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Master’s Degree in Graphic Design


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9 Month


9 Month




Face-to-face in Madrid




October 2023 - June 2024




Mondays to Thursdays from 18:30 to 22:00. One Friday per month from 18:30 to 22:00.


Official Master’s degree in Graphic Design. Deepen, reorient, or complement your education in this field.

Innovative collaboration model between University and Industry. Guaranteed internships in leading companies in various sectors.

Fully face-to-face training at the leading center for design and technology in Spain.

Cutting-edge equipment, facilities, and software for you to develop your projects with the tools used in major companies.


Only university specialising in Design and Technology

Our University Campus located in the heart of Madrid is full of activities, masterclasses, catwalks, contests, fairs, events, etc. to maximise students’ creativity.

Pioneers. More than 20 years making history

Precursors in elevating design degrees to the university level, creating the first Official Degrees in Product Design, Fashion Design, Interior Design, Video Game Design and Development or Multimedia and Graphic Design.

International vocation

We have numerous agreements with some of the best universities in the world of design so that our students can incorporate international and multicultural experience into their time at university.

Methodology and excellence

The very typology of our degrees allows us to use a learning methodology based on real projects. We seek your excellence.

Business connection

More than 2,200 agreements signed with leading companies in the sector for the professional practice of our students; advice and exchange of experiences and research.

State-Of-The-Art facilities

More than 13,000 m2 of specialised facilities with the best resources and equipment used by large companies in the sector.


The Master’s degree in Graphic Design consists of 60 ECTS credits and lasts for one year.

Consult the Teaching Guides for the Master’s degree in Graphic Design.

You will contextualize Graphic Design within the history of Design. You will identify trends and explore the possible future of Graphic Design aligned with innovation and the impact that factors such as Artificial Intelligence will have on its practice.

You will work with color and images as iconic, symbolic, and rhetorical elements in Graphic Design. You will learn about compositional systems in multi-format design and visual rhetoric applied to the representation, persuasion, and transmission of audiovisual content that can express emotions and connect with viewers.

You will apply Design thinking and creativity stimulation techniques to the Design process, improving the narrative discourse of Design and your own presentation skills.

You will develop competencies beyond the creative, conceptual, or technical aspects of the discipline, focusing on collateral elements related to the profession: applied legislation, economic aspects, organizational structures, business models, ethics, and social and environmental responsibility.

You will apply typographic knowledge as a distinctive and differentiating element of professional practice, regardless of the discipline.

You will learn techniques using equipment, materials, and digital image processing tools involved in photography practice and its specific application to Graphic Design. The reference software will be Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop.

In this workshop, you will work on the design, strategy, and programming of brands in corporate and institutional environments. You will also apply packaging as a primary support and point of contact for consumer brands. It is an integrative workshop using vector-based tools, digital image processing, and presentation. The reference software will be primarily Adobe Illustrator, as well as Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Acrobat Pro, and Microsoft PowerPoint or Keynote.

You will work on the design and production control of editorial projects and applied graphics. This integrative workshop emphasizes the use of word processing and typographic treatment tools, with a particular focus on offline graphic production, including techniques, materials, processes, and their coexistence with the online environment. You will also work on communication with suppliers and collaborators and presentation techniques for client projects. The reference software will be primarily Adobe InDesign, as well as Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Acrobat Pro, and Microsoft PowerPoint or Keynote.

You will work on the design of audiovisual projects and motion graphics. In this workshop, you will apply audiovisual storytelling and audiovisual production and post-production processes using video and audio editing tools. The reference software will be Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe After Effects, and Adobe Photoshop.

You will develop interactive design projects with user experience design, research, strategy, information architecture, prototyping, visual design, usability analysis, evaluation, and documentation, focusing on digital product development such as websites and apps. The reference software will include UX design and analysis tools, prototyping tools such as Sketch or Adobe XD, and prototype visualization tools such as Marvel or InVision.

You will develop personal skills such as emotional management, project planning, budget management, report writing, teamwork, and presentation defense and argumentation.

This subject entails the completion of an original and individual project that integrates and reflects the knowledge acquired throughout the Master’s program.

Connecting with Businesses

The relationship between University/Business is vital for the professional success of the students, which is why professional internships are a fundamental aspect of the curricula of all our degrees. UDIT is constantly working to foster partnerships with companies, developing an ecosystem of companies and institutions that collaborate in the professional development of our students.

We have signed more than 2.000 active internship agreements with leading companies in the sector such as:


Our university campus has the best technological and professional equipment, that is also used in large companies. You will have at your disposal 13,000 m2, spread over three buildings, with state-of-the-art facilities designed for your learning and practice.

  • “MediaLab, multimedia laboratory that brings your projects to life"

  • “200 CINTIQ graphic tablets and 400 computers with specific software"

  • “Turn your ideas into digital reality"

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Teaching Staff

We have a faculty of top-level teachers. Professionals with years of experience in both teaching and technology-related companies.


Teaching Staff

Career opportunities

Graduates of the Master’s degree in Graphic Design can work in leading companies in the field, in positions such as:


  • Brand Designer
  • Packaging Designer
  • Art Director
  • Illustrator
  • 2D and 3D Designer and Modeler
  • Textile Graphic Designer and Printmaker


  • Photographer
  • Digital Artist
  • Motion Graphics Expert


  • Graphic Advertising Creative


  • Web and Application Environment Designer for Tablets and Smartphones
  • Webmaster


  • Marketing Departments and Consulting Firms

Go one step further

If you’re interested in this program, don’t hesitate to contact us. We will help you resolve your doubts and guide you through the process of choosing your future.

You can count on me to answer all your questions.


Student Advisor at UDIT



The Master’s program lasts for 1 year, from October to July, totaling 60 ECTS credits.

The current market demands versatile designers capable of handling complex design projects that require knowledge and use of various multimedia techniques and platforms.
Furthermore, market trends and company needs have elevated the importance of brand value and branding, 360-degree advertising, and 3D design (among other aspects), which have become essential in the structures of large organizations.

The Master’s program is recommended for creative individuals with a graphic or project-oriented background and diverse education (including degrees in general Design, Product Design, Fashion Design, Interior Design, Animation, Video Games, Digital Art, Interactive Products, Architecture, Fine Arts, or Information Science with a focus on Audiovisual Communication or Advertising). It is also suitable for graduates from non-creative professions who work in creative environments and desire comprehensive and versatile training beyond technical tool learning.

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If you have any questions or if you want to set up your access, please write or call us on +34 915 55 25 28.