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Certificate in Digital Media + Design (level 4)

The Certificate in Digital Media and Design is a semester-long programme (18 weeks) that is centered around the introduction to graphic design practice and digital media processes.

The Certificate in Digital Media + Design focuses on the development of theoretical knowledge and technical skills related to visual communication and drawing techniques and their application within the graphic design space.

Upon completion of the programme, students will have built on the foundation skills that can be further developed in Whitecliffe's degree-level programmes.

This is a Whitecliffe programme delivered in Taranaki by Learner Me.

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Key Dates 

June 2022 Intake - 27th June 2022

February 2023 Intake - 20th Feb 2023

July 2023 Intake - 24th July 2023


New Zealand Certificate in Digital Media + Design (Level 4) 60 credits


18 weeks full time in Taranaki


Domestic $3,356 + 150 Student Service  Levy.

Fees Free Applies

All 2023 fees are subject to change and regulatory approval.

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    NZ Government key information link for learners, that provides more information to support your decision making for this programme.
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