GOOD PROSPECTS: MSU provides various skill-enhancement programmes to strengthen students' employability
GRAPHIC design is one of the fastest growing occupations and the future is bright for those with proper qualifications.
Graphic design combines visual sensitivity and knowledge in communications, technology and business.
The Management & Science University (MSU), through its Faculty of Information Sciences & Engineering (FISE), meets the need for such experts in graphic design, offering both degree and diploma programmes.
A student will study advertising, art, brand consultation, costing, design, web design, illustrations, pre-press, project management and quality control.
They can fill positions such as creative or art director, layout artist, brand identity designer, logo designer, flash designer, illustrator, photo editor, Photoshop artist, multimedia designer, photographer and web designer.
MSU is committed to ensuring the best for its students. Visiting professors conduct regular visits and provide valuable input to students.
Various skill-enhancement programmes, aimed at improving students' competitiveness, are also offered.
MSU's International Students Exchange Programme (ISEP) unit helps to strengthen students' employability by offering them the option of transferring their final-year studies to foreign universities.
There are over 40 universities to choose from in the United States, Britain, Australia, Japan, South Africa, India, Eastern Europe, Indonesia and New Zealand.