Graphic Design University

Hi guys, I asked this question a couple of days back but it got removed (no email about a violation so I assume is because no-one answered it? Well, not in this category anyway although I did get an answer in another category), anyway, I thought I would try again, view if I can get an answer this time. I have been thinking a lot recently and have decided I would like to go to University to study Graphic Design but my art portfolio is not exactly what you would call extensive and varied. Can anyone give me an idea of what my portfolio should be like to pass an interview? What types of work am I going to need? How much? The reason I don’t have an extensive portfolio is that for the last few years I have had depression and just not had the get up and go or inspiration to add to what I already have, its not that I am not capable. Any help and advise you can offer is greatly appreciated as I know that a portfolio is a big part of the interviews for the course I want to do. Thanks for looking. Today I found out that… If you contact the college or university, they may be able to advise you on what is required. I’m in the same situation and I’m deciding to do a portfolio course to make certain I have the necessary stuff before I try for a place. If you’ve suffered from depression and felt lacking in motivation, maybe a part time portfolio course would be a good idea for you, so that you get back into student life and are well prepared for the university course. Best of luck, hope everything goes well for you.

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