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Jewellery, Textiles and Materials programme

The Jewellery and Textiles programme consists of the following courses:

  • BA (Hons) Textile Design

    BA Textile Design explores the three main textile design practices – print, knit and weave – alongside digital and non-traditional approaches to textile design, trend prediction and presentation.

  • BA (Hons) Jewellery Design

    BA Jewellery Design looks for enthusiastic, energetic and talented students who are keen to define the future direction of contemporary jewellery. It values innovation and originality, and enjoys superb industry links.

  • MA Biodesign

    MA Biodesign explores bio-informed design strategies as a driver for sustainable innovation.

  • MA Material Futures

    Material Futures is where science, technology and design collide.

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    Swarovski Conscious Design Hub

    Learn more about the partnership with Swarovski, and student approaches to sustainability and conscious design

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    Living Systems Lab research working with mycelial networks, slime mould and roots systems. Images by Collet / Barnett / Collet
    Living Systems Lab Research Group

    The Living Systems Lab explores biological living systems to develop new knowledge in the field of ecology via creative practices

Jewellery and Textiles Programme stories

  • Grow your own phone accessories

    Welcome to the near-future designed by MA Material Futures students Rūta Irbīte and Liene Kazaka in response to a brief from Three.

  • Class of 2020: Water

    With sea levels rising and the threats of drought growing, our lives are more vulnerable to the power of water, or lack thereof. From a collaboration with PUMA to the invention of the Ministry of Water, we look at the students exploring the value of

  • Class of 2020: Work

    We take a look at the 2020 graduating students exploring the meanings of work.

  • Class of 2020: Waste at Work

    From unwanted food to industrial byproducts, we are producing waste at an alarming rate. Many of our graduating students are rethinking waste as raw material and here, we speak to just a few of them.