THE DIPLOMA THAT TEACHES
THE INDUSTRY NEEDS, INSTEAD OF MEMORISING
Our signature formula, mentioned by Channel NewsAsia as the pioneer in new education, integrates marketing & advertising seamlessly into design, arming you with both strategic thinking and analytical skills to thrive in the advertising and design industry.
In a school that doesn't believe in memorising, examinations are replaced by hands-on projects, guided by experienced current practitioners-lecturers, that ensure our students can perform their job efficiently upon graduation.
Benefit from site visits, overseas learning trips, case studies, hands-on assignments and explorations into the contemporary design by creating your portfolio through solid industry-like training as part of our graphic design based diploma programme.
You have a keen eye for aesthetics. Designs inspire you. You’re inspired to design.
In this Diploma in Graphic Design, you will be taught to conceptualize for design applications such as editorial and packaging while having interactions, consultations, hands-on assignments as well as presentations that will fully prepare you for the design world.
AWARDS WON BY OUR
Kenji received his professional design training from Japan in the early nineties and has more than 20 years of relevant job experiences as a creative practitioner in the graphic design, branding, advertising, packaging, publishing and printing industries.
Since then, Kenji has accumulated more than 10 years of professional teaching experience as a design educator, in his bid to share his experience with the new generation of creatives that will be taking over the design industry.
Robert Gaxiola is an advertising creative director and founder of Singapore agency ManghamGaxiola.
After just three years in business, the agency entered into a purchase agreement with the Dentsu Aegis Network and added McGarryBowen to their names on the door.
Prior to that, he worked under much bigger names such as Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, Bates 141, FCB and Disney. His last job prior to setting his own shop was the Executive Creative Director of Ogilvy & Mather Singapore.
Spending more than 20 years in the AdMarcom industry, Angela has held leadership positions for over a decade, in the APAC region, with MNC agencies, South China Morning Post Group and Global Luxury Group, LVMH.
Before becoming the founder of her own start-up Antrepod, she experienced entrepreneurship first hand by starting agencies and had delivered over 600% business growth in business over 3 years. Because of this, she was one of the finalists for 2011 Australia China Alumni Awards for ‘Women In Leadership’.
Creative/ Copywriter @ R/GA
"When I was in England, I found out that I was way ahead of all my peers."
Designer @ Chope
"What I really like about M.A.D. School is that the lecturers are all working in the industry...basically, lecturers get to focus on the students and I find that very useful."
Creative Director @ Three Collective
"My time in MAD was a great experience; I especially recommend it for those who are keen to enter into the Design and Advertising industries."
Being industry players, active in their respective fields, our lecturers stay abreast with their fast-evolving industries and impart their most up-to-date knowledge to students.
Featuring an array of award winners, from recipients of internationally acclaimed creative awards to honourable media accolades, our lecturers are well- versed in the do’s and don’ts in winning awards, and use only such lofty standards as benchmarks for their teaching.
We have an altruistic vision of exposing students all over world to all things creative, sans geographical boundaries.
From overseas trips to competitions, our students travel to New York, South Korea, Paris, Bali, etc. on an annual basis to learn from the best around the world.
At Awards Lab, everyone’s a winner!
Even without bagging an award, it’s a boiler room where students are subjected to the rigours of a creative agency environment and the demands of producing award-winning work.
Awards or not, walk away with a winning portfolio.
Love what you do so much? Why not do projects and campaigns that will be running live and get paid through our student initiative social enterprise Make The Change!
Through this school-run social enterprise, students can:
Make use of their digital marketing skills to help NGOs & other social enterprises
Take part in real projects for various companies
Guided by experienced industrial practitioners & getting paid
Enhanced their portfolio with projects completed under Make The Change