54.03.01 Graphic design

Students of this instruction area receive knowledge and skills in designing visual identity styles, logos, visual communication tools, Internet and web-design or other similar projects, and in the graphic design of product packaging and advertising.

It is a new and promising area of training which permits students to acquire the necessary knowledge and skills to become successful professionals both in the domestic and foreign markets.
Level of education:
Bachelor’s degree
Form of training:
Full-time (daytime)
Venue of training:
Entrance exams:
— Mathematics (major)
— Social studies/History
— Creativity exam
Programs, specializations:
Graphic Design
Students receive theoretical and practical training in:
- spatial planning of objects and architectural environments (including for units of machinery and equipment, transport vehicles, interiors, printing, and consumer goods)
- creative execution of graphic design, environmental design, industrial design, and artwork design
- teaching of art disciplines (modules)
Alumni can be employed as
  • graphic designer
  • staff member of a company’s or institution’s design department
  • member of a design studio
  • advertising agency designer
  • publishing company designer
  • IT company designer
  • independent designer
Program subjects
  • Visual communications design
  • Fundamentals of computer-aided design
  • Graphic design techniques
  • Typography
  • Ornaments and fonts
  • Creative culture development
  • Industrial design
  • Academic drawing
  • Academic painting
  • Composition
  • Academic sculpture and plastic modeling
Graduating department:
Computer Design Department