma in Visual Communication (Information Design) : 3D Visualization Information Design Studies Wayfinding Design Higher Diploma in Visual Communication (Photography) : Issues in Contemporary Photography Fine Art Photography Intermediate Portfolio Semester 5: Common Modules : English and Communication : Promotional Materials Aesthetics and Semiotics Graduation Project Professional Practice : Business Context For Visual Communication Expanded Studies : Strategic Design and Opportunity Digital Portfolio and Self Promotion Modules Across Semesters : Industrial Attachment Remark : Students have to complete the Common Elective Module in Semester 3 or 4. Career Prospects Graduates will be recruited as graphic designer, information designer, brand consultant, web / interactive designer, event / promotion art director, packaging designer, book designer, illustrator, photographer, photo-editor, in areas as diverse as graphic house, design consultant, branding, advertising, magazine and publication media, book design, multimedia and animation, packaging, digital marketing, event and exhibitions, illustration, environmental and spatial graphic, museum display, art / event promotion, advertising photography, journalism, and image direction. Graduates frequently work as individual design practitioners and design entrepreneurs setting up their own studios. Articulation Graduates can apply for admission to top-up degree programmes offered by Birmingham City University, United Kingdom in collaboration with the School for Higher and Professional Education (SHAPE) : BA (Hons) Visual Communication (Graphic Communication) [Not applicable to Mainland students] BA (Hons) Visual Communication (Illustration) (for graduates of Visual Communication Stream) [Not applicable to Mainland students] The above information is for reference only, and is subject to change in accordance with the announcement of relevant University/Institute. Professional Recognition Students are eligible to apply for student membership of the Hong Kong Designers Association (HKDA). [-]

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Hong Kong, HK