Diogo Rocha

(…) the curricular plan of the first year of the master is well-thought-out as an introduction or re-introduction to graphic design and publishing (…) Project and Research Methodologies was fundamental in preparing for the dissertation/project in the second year, especially since in my academic career I had never approached this area in such depth.(…)I believe… Continue reading Diogo Rocha

Margarida Calçada

This master’s degree challenged me to think about graphic design through new perspectives, from the creation of conceptual narratives and storytelling to the exploration of graphic production techniques. It was also possible to deepen my personal skills, knowledge and experience in several areas of graphic design such as illustration, typography and infographics. On a more… Continue reading Margarida Calçada

Nicolò Tromben

Overall, I have extremely positive memories of my undergraduate journey at FBAUP. In general, my expectations were met, (…) [and] I was deeply marked by the typography and illustration courses, which, despite being presented by the program as secondary, are probably the courses that most influence my work today. On the contrary, in my opinion, not… Continue reading Nicolò Tromben

Mariana Vieira

I didn’t have any studies in the Arts, but I managed to get into the master thanks to my portfolio and a short internship. The professors were extremely patient and willing to explain foundational concepts — the knowledge of typography and editorial design was very important for my development as an artist — to bring… Continue reading Mariana Vieira

Irene Peixoto

Enrolling in the MDGPE was due to my interest in typography and graphic design. The courses seemed appropriate to me and, if the master’s degree can be a small step in scientific research, this course would be the right one to respond to my interests.  On a social level, studying at FBAUP is having the… Continue reading Irene Peixoto