The impact of design solutions on people’s lives is constantly growing. Pursuing a design education today means acquiring the thinking capacity and necessary creative skills to shape the future, with human needs as the key driving force.


Whether it’s visual information, innovative objects for everyday use, or simply improving the way people move, behave and interact in public space, the aim of the Diploma in Design Communication Programme is to enable its students to make the salient difference in exploring and developing effective solutions to real‐world issues and needs. Its vision is to have its students’ creativity and originality make unexpected and meaningful connections between different professions, not just the classical disciplines of graphic design, advertising and illustration.


Whether it’s about engineering the next “fish” to address the issue of overfishing or creating a phone application for a growing population with depression, students in the Diploma in Design Communication Programme will be taught to think differently and to brave the world with their ideas and solutions to better living.


Given the programme’s unique blend of Asian and Western cultures and influences, you will be part of a dynamic learning community and collaborative environment, contributed by multi-disciplinary partnerships amongst programmes and faculties, and with the creative industries. Comprising studio practice, contextual studies and technical studies modules, your time spent on the programme will be a time to prepare yourself for a world that constantly demands creative ideas, initiative and collaborations.


The programme’s forward-thinking curriculum endeavours to train creative and unique designers, who are starting their professional careers in widely varying places and in an increasing number of corporate and social sectors.


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  • (Awarding University) LASALLE College of the Arts
  • (Local Institution) LASALLE College of the Arts
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