The programme has established a world-class reputation across industry, research and teaching. We have strong connections to the UK and global design economy and our tutors are collaborating on research and industrial projects with global design consultancies.
How you will be taught
Teaching will be delivered through lectures, workshops, practical work and e-learning materials. Typically, teaching will happen in the studio, where staff and students will work together on specific issues and problems, and where students will be held responsible to drive their learning through effective interaction with tutors, peers and others. However, academic support and guidance will be provided through regular group tutorials and individual drop-in appointments.
How you will be assessed
There are no examinations associated with this programme. Assessment comes from the completion of coursework produced during each module. This may include practical work, written assignments and oral presentations.
What you will study
Accelerator Creative Technologies Changing Populations Prototyping: Insights to Innovation Interdisciplinary Research Project Studio Practice: Independent Project
Graduates from Product Design have gone on to have successful careers in fields such as:
consumer electronics sports equipment medical products automotive industry large and small businesses independent consultancies in the UK and abroad
Honours degree at 2.1 or above in a creative or technical discipline (e.g. product design, industrial design, engineering, architecture, computer science etc.), although applicants with other qualifications or relevant professional experience will also be considered. You will provide a short story about you and your interest in product design and upload a portfolio of 3D based design/technology work. IELTS of 6.0 or equivalent (if first language is not English.)
UK/EU 2016-2017 £4,500 OS 2016-2017 £12,950
Recipient: University of Dundee
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