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View all Bachelor Programs in Web Design in Europe 2017
Graphic designers want to communicate. They want to give shape to information in words and images, and tell a story to a specific audience through various media. They design identity and interact with users. [+]
Are you dreaming about a future career within web and multimedia technology? Do you already have an AP Degree in Computer Science or Multimedia Design & Communication? [+]
Are you dreaming about a future career within web and multimedia technology?
Do you already have an AP Degree in Computer Science or Multimedia Design & Communication?
Then the Bachelor Degree programme in Web Development is just what you’re looking for.
A top-up programme
The Web Development programme is a 1.5 year top-up programme designed for AP Degree programmes students of Computer Science and Multimedia Design & Communication, and it provides you with the competencies to work in the design and construction of all kinds of web apps.
You will learn to work across media, applications and platforms, and you will gain knowledge of analysis and the use of various systems such as XML and CMS.... [-]
The Studio Art/ Art History major provides students with the opportunity to develop their artistic and creative abilities while gaining a global perspective on the arts. A critical approach to art in its social, historical, and cultural context complements students’ own creative work and process. Students learn to describe, analyze, and interpret the form and content of works of art, while examining the significant movements of Western art as well as the secular and sacred art of Asia, Africa, and the Americas. At the same time, students acquire an array of techniques for their own artistic self-expression, ranging from two and three-dimensional design, to computer graphics and web design, photography, painting, and sculpture. Classes are small and involve close work with our professors, and students benefit from a wealth of opportunities to view historic and contemporary art in a Budapest, a major European art center. [+]