Acquiring a degree is a lofty endeavor for many students, but summer courses can make the experience a bit easier. These courses take place outside of the normal year’s semester or trimester schedule. Instead, scholars complete course work during the traditional summer vacation period.
What is a summer course in digital design? These classes generally follow the standard curriculum for the students’ degree program but simply take place in the summer months. Digital design curriculums usually focus on two important elements: drawing physical media and completing projects. Scholars will complete portfolio-ready work for fashion, children’s books, publishing, etc. Depending on the program, students may work with computer software that is also used in the professional workplace.
Taking summer courses serves to lighten the workload during the traditional semester, because scholars can afford to sign up for fewer hours. Conversely, students can get ahead and graduate in shorter periods of time. Older students are often freer in the summer and may find these courses more accessible.
The cost of the summer course will vary depending on the institution, type of instruction and overall length of the course. Longer and in-person classes typically require more monetary investment, while online classes can be more cost-effective.
After taking summer courses in digital design, you’ll be well on your way to completing your degree. Graduates can find work in a wealth of market and design niches, particularly in advertising, graphic design, art directing, web developing and multimedia artistry, which are in high demand. Advertising institutions hire degree holders as marketing managers, commercial designers and public relations specialists. Scholars can make a career within agencies and firms or branch out into a more freelance trajectory.
Many institutions offer a full gambit of online digital design courses both domestically and internationally. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
The summer school “3D design and Digital fabrication” was launched in 2014. It is based on a wide experience the teaching staff has acquired from previous international educational programs development and practice. [+]
The summer school “3D design and Digital fabrication” was launched in 2014. It is based on a wide experience the teaching staff has acquired from previous international educational programs development and practice.
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 center. Studying in Saint-Petersburg is a great experience which will contribute significantly to the student’s future success.
The cultural program includes:Boat city tour for students to get acquainted with the beauty of the city Excursion to the Hermitage, one of the world’s largest and oldest museums of fine art. Visit to the “Baltika” Brewery where students can learn about the construction and logistic peculiarities of the plant. Picnic at the seashore of the Gulf of Finland where students can enjoy Russian style barbecue Excursion to Pushkin, former tzar summer residence, famous for its palace and park ensemble. Students will visit one of the most beautiful palaces — Palace of Russian Empress Catherine the Great. The peak of this excursion will be a visit to the Amber Room reconstructed in 2003 (Optional, for extra price). [-]
The summer course Architecture of Soundscape Berlin is inspired by Berlin’s rich and stimulating urban milieu. It provides aesthetic and technical appreciation of urban soundscape and aims to teach highly effective design tools, techniques and processes. [+]
The course is made up of three parts and aims at interdisciplinary experiences of design principles like balance, tension, contrast, proportion, variation and so on. [+]
Hosted in the fully-equipped laboratory of the 3D Lab of the TU Berlin, this four-week course offers introduction to working with professional 3D printing technologies such as laser sintering with polyamide and powder printing with mineral powder (modified gypsum). [+]