Search Bachelor Programs in Art Studies in Switzerland
Earning a bachelor's degree is achieved by completing the necessary course of study offered by the college or university you enroll in. Completing this study may take three to seven years depending on where you seek your degree.
Bachelor's Degree in Art Studies in Switzerland
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The SDS® BACHELOR PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY is a European diploma from the INSHED. The training allows to be professionally operational by the beginning of your career and enjoy good employability, beyond even your country
The SDS® BACHELOR PROFESSIONAL ART MARKET is a European diploma from the INSHED. The training allows to be professionally operational by the beginning of your career and enjoy good employability, beyond even your country
The Bachelor DEES Visuel Graphisme is a 3-year training preparing for the main professions of Visual Communication: Graphics. This graphic and digital program offers a complete range combining creativity, expertise and professionalism. Following the obtaining of the DEES Visual, the holder masters the techniques of the graphic creation or those of the illustration. He is trained in creative principles, particularly those applied to the fields of advertising graphics or illustration and comics. This professional is asked to propose graphic solutions, to design various illustrations and finally to develop visual communication supports. The graduate DEES Visuel will have acquired the professionalism and the versatility necessary to translate the idea rigorously by forms, colors as well as by the image. The work of the graphic designer consists, among other things, in creating and proposing various visual identification applications (such as logos, signposts, generics, etc.), communication media (posters, leaflets, press advertisements, etc.), product presentations. (covers of books, packaging, etc.) in forms granted to the aesthetic evolutions of the moment. As for that of the illustrator, it resides in the written press, books (caricatures, comics, children's press, more specialized books, etc.), websites and video games.