Design Management and Entrepreneurship is an innovative course which enables you to examine international and global design and business issues, while developing your specialist design management knowledge and skills. It is aimed at design and creative industry entrepreneurs, and will allow you to apply your creative and analytical skills to a wide variety of business and social contexts, ranging from small local businesses to multinational corporations and social enterprise.
After graduation, you will be ideally placed to respond to growth demands in the global cultural and creative industries, with skills that are vital in today’s modern entrepreneurial and knowledge based economy; enabling you to operate effectively at a high level of executive responsibility in design, creative and digital media technology businesses.
The course is taught by expert academics in the School of Design, which has a longstanding collaborative link with the Bauman Moscow State Technical University; the leading technical university in Russia. There is also a flexible learning package which promotes professional and personal development of designers and design managers currently working in the industry.
The School of Design’s close-knit community of postgraduate students and staff creates a supportive learning environment for design students from around the world. Teaching staff are involved in research and commercial activities that inform the curriculum. Within the Design Management and Entrepreneurship subject area, staff maintain the currency of their module and design project teaching through involvement in consultancy, Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP schemes) and noteworthy research activities, and continuing professional development (CPD) training. We also have fantastic CAD laboratories and workshop facilities to support you in your research and development.