Visual Communication Design Course In Mumbai, India

Whistling Woods International launched the SCHOOL OF DESIGN in 2017.

About School of Design:

One of the newer Schools at Whistling Woods International, the WWI School of Design, complements the other Schools and completes the bouquet of offerings of academic excellence in professional education at the institute. The degree is accredited by the Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development, an Institute of National Importance.

The faculty teaching in the Visual Communication Design (VCD) programme at the Whistling Woods International School of Design, are top rung visual design professionals and educators, with a wide array of industry and academic experience nationally and globally. These committed design professionals and educators not only mentor and guide the students to be top notch visual communication designers, but also help them further their career goals by guiding them through professional networks and workspaces. In a manner, they remain mentors for life.

We take pride in the fact that the first few batches of students who have graduated from the programme have been offered jobs even before they graduate – a testimony to the high quality of professional education that the WWI School of Design focuses on, made possible largely by the excellent and committed teaching faculty. The academic and professional credentials of the faculty are impeccable, drawn as they are from alumni of the most prestigious design schools in India and abroad – the NID (Ahmedabad, India,) Sir JJ School (Mumbai, India) and RCA (London, UK,) to name a few.

In the classrooms and workshops, the joy of teaching and learning, and co-discovering, is palpable. A joy that unites us in the pursuit of the cutting edge of visual design excellence.

Department Overview

FAQs

What does the Visual Communication Design programme comprise of? / What are the topics covered in the Visual Communication Design programme?

A student would get to learn the fundamentals of design, and build the core skills (drawing, observation, visualisation, colour, form, composition, representation, geometry, material, digital tools), and attitudes and values (empathy, critical thinking, ‘sharedness’, team-spirit, adaptability).

What accreditation does the WWI School of Design have?

Whistling Woods International is affiliated with Bharathidasan University, approved by UGC, and recognised by AICTE. Furthermore, all programmes offered are under an agreement with Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development – an Institute of National Importance.

What are the admission requirements for the Visual Communication Design programme?

The Eligibility Criteria: 10+2, IBDP or equivalent from any recognized Board.

What are the career opportunities in Visual Communication Design after graduation?

A multitude of opportunities open up after pursuing a visual communication design course:

  • Graphic Designer
  • 3D Rendering
  • Brand Designer
  • UI & UX Designer
  • Presentation Design

Why should I choose WWI to study Visual Communication Design?

WWI wants to produce future-ready design thinkers and doers by providing the students to undergo input in universal design, deep ecology, and environmental perception while giving them the opportunity to propose radical new ideas via the colloquium paper. Founded on an ethos of ‘Learning by Doing’ students are encouraged to be hands-on, and minds-on while engaging proactively and productively with all individual and group learning activities.