Multimedia Design

Course Overview

The Multimedia Design course at Raffles will equip you with skills through comprehensive 2D, 3D, print, video, and web design courses. As businesses around the world adopt more digital media strategies, they will begin to rely more heavily on web design. Advanced diploma courses in Multimedia Design will equip you with the right skills. You can also choose to refine your media content-making techniques with a Multimedia Design bachelor’s degree programme.

Your modules will help you build a substantial Multimedia Design portfolio that features skills employers look out for - including web design. Master's degree students at Raffles undergo independent research to find out how to use interactive media design to benefit society.

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Why Study multimedia Design @Raffles

award winning

Award-Winning Multimedia Designers

Our Multimedia Design students participated in global and regional competitions such as: Crowbar Awards, Hollywood International Student Film Festival, and Animania Animation Competition.
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International Veteran Lecturers

With years of industry experience, our lecturers will impart valuable skills relevant to the multimedia industry. They will also provide insights and networking opportunities.
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Fast-track Intensive Curriculum

Advanced diplomas in two years. Intensive one-year programmes are available for both bachelor’s degrees and master’s degree courses.
*Duration varies for certain courses and campuses. Please enquire for more detailed information.
 

Master of Design

Certification Postgraduate Degree
Duration 1 to 1.5 years
Awarded by Raffles College Pte Ltd, Sydney
(trading as Raffles College of Design and Commerce)
Intake January, July (Singapore)
February, July (Sydney)
Available in Australia, Sydney (Raffles College of Design and Commerce)
  Singapore (Raffles Design Institute)
Entry Requirement
 

Areas of Study

  • Life Drawing
  • Animation Principles
  • Design and Culture
  • User Interaction Design
  • Academic Research & Communication Skills
  • Web Development
  • Creativity and Problem Solving
  • 3D Techniques
  • Digital Photography
  • Interactive Media Design
  • Digital Illustration
  • Experimental Video
  • Image Processing
  • Portfolio & Presentation
  • Colour for Designers
  • New Media & Interactive Environments
  • Typography
  • Graphic Design & Multimedia Studio
  • Design Principles
  • Design & Marketing
  • Screenplay & Storyboarding
  • Project Management
  • Identity System
  • Design & Subculture
  • Video & Audio Techniques
  • Internship*
  • * Students who have completed an internship relevant to Multimedia Design at the advanced diploma level may be exempted from this internship.

Career Opportunities

  • Animator
  • Art Director
  • Games Developer
  • Video Installation Artist
  • Graphic Designer
  • Digital Media Artist
  • Motion Graphics Artist
  • Creative Director
  • Multimedia Designer/Programmer
  • Video/Film Production Artist
  • Web Designer/Developer
  • Magazine/Publishing Designer

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