This programme recognises that design is an activity that fundamentally shapes our world and influences the processes of change; students find their own place, from where they can lead or contribute to these processes; although there is a focus on product and furniture design, there are no limitations to this field; students come to understand very well that most of tomorrow's products and services do not yet exist today; the nature of the course is pluralistic and encourages diversity in thinking, opinions and ideologies.
Topics may include: extreme functionality; the social manifesto; the fantastic; design in business; basic electronics and engineering for designers; computer software.
Course Additional Entry
Good Honours degree in a relevant subject, or overseas equivalent; portfolio; interview. Applicants are required to be proficient in both written and spoken English. Several years of professional experience is beneficial. Applications are welcomed from candidates from related backgrounds, such as art, engineering or philosophy.
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