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Studies

Interior Design

When faced with any task, the nature of the space we find ourselves in is crucial.

The interior design studies course covers both the theory and practice of planning and implementing interior organisation projects. Upon completing these studies, you will receive an official qualification enabling you to be hired by institutions, companies and private clients. The work associated is diverse, from lighting a living room or creating a fair stall, to decorating a window display or planning the interior of an entire museum.

We aim to familiarise students with lighting, atmosphere, construction materials, and technological building equipment, encouraging teamwork as well as autonomy throughout the learning process.

1o
Subjects
Duration
Credits

Science applied to design

year 4

Materials

year 6

Interior Technology I

year 8

Design basics

year 10

Basic colour

year 4

Artistic drawing

year 6

Graphic systems

year 6

Digital technology

year 4

Shape and volume

year 6

The history and theory of art, architecture and design

year 6
TOTAL 60
2o
Subjects
Duration
Credits

Construction I

term 5

Construction II

term 5

Electrical and communications installations

term 2

Sanitary installations

term 2

Interior Technology II

year 8

Photography and audiovisuals

year 4

Projects I

term 9

Projects II

term 9

Organisaton and marketing

year 4

The history of interior design

year 6

Design culture

year 6
TOTAL 60
3o
Subjects
Duration
Credits

Acoustics and lighting

term 3

Air-conditioning installations

term 3

Construction III

term 6

Construction IV

term 6

Bioclimatic design

term 2

Quality control

term 2

Calculations and Quotes I

term 3

Calculations and Quotes II

term 3

Legislation and Design

term 2

Projects III

term 9

Projects IV

term 9

Health and safety

term 2

Professional orientation

year 4

Optional subjects

free configuration

6
TOTAL 60
4o
Subjects
Duration
Credits

Event stage design I

free configuration

4

Event stage design II

free configuration

4

Management and construction control

free configuration

2

Virtual modelling

free configuration

6

Projects and documentation

free configuration

2

Optional subjects

free configuration

6

Work experience

free configuration

18

Final project

free configuration

18
TOTAL 60

Graphic Design

In a predominantly visual society, it is very important to be able to effectively overcome the communication challenges we face amidst the fast and unstoppable change brought about by technological development and its consequences.

The work of the Graphic Design professional is to optimise visual communication using typographical tools, colour, space and images, through both artistic and technological media.

The goal is to project visual messages designed to convey specific information to certain social groups via a given medium or communications device.

A poster, a digital or print magazine, a traffic sign, a package, the interface of an application and a website all convey one or more messages, which are the result of the conceptual and creative efforts of the designer. Upon completing these studies, you will receive an official qualification enabling you to be hired by institutions, companies and private clients.

We aim to familiarise students with the interpretation and appropriate use of the various techniques and codes for communication, encouraging teamwork and autonomy throughout the learning process.

1o
Subjects
Duration
Credits

Design basics

year 10

An introduction to typography

year 5

Communications, methodology and productivity

year 2

Artistic drawing

year 6

Presentation systems

year 6

Basic colour

year 4

Shape and volume

year 6

Digital technology

year 4

The history and theory of art, architecture and design

year 6

Science applied to design

year 4

IT resources for graphic design I

year 7
TOTAL 60
2o
Subjects
Duration
Credits
Colour II term 2

Printing

term 2

IT resources for graphic design II

term 5

IT resources for graphic design III

term 5

Photography and audiovisuals

year 4

Graphic design projects I

term 7

Graphic design projects II

term 7

Philosophy and aesthetics

year 4

Typography and modelling

year 8

Design management

year 4

The history of graphic design

year 6

Design culture

year 6
TOTAL 60
3o
Subjects
Duration
Credits

IT resources for graphic design IV

term 5

IT resources for graphic design V

term 5

Photography

term 5

IT resources for graphic design VI

term 5

IT resources for graphic design VII

term 5

Projects III

term 7

Projects IV

term 7

Emotional skills for the graphic designer

term 3

Graphic design management

year 4

Optional subjects

free configuration

14
TOTAL 60
4o
Subjects
Duration
Credits
Optiona subjects free configuration 24

Work experience

free configuration 18

Final project

free configuration 18
TOTAL 60

Photography

You will learn to create original photography work for clients and for your own projects.

Upon completing these studies, you will be able to work in fashion, architecture photography, interior design photography, photojournalism, and advertising, as well as develop your own work from an artistic standpoint.

1o
Subjects
Class hours
ECTS credits

The basics of representaion and visual expression

128 8

The theory of image

64 5

IT resources

192 12

The history of photography

96 6

The theory of photography

96 5

Photography technique

224 13

Photography projects

160 11
2o
Subjects
Class hours
ECTS credits

The theory of photography

100 5

Photography technique

150 8

Audiovisual language and technology

200 10

Photography projects

200 13

Integrated project

90 10

Training and professional orientation

50 3

Business initiative

50 3

Illustration

You will learn the techniques and processes of traditional and contemporary illustration applied to graphic narrative and visual communication.

Upon finishing your studies, you will be able to illustrate in sectors such as design, publishing, audiovisuals, fashion, science, architecture and engineering.

1o
Subjects
Class hours
ECTS credits

Basics of visual representation and expression

128 8

The theory of image

64 5

IT resources

192 12

Photography

96 5

The history of illustration

96 6

Drawing applied to illustration

192 12

Graphic expression techniques

192 12
2o
Subjects
Class hours
ECTS credits

Drawing applied to illustration

75 4

Applied spacial representation

125 6

Graphic expression techniques

100 5

Industrial graphic production

75 4

Traditional graphic techniques

75 4

Illustration projects

200 13

Integrated project

90 10

Training and professional orientation

50 3

Business initiative

50 3
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