The EMADU school is pleased to announce that it has been accredited for the Master in Design

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Design is a combination of engineering, humanities, art and creativity.

In the Design department, students learn to create new products taking into account innovation, solving existing problems and ergonomics, through the prism of aesthetic and visual issues. In the years to come, we will focus on the possibilities offered by modern technologies and new digital media, and how they can serve the world of today, and tomorrow. We will work on prototypes using 3D printing technology. We focus on designing applications, games, visual communications, but not only...

Master’s studies in design offer the following 4 specializations: 

Graphic Design
The focus is on visual communication, typography, visual advertising, design of books, prints, posters, banners and websites, Branding and complete visual identification of companies and products, as well as the visualization and presentation of projects.

Game Design
Design of games and mobile applications, design of multimedia structures, UX Design, character design, motion design, 2D and 3D animation, multimedia and video post-production. Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality.

Care Design
The objective of this axis is to focus on people, communities and ecosystems. Care Design is synonymous with solutions allowing us to live harmoniously together and create common ground. The project of care and attention to others imagines, designs, conceptualizes, develops, formalizes and evaluates to ensure the development of innovative products and services in areas such as: health, ecology, public policies.

Design of innovative products based on respect for heritage and culture, and cooperation with artisans. Using traditional techniques, we think about new solutions, the innovative use of traditional professions, as well as ecology, in close connection with users and their space.


If you are interested in our training, please register on the UEMF website:

For more information, please contact Professor Ewa Potocka ( , office: B1. 2-02.