This programmes consists of the following courses
BA (Hons) Ceramic Design
BA Ceramic Design is a unique, specialist design course.
BA (Hons) Product and Industrial Design
Widely recognised externally as an environment in which rigorous thinking generates creative, commercially relevant work, this course gives you the intellectual, academic and subject-specific skills you need to define your own professional practice.
MA Industrial Design
MA Industrial Design will teach you to be strategic, respond to trends, initiate new design approaches and thrive in multidisciplinary teams.
MA Design (Ceramics); MA Design (Furniture); MA Design (Jewellery)
MA Design focuses on your individual design practice and will broaden your career and research horizons.
Every year our students undertake industry collaborations through sponsored projects and graduate consultancy projects. The clients set a brief to students, creating the opportunity to develop multiple innovative concepts, services or experiences directly for industry.
Product, Ceramic and Industrial Design Programme stories
Why the router of the future floats
Three tasked MA Industrial Design students to re-think the router. In the hands of the winning student team, this oft-ignored box is transformed into a levitating gaming crystal.
Hybrid Futures gathered together a constellation of voices and perspectives on the contested relationship between humans and machines. Here, Dr Betti Marenko – Reader in Design and Techno-Digital Futures – shares her reflections on the event
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: Menstruation
Two projects from this year’s graduates presented new products for menstruation. Here, we talk to Ines Duplessis, MA Industrial Design, and Amelia Kociolkowska, BA Product Design, about tools and taboos.