In recognition of the synergy between graphic design and the entertainment industry, we are pleased to announce that the Academy of Design’s Graphic Design & Interactive Media program will now be offered under the banner of Toronto Film School.
Dr. Rick Davey, President of RCC Institute of Technology, said: “This repositioning offers unique opportunities for collaboration between film students, actors, writers and video game developers. Bringing these programs together at TFS creates rich learning opportunities through interdisciplinary collaboration that can’t take place in the same way at another school.”
At the Toronto Film School, students will have the opportunity for collaboration across disciplines, thereby experiencing a true industry environment and developing a diversified portfolio.
For more information about the program at Toronto Film School, click below:
Intake: January, July and October each year
Program Length: 12 months
With the digital world continually redefining the way the physical world interacts, the field of digital media design is growing. Highly skilled and adaptive graphic design and interactive media graduates are well positioned for many creative and exciting career opportunities.
The Graphic Design & Interactive Media diploma at Academy of Design is an intensive program, which blends hands-on creative and technical skills training.
This training is key to prepare graduates for work as:
Students will learn the core elements of graphic design and visual brand building and design exciting projects, from start to finish, for a variety of media sources.
Specific courses explore every area of graphic design and interactive media including:
Students will also benefit from the support and mentorship of faculty who are successful and connected working professionals in the field.
After completing the Graphic Design & Interactive Media Diploma program, graduates will be able to: