COURSE START: September 10th or November 12th, 2024


• Scholarships covering from 6.000€ to 9.000€ of the total tuition fee both for the Academic Master’s Programme and the Double Award Master’s Programme.


In an era defined by social consciousness and global connectedness, brand activism emerges as a potent force in bridging the gap between corporate responsibility and societal change. Today’s discerning consumer looks beyond mere products and services, aligning with brands that stand up for causes and drive positive impact. This competition is an invitation for creative minds to craft visual narratives that harness the power of brand activism, merging visual design, advertising, and advocacy into compelling campaigns.


This competition invites participants to conceive and craft visual campaigns that spotlight a brand’s engagement in activism. Your designs should reflect a brand’s proactive stance on pressing global issues, whether it’s human rights, climate change, social equality, or any other cause that aligns with its values.

You could pick any industry for your project, emphasizing either a specific cause the brand champions or a broader approach highlighting the brand’s activist ethos. The medium could be print, digital, social media, outdoor advertising, or a multimedia amalgamation. What’s pivotal is how your visual narrative not only conveys activism but also evokes empathy, stirs conversations, and mobilizes action.

The project must exhibit a profound understanding of the selected cause, effective visual design principles, and persuasive advertising strategies.

We value disruptive and innovative entries that rewrite the playbook, spotlighting how brand activism can reshape consumer perceptions and behaviors. This competition envisions a new era where advertising isn’t just about selling but also about creating lasting societal impact.

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Required materials


  • 2 Reference Letters
  • IELTS 5.5 in all parts or recognized equivalent certificate to be submitted within three months of the course start date. (not mandatory)