To respond to industry requirements and to build on our international reputation for excellence in design education, the MRes in Design is no longer available but is being replaced by an exciting new Masters.
We've used our extensive experience to develop a radical post-disciplinary programme for practitioners who want to push the boundaries of what design can be and do: the MA in Design: Expanded Practice.
Open for applications for 2017 entry, the programme will challenge the role and norms of traditional design towards an emerging type of 'advanced design', unshackled from the history of specialisms and entrenched methods. You'll situate yourself within one of six thematic Studios, each with a distinct identity:
- Cities & Urbanism
- Communication & Experience
- Fashion & Embodiment
- Innovation & Service
- Interaction & Technology
- Participation & Politics
Find out more about the MA in Design: Expanded Practice.
1st in the UK for Design for the second year running (Guardian University Guide League Tables 2017)
11th in the world for Design (QS World University Rankings by Subject 2016)