The MA Graphic Design course encourages designers to explore ways of developing understanding between co-communicators.
Recognising the individual and their aspirations, and celebrating ideas and risk-taking, our approach and experience of encouraging inter-disciplinary and collaborative activity lies with the provision of a meaningful journey for our students beyond the obvious.
If you are a graduate of Arts University Bournemouth, or hold a 2.1 from another university, you may be eligible for a discount towards MA study at AUB. More details can be found here.
MA Graphic Design represents an exciting opportunity for you to challenge and build on your previous achievements and to study at an advanced level. The course provides specific discipline-focused project work aimed at enabling you to take the right path towards your chosen career in industry or progress to further study at doctorate level.
You can download the full programme specification for MA Graphic Design here.
You can find out more about any course costs here.
The part time pathway is carried out over a period of 90 weeks – rather than 45 weeks as in the full time pathway.
What students are doing
Looking to be inspired? Browse our gallery of student work to find out more about the kinds of projects that our students get involved with.
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Staff on the course
Our teaching staff are experts in their specialist fields. You can find out more about their research interests and experience by exploring their profiles below.
Course Leader / Course Leader
Doctor of Philosophy (UAL), MA Graphic Design (UAL), BA(Hons) Graphic Design (LCP)
Phil became Senior Lecturer at AUB in 2003, although he has been a visiting lecturer since the mid 1980s. He is an experienced designer (25 years) who has produced design work for major national and international clients, such as Glaxo Welcome and Canon UK. This has involved working across many design disciplines including publishing, corporate design, exhibition design, branding and new media. Projects undertaken range from art editing a magazine produced for the British Airports...Full profile
Your Interview and Portfolio
As part of your application to this course, we’d like to see your portfolio. To find out more about what to include in your portfolio, you can download our portfolio guidelines here.
Studying at AUB
- Read more about learning and teaching at AUB and when you will receive your timetable here
- Find out about accommodation
- Read about managing your money as a student and find out more about any course costs
- Read our Admissions Policy
Our Careers and Employability Service is dedicated to supporting you in turning your creativity into a great career. You can read more about this here.