Essential info on the Bachelor of Arts in Digital Ideation – Focus Design: from the admissions procedure to the location to the fees.
The entire degree programme is devoted mainly to project work. In their projects students write code, sketch out concepts, solder integrated circuits, design virtual worlds, devise programmes and research innovative technologies. Developing concrete applications by means of trial and error (i.e. by experimenting and learning, also from their mistakes) hones the skills they will need to apply in their future careers. The degree programme is composed of various modules. More about the modules here
Bachelor of Arts in Visueller Kommunikation, Digital Ideation
Graduates in Digital Ideation – Focus Design work in all kinds of spheres, wherever digital technologies and creativity intersect:
If the above requirements are fulfilled, applicants’ aptitude will be further tested in the Admissions Procedure.
Applicants who meet the admission requirements will be invited to submit a portfolio and to complete a home assignment on a set theme. In the event of a positive decision by the admissions board, the applicant will then be invited to attend an interview and to take a creative aptitude text (Admission Examination).
Academic year 2020/21: Friday, 14 February 2020
Academic year 2019/20: 16 September 2019
Autumn semester 2019:
16 September 2019 to 14 February 2020
Spring semester 2020:
17 February 2020 to 10 July 2020
Academic Calendar 2018/2019
Academic Calendar 2019/2020
Focus Design: CHF 803.- each semester, excluding the fees for admission, registration, administration, examination and diploma, but including the CHF 3.– fee for membership in the SUMO students’ association.
Information on study fees
From the third semester students can attend a semester at a partner school or do a professional internship abroad.
Emmenbrücke and Rotkreuz
Students are taught at both locations and enjoy the benefits of two new campuses.