54.04.01 Graphic design

Students of this instruction area receive theoretical knowledge and acquire practical skills in developing conceptual, experimental and innovative ideas; in drafting design projects by means of computer imaging and 3D modeling, premastering and prototyping; in creating original, technologically sound, and patentable designs.
Level of education:
Master’s degree
Form of training:
Full-time (daytime)
Venue of training:
Entrance exams:
— Creativity exam
Programs, specializations:
Graphic Design
The program will attract those students who are interested in:
- the object world, the living environment, or information and visual space design
- creating complexes encompassing the object environment and visual information to meet people’s aesthetic needs
- cultural phenomena, processes and relationships
- interiors of buildings and structure
- copyright design, industrial design, graphic design, various culture-related and household products and consumer goods

Students receive theoretical and practical training in the methods and techniques of design technologies and project work; development of conceptual, experimental and innovative ideas; pre-project research in the fields of design, technology, culture and art; planning of experimental work in forming technology in consonance with contemporary trends in decorative arts and design; drafting of spatial models using computer imaging, 3D modeling, premastering and prototyping; creating original, technologically sound, and patentable designs.

Students of the program have a unique opportunity to master modern software, to combine competences in art and technology, and to acquire practical skills that can be used in a range of activities from advertising and design to industry.
Alumni can be employed as
  • 3D designer
  • graphic designer in various fields
  • independent creative worker (sculptor, artist, painter)
Program subjects
  • Space planning history and methodology
  • Information technology
  • Academic drawing
  • Academic painting
  • Space planning
  • Computer technology in design
  • Sketching of industrial products
  • Creative typography and calligraphy
  • Graphic design
  • Criticism and expert assessment in design
  • Contemporary design issues
  • Materials and technologies in design
  • Advertising design
  • PR techniques
Graduating department:
Computer Design Department