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MA Product and Furniture Design


Course Description

Summary

You’ll enjoy an extensive programme of lectures and assignments, delivered by an enthusiastic team of staff made up of theorists, practitioners and researchers.

The course is focused around a creative studio hub and provides a supportive environment where you can develop your personal design agendas. MA Product and Furniture Design challenges perceptions around 'alternative living', exploring what else might be possible in a world already full of things.

Studio-based sessions are complemented by a virtual learning environment, giving you 24/7 online access to the latest information, course documentation and examples of previous student work.

Modules

Trimester 1: Realism and Conceptualism; Design Culture.

Trimester 2: Exploratory Research Practices; CoLAB.

Trimester 3: Major Project.

Assessment

Studies include structured, project based learning activities which develop creative, design and making skills, research and investigative abilities, evaluation and independent learning to an advanced level. It includes individual and group tutorials, tutor-led and student-led seminars, lectures, and workshops as well as report writing and project work.

Visit the MA Product and Furniture Design page on the Birmingham City University website for more details!

Entry Requirements

A good degree in product design or a closely related 3-dimensional design discipline, or equivalent qualifications. International / EU/ mature students (+21) with alternative qualifications and/or substantial work experience are considered on their merits/portfolio. Non-English speakers ideally should have IELTS 6.0 overall. However, applicants may apply with lower IELTS if they successfully participate in the BCU pre-sessional English language courses that are delivered just before the main programme begins. As a minimum, applicants should have a portfolio demonstrating their critical thinking, technical abilities and creative process in a range of media.

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