Full time & Part time September MSc 1 year full time, 2 years part time

About the course

MSc Design: Products and Technology embraces an extensive range of approaches to design practice – from manufacturing, computer science and advanced internet techniques, to artificial intelligence for control, robotics, project management and inclusive design. It's designed for you to strengthen your technological and manufacturing skills and you’ll develop a comprehensive appreciation of the principles and techniques that underpin advanced design solutions.

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Entry Requirements

2.2 honours degree in an art and design-related subject.
Applicants with non-standard entry requirements and / or relevant experience will be considered on an individual basis. Your work experience will be assessed to ensure it is relevant to your application.

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Hannah Manley

Hannah studied BA (Hons) Product Design at Nottingham Trent University (NTU) before embarking on the MSc Design: Products and Technology course to pursue her passion for medical design.

"The course has an emphasis on preparing students for real-life design, with fantastic links to industry and industrial-standard equipment, labs, and manufacturing machinery. It also offers the perfect blend of support and learning through teaching as well as self-led studies and independent learning. Being a small group of around 20 means sessions are full of interaction, inspiration, and collaboration, whilst still having room to breathe as well as plenty of one-to-one feedback with tutors.

"NTU has the modelling and manufacturing facilities that will prepare me for work, as well as access to industry-standard software and in-depth tutorials to run alongside. With fantastic studio space, we can work in a vibrant, collaborative atmosphere, or we can hide away in the library with 24 hour access. The library itself is a great facility, with access to hundreds of thousands of books, papers, journals and online or physical resources. It also has incredibly helpful, dedicated staff to support students through their reading and writing, with one-to-one sessions available to boost your work. Studying the MSc course, we also have access to all the material and electronic labs to develop our work, including fleets of machines like 3D printers."

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