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  • Objectives
    Designer makers are encouraged to cultivate an individual interpretation of design issues. Our course has a strong profile in the field, dealing with contemporary themes, materials and cultural directions. You will be able to become a creative practitioner with the autonomy to explore the nature of your own design creativity.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements Art and Design Foundation, BTEC, National Diploma or equivalent accepted. Normally applicants attend an interview and present their portfolio. Alternatively, A level/AS level/Vocational A level: normally 220-300 points.
  • Academic Title
    BA Designer Maker
  • Course description
    BA Designer Maker


    Three Dimensional Design Designer Maker Year 1

        * Introductory studio projects and design culture seminars
        * You will have freedom to explore, experiment and innovate with materials and processes, developing an individual design approach
        * Choose from a range of projects reflecting the variety of design topics available in the specialist fields
        * Drawing, visual research and studio practice are important components of creative design work
        * The integration of computers and related technologies is available alongside hands-on materials work

    Three Dimensional Design Designer Maker Year 2

        * Study evolves through practical projects linked to a design culture programme, giving you a thorough grounding in the specialist concerns relevant to designer makers

    Three Dimensional Design Designer Maker Year 3

        * Gain an insight into external/professional contexts, allowing you to process and manage your work, gaining a diverse knowledge and relevant skills
        * Develop a major project, personal portfolio, a final exhibition, and participate in national events such as the New Designers Exhibition at the Business Design Centre, London

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