|Study location||Turkey, istanbul|
|Nominal duration||4 years|
|Tuition fee||₺28,400 per year|
|Application fee||$0 one-time|
High school / secondary education (or higher)
Turkish translation of diploma, transcript, copy of passport.
Starting from 2015-16 Academic year, The Departments of Communication Design and Interior Architecture & Environmental Design will be recruiting students through central placement exams (LYS-LGS) instead of performance based assessments. For the department of Communication Design, the criteria is TS1 score and for the department of Interior Architecture & Environmental Design it is TM1 score.
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: Turkish.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
Founded in July 1997 with the article 4281, Istanbul Kultur University Art and Design Faculty, Department of Communication Design (Multimedia), started its academic year in 2002-2003. Within the process of irestructuring, the department provides students a productive and energetic environment where students can correlate with different applied courses such as painting, drawing, graphic design, cinema, photography, acting and animation.
Our department curriculum considers art concept with respect to multidimensional aspects ranging from culture, technology, politics to economical issues. Students are expected to perceive principles of visual arts, to mature to be able to conceive relationships between art and communication and contemporary arts in gldbal context in the years following. During this process students not only experience their original production like painting, photography, graphic arts, cinema, acting and animation but also gain personality as artist candidates for future.
In line with current developments in advanced technology and related artistic and cultural perception, the primary targets of Communication Design (Multimedia) Department is both to update its curriculum and academic restructuring continually and to share contemporary/actual art practices with its students in proper and productive environments as well as to enable students to evaluate visual links between art and communication.
Our students could attend different compulsory and selective courses according to their objectives following: Animation Cinema, Photography and Video, Graphic and Web Design, Acting and Plastic Arts (Painting, Sculpture and Ceramic), Cinema (Production and Directory), Photography Directory and Script Writing.
Istanbul Kultur University, Communication Design (Multimedia) Department aims to graduate its students as intellectual individuals equipped with knowledge and experiences. The curriculum of the department consists of courses such as Film Directory, Script Writing, Documentary Film Directory, Experimental Art Studio, Multimedia Applications, Painting, Drawing, Video, Stage Performances, Editing, Computer Based Design, Movement Studio, as well as theoretical courses; Contemporary Art, Art Sociology, Art Texts, Culture and Art Reading, Visual Culture, Cultural Studies, Art Photography and Popular Culture.
Serving as an example to faculties both in Turkey and international, the courses for the first year in The Istanbul Kultur University Communication Design (Multimedia) Department, range from film, cinematography to painting, graphic and performance arts. From the second year onwards students select the relevant courses dominantly according to their own objectives, attending other selective courses as well. In the department, students are expected to perceive the principals of visual arts, to understand contemporary arts globally and to be able to analyse the relationship between art and communication in the following years.
The department serves teaching with its academics who are acclaimed and pioneer to students with their productivities in their own subjects related. Being a member of South Eastern Europe Cinema Schools (SEEC), International Film School Association (CILECT) and European Exchange Academy (EEC), The Department of Communication (Multimedia) Design continues to take part in various events within the framework of Erasmus Programme alongside workshops through academics and artists invited internationally.
Graduates could continue their careers as Film Director, Director of Photography, Producer, Painter, Visual Artists, Art Director, Art Critics, Graphic Designer, Web Designer, Performer, Script-Text Writer, Video Artist, Dubber, Play Wright, Animation Designer and Coreographer.