Graphic design education in Denmark

by Nico

Good day, I would like to move to Denmark to study/work and I have one question regarding this. Could you be so kind as to tell me, is there any school/university etc. that offers courses in graphic design that last only 1 year or that are part time? I would like to earn a degree in this field, but I am afraid I cannot afford a 2 year full time program without any income. Thank you very much for your time. Kind regards, Nico


Response:

Nico,

You will have to contact the various universities and talk to them about their programs, costs, etc.. This is just a matter of you doing some research. If you want me to do the research for you, let me know and will send you an invoice for the time I expect to use to contact or look up the information online. (P.S. Something you could surely do yourself) But if you do not want to do it, just let me know and once I receive the funds, I will get right on it.

Charlie - Expat in Denmark

P.S. 5000 kr should get me going quite quickly.

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