If you are looking for graphic design programs that cater to females in Jeddah, here is a regularly updated list sharing various programs available in the city for those seeking to pursue the field.
1. Bachelor of Arts in Visual Communication (Graphic Design Track)
Provider: Hekma School of Architecture, Dar Al Hekma University
Description: 4 year degree program, Motion Graphics specialization also available
2. Bachelor of Science in Design
Provider: College of Architecture and Design, Effat University
Description: 4 year degree program with available specializations in Environmental Design, Interior Design, and Product Design
3. Diploma in Graphic Design
Provider: Executive Education and Community Services Institute (EECSI) at Effat University
Description: Learn video editing, web design, Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, and more
For more information: http://www.effatuniversity.edu.sa/Academics/EECSI/Pages/Graphic-Design-Diploma.aspx
4. Diploma in Graphic Design & Digital Art
Description: Curriculum includes Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Elements & Principles of Design, Digital Art Adobe Flash, Adobe Dreamweaver, Adobe Premier, After Effects, 3D Studio Max
For more information: http://www.future-center.com/?page_id=36
5. Diploma, Certificate, and Short Course vocational training programs in Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign
Provider: SAE Institute, Jeddah
Description: Courses and training also available in other design related fields such as motion graphics, digital photography, film making, animation, videography, etc.
For more information: https://jeddah.sae.edu/en-gb/course_category/15688
6. Diploma in Graphic Design
Provider: Continuing Education Department, Dar Al Hekma University
Description: A 6-month intensive program to pursue a career in Graphic Design
For more information: http://bit.ly/2fOEnSp
7. Associates Diploma in Graphic Design
Provider: NESCOT College
Description: 2-year diploma program in Graphic Design offering two different pathways of specialization to students; print and web
For more information: http://bit.ly/2fAAp1o
I also have a number of incredibly useful online resources on learning graphic design (free and paid) that I will share in a future post.
I especially recommend signing up for some short courses online or local that are free or require a smaller investment in order to test the waters and see how you grow into your interest in the field before committing to a longer program with greater investment.