Graphic Design / Advertising 1+2
The Forsberg’s Distance Course 1 + 2 in graphic design/advertising is a distance education catering to those who want to develop their talents and create a portfolio. This course is a merit for further education, or gives deeper knowledge and inspiration to those who are already working in design. The Distance Course began in the fall of 1991, and since then around 1500 students have received diplomas with very good results. Some have continued their studies with our full-time education or equivalent training. Others have advanced in their profession. This is a combination course for those who plan to study both the distance course and the master distance learning course.
The course includes a total of 13 courses letters. Each letter contains information, examples, tips and advice to inspire you, as well as tasks to be solved. Each task has a different degree of difficulty. You can choose which of the tasks best suits you and the degree of difficulty of the various letters. The students’ solutions from previous tasks are reported. Estimated work time is about 2-6 hours per week. No traditional grading. Your teachers assess and return your assignments along with personal comments.
1: Typographic contrasts and typetalk. 2: Music Covers. 3: Paperback Covers 4: Brands and logos. 5: Advertising, ads, posters. 6: Design Packaging. 7: Advertising campaign. 8: Design Program. 9: Magazine Design. 10: Calender design. 11: Product launch. 12: Advertising Communications. 13: Poster Design. The order of the letters may vary.
To be admitted to the course there are no formal requirements, however, the number of participants is limited. Admission is based on the order of the applications.
Fill out the registration form online or send it to Forsbergs Skola, Skinnarviksringen 6, 117 27 Stockholm, Sweden. Ongoing notification.
The tuition fee for the course is 16.250 SEK including VAT. Once you have been accepted, you must confirm your place by paying a registration fee of 1.000 SEK which is deducted from the course fee at billing. The remaining fee is to be paid before the course starts. The fee does not include costs of materials and teaching aids.
All students receive a diploma after a successful course completion.