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Central Saint Martins

Jewellery and Textiles Programme

Introduction by previous Jewellery and Textiles Programme Director, Caroline Broadhead

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.

College: Central Saint Martins
Level: Undergraduate

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.

College: Central Saint Martins
Level: Undergraduate

MA Biodesign

The MA Biodesign course explores the intersection of design and biological sciences as a catalyst for sustainable innovation.

College: Central Saint Martins
Level: Postgraduate

MA Material Futures

The intersection of craft, science and technology. Material Futures is a two-year Masters course dedicated to exploring how we will live in the future through trans-disciplinary practice and expert collaboration.

College: Central Saint Martins
Level: Postgraduate


Jewellery and Textiles Programme stories

Six Branch

Palestinian embroidery collective Women in Hebron and BA Textile Design students collaborate, crossing borders with stitches on Six Branch project The initial collection comprises eight pieces, each one designed at […]


A unique, social enterprise, Project_Sweat combines cutting-edge design, advanced technical fabrics and a charitable mission, resulting in a series of bespoke kit bags which are visually striking, sustainable and can […]

Interview: Anne Smith

At the end of the last academic year, Anne Smith stepped down from her role as Dean of Academic Programmes for Fashion; Jewellery and Textiles; Product, Ceramic and Industrial Design […]

Ruff and ready

Manuela Menzi’s dissertation on the Elizabethan ruff was a little different than most, it contained an experimental practical element. The essay won the Cultural & Historical Studies award (given across […]