Visual Communication (Graphic Design) at AMDT

Sandy

What a Visual Communication Student at AMDT has to say:

Recently, we did an interview with Sandakelum Galabadarachchi, an undergraduate student following the Visual Communication(Graphic Design) at AMDT.
Here’s what Sandy had to share with us:
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Would you recommend AMDT for others who are interested in having an education in Design?

Of course YES,
It’s recognized and is unique. Those who join AMDT will get a chance to be a designer with a global recognition. It’s Affordable and any one can get the maximum value for the money they spend.
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What advice would you give to those who wish start their higher studies in this field?

I’ve seen a lot of graphic designers in Sri Lanka with lots of talent, but they are unable to find a good job or are paid a very low salary, this is because they don’t have the right education. So I think if they have the right education they can find the right job and no one will be able to misuse their talent.

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Why did u choose Visual Communication (Graphic Design)?
When I was a Kid, I had a special liking for things like colours, fonts and paintings, and always wanted to create new things involving colours. I think it is this that pushed me to be a Designer.
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There are many places for a visual communication related education. Why choose AMDT?
Two years ago I was looking for a Design Campus in Sri Lanka for my further studies, but I couldn’t find a place where I can study as a part-time student and most of the courses were unnecessarily very expensive. But then I found AMDT. It was an all in one solution to all my problems—it’s affordable, globally recognized, and most importantly for me I could continue my studies part-time.
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How has your education at AMDT helped your career as a Graphic Designer?
I’m working as a User Interface Engineer in a well-known IT company in Sri Lanka, so AMDT helped me enhance my graphic design career along with art-direction, software, typography and also how a professional designer works and how they think.
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Has AMDT helped you move forward in your career?
Yes, a lot. At AMDT we are trained to be confident designers. Previously I didn’t have the confidence to present myself before a crowd, but with the real-world experience we receive in the classroom and the presentations we have to do have boosted my confidence. It has improved my social skills in office and made it a lot easier coordinating and working together with my team.
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Tell us about the lecturers at AMDT.
AMDT has a very talented group of lecturers with a lot of industrial experience. They are very friendly and are ready to help us with our work whenever requested.
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What is it that you love most at AMDT?
It’s the culture at AMDT. Most of us have the same interest and passion for Art, Design and entertainment. It’s a pleasure and great opportunity to study with a set of people like that. It’s not just a campus for me it feels like Family. There is a very good relationship between the students, lecturers and the staff.
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Other Degree Level Qualifications Starting January 2015:
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Multimedia Design
3D Animation & Vfx
Advertising & Marketing
Film Making
Visual Communication (Graphic Design)
Animation & Vfx
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Fashion Design & Textile
Fashion Design & Marketing
Games Design
Games Animation
Photography
Fine Arts
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