The Master in Design and Visual Culture sees design and visual culture in a comprehensive and multidisciplinary perspective, where our students do work in several areas such as visual communication, graphic design, illustration, digital interfaces, motion design, photography, typography, editorial design and animation.
The Master's course focuses on a creative, contemporary and multidisciplinary project activity, with an intense practical load accompanied by reflection and critical analysis, thus encouraging "know-how" and the "know how to think ".
During the Masters we intend to prepare our students for the production of their portfolio, self-promotion and career management.
We promote contact with the business reality either through seminars and thematic workshops with leaders and reference professionals or through immersion activities in the Factory.
Access to Labs (3D Lab, Photo Lab, UX Lab, Digital Lab, Print Lab, Media Lab, among others) for the development and materialization of ideas and projects.
The Factory integrates the Project Unit, the Technical Labs and the Observatory.
It is also a platform for the dissemination of ideas, projects and creative challenges where you participate as an IADE student.
In this unit, where value and knowledge are produced, there is a clear bet on the relationship between students, teachers, laboratories and civil society.
The Factory's projects are defined essentially in three lines of action: parallel fabrication (development of extracurricular projects); curricular fabrication (projects within the school context and in collaboration with civil society partners) and future fabrication (applied research to the development of projects designed and created from scratch).
The Master aims to train professionals for current and future visual communication:
The Masters in Design and Visual Culture will also be prepared to embark on a teaching or university research career.
Candidates interested in joining IADE can apply throughout the year. The application process is limited by existing vacancies and the suitability of the candidate's profile to the study cycle of interest.
To start the admission process, the candidate must follow these 3 steps.