Three-year course



3 years





Start date




Why this Course

Contemporary life is a full of messages, images, symbolic meanings, artifacts and complex indications. Visual design guides us in cities or museums, produces attractive packagings and helps in identifying the identity of a brand, an advertisement, a clip or a digital interface.

This Visual design Course helps us deal with everything that is Visible, and it is the area in which the aesthetic-functional project responds to the increasingly complex questions posed by the socio-cultural scenarios of our time.

Look around you. Everything is Visual Design.

Who is this for?

The course is intended for students who have a high school diploma coming from either an Italian or a foreign university. Applicants will be expected to show a strong interest in design disciplines (visual, graphic, exhibition and digital design, lettering, photography and video), in social sciences (anthropology, theories of communication and mass media, sociology and semiology) and in the culture of the visual arts (art and design history). Students who attend this course are future designers of digital and analogical communication, creative directors and brand experts 

Join today for a brighter future in Visual Design!

Learning Outcomes

– Basic Design

– Art and design history

– Creative Research

– Augmented virtual reality

– Brand design

– Digital interactive design

– Advertising

– Exhibit design e segnaletica

– Cinema, photography and video

– Typographic design

– Mass Media theory

– Anthropology, semiotics

– Marketing and research

Student of the Year

At the end of each academic year, Raffles Milano rewards the best talent.
The award is given to the student who has distinguished him- or herself in terms of his/her academic career and portfolio, according to the assessment both of an internal committee of teachers and of an external committee of professionals who are invited to assess the portfolio (the student’s anonymity is protected)

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