The University of Waterloo’s Media Design and Media Design Graduate Program has a growing number of graduates.
With more than 3,000 graduates in the program, the graduate program is growing rapidly.
Graduate Media Design is the largest of its kind in the country.
In fact, there are now approximately 400 graduates in Media Design.
Graduates can work in a variety of positions in the media design industry including web design, creative content management, graphics design, production and distribution.
As with many new media industries, there’s a wide range of roles within the industry.
Media design graduates are often able to find work in many different fields, including marketing, business development, advertising, product development, design, graphic design, branding, digital, and social media.
Graduating graduates often have a strong connection to their previous work and are therefore able to adapt to different industries and cultures.
In the past, graduates of Media Design had to move on to other graduate programs in order to continue their education.
However, the recent influx of graduates has led to more opportunities for graduates to transfer to other universities.
According to Dean Dan Jones, Media Design graduate programs have more students in the field than ever before.
He said that the number of students has grown from 10,000 to 50,000 in the past five years.
While there are many grad students in Media Art, Media design is an area that is still growing.
Jones said that Media design students can now expect to see their numbers grow from 50,001 to 100,000 over the next five years.(CBC News: Andrew Jansen)Graduate students are also looking to move out of the Media Design program, Jones said.
“The Media Design students are really looking for other opportunities to develop their creative skills and broaden their horizons,” Jones said, adding that the graduates are also taking up roles in other areas.
According a recent report, more than half of all Canadian Media Design graduates go on to work in creative industries, and the number is expected to grow to over 70 per cent by 2021.