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The Foundation in Arts programme at IUMW acts as a prerequisite for students who intend to pursue their degree within the fields of arts, humanities, business, law, media, social sciences, and information technology.
This course has been designed to develop aesthetic senses and skills. You will explore from traditional painting techniques, art history to installation art, and eventually advance into developing individual ideas toward original masterpieces.
This course offers not only the fundamentals but also the history and contemporary practices of graphic design, giving you typography, advertising, photography, drawing, multimedia, and the latest computer graphic studies.
Public relations practitioners work on developing beneficial relationships with clients, media, government, consumers and other stakeholders.
This course takes you beyond the traditional advertising major, as the curriculum incorporates business, marketing and management perspectives into advertising.
Undergraduates will be exposed to the various demands of conceptualizing ideas, creating and executing advertising campaigns, building their portfolio as well as a final year dissertation to examine advertising or design issues.
With this programme, our aim is to produce students who are well-equipped with the creative and technical skills in audiovisual production and transmedia applications across multiple platforms.
Students graduate industry-ready, able to make a positive impact on any organisation, as soon as they begin their chosen career.
Our professional communication students will gain ample exposure`to real-world practices with real world practitioners within the field.
Our program seeks to address the new demands of managing the social media element in advertising. Through our programme, students will be able to obtain cutting-edge industry standard's knowledge and practices.
This program emphasizes the quality of content and story-telling elements in the process of media production.
This programme will take you through a broader spectrum of modules such as advertising, public relations, journalism, desktop –publishing, films studies, photography, media design broadcasting and many more.
This course provides students with in-depth knowledge on communication skills and public relations through industrial-based curriculum design.