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Advanced Degree In Product Design

FDModa - LCI Barcelona
Campus 4 years September 2017 Spain Barcelona

Superior Artistic Design Degree specializing in product design is an overall objective to provide [+]

Best Part time Bachelors in Product Design 2017. Language of instruction: Spanish Would you like to learn new techniques such as 3D printing or digital products? To conceive functional, aesthetic, ethical and sustainable designs? Study a Degree in Product Design, University Degree equivalent internationally recognized. - Receive academic training structured in four years with an option to Mention Specialty. - Immerse yourself in the culture of product innovation. Emphasis on digital product design. Meet the newest techniques and production methods, such as 3D printing. - Practical learning tailored to the needs of the market. Project methodology. - Enjoy fully equipped with the latest software classrooms. - Small groups and personal attention from professors with professional experience in the field of product design that will help you develop your potential and achieve your goals. GOALS Superior Artistic Design Degree specializing in Product Design The general goal to provide qualified training designers to fully immerse them in the culture of product innovation, with special emphasis on the design of digital product. Great importance to developing effective for the analysis of the environmental impact of products methods also will be awarded. The profile of the product designer is that of a professional by techniques, research methods and design processes can generate new concepts and innovation in product design, being aware of the positive social impact of the design, its impact on improving the quality of life and the environment and its ability to generate identity, innovation and quality in production. [-]

Bachelor In Interior Design

LCI Monterrey
Campus 3 years May 2017 Mexico Monterrey

LCI will prepare to build, equip and adapt spaces according to the current needs of the world. We promote awareness about the environment, conservation of buildings of historic value and [+]

9 tetramestres (3 years) in LCI prepare you to build, equip and adapt spaces according to the current needs of the world. We promote awareness about the environment, conservation of buildings of historic and architectural value; we firmly believe that we must provide a solution to sustainable development, technological interdependence and globalization of economies. Curriculum Theory of Color Technical Drawing I Art History I Creativity and innovation Observational Drawing Interior design I Visual expression I I visual language Formative research Applying color Materials and finishes I Autocad History of furniture I Accounting principles Sustainable architecture Hist. Interior design I Dimensional organization Photography Lighting Prérequis High school diploma or high school | School Date de(s) rentrée September | January | May [-]

Bachelor of Arts in Product Design

NewSchool of Architecture and Design
Campus 4 years July 2017 USA San Diego

Design permeates our world: the objects we live with, the cars we drive, the way we punch keys of our smartphones. Our degree in product design explores these multifaceted applications and teaches you how to think in a way that solves design problems. As a product designer, you will combine art, science and technology to create innovative products and services. [+]

Design permeates our world: the objects we live with, the cars we drive, the way we punch keys of our smartphones. Our degree in product design explores these multifaceted applications and teaches you how to think in a way that solves design problems. As a product designer, you will combine art, science and technology to create innovative products and services.

 

Offered through Domus Academy of School of Design at NewSchool in San Diego. Students have the opportunity to spend a semester at Domus Academy in Milan. There, Italian design is studied through contemporary perspectives to learn and create innovative products. The relationship of this program prepares students to become designers in a global context. ... [-]


Bachelor in Product Design

University of Minho - School of Arquitecture
Campus 3 years September 2017 Portugal Guimarães

The range of products and services that a Product Designer works in is very broad: from sporting goods to packaging, from small domestic devices to transport vehicles, from the corporate identity of a company to an innovative service to improve the quality of life of old people, etc. [+]

Academic degree: Bachelor (Bologna 1st cycle degree) ECTS: 180 Duration: 6 curricular semesters Regime: Normal Place: Azurém Campus, Guimarães Main Scientific area: Design BACHELOR | 3 YEARS The Bachelor of Product Design provides an increasingly deepening learning across the study plan, based on the project activity, with the support of design as an instrument of conception and representation, and theory and history which stimulate the reflection on the practice of Product Design. The knowledge of the capabilities and limitations of the main materials and manufacturing technologies associated with them should lead to innovative solutions and the ability to develop integrated projects, from design to manufacturing, assembly, distribution and end of life. Careers The range of knowledge and skills acquired throughout the programme, together with the continuing practice of team project work, will prepare versatile professionals who will easily integrate the job market. Students, now professionals, will be able to exercise their professional activity as product designers and product marketing experts, at the service of industrial enterprises, design offices, government organizations, among others. In addition, and similarly to what occurs in some European programmes, the skills acquired throughout the academic years will make possible that a significant part of graduated students in Product Design start their own business. [-]

Bachelor of Design specialising in Jewellery Design

Inscape Education Group
Campus 3 years February 2017 South Africa Cape Town Durban Midrand Pretoria + 2 more

Jewellery Designers translate cultural meaning and individual values into beautiful tangible objects. Jewellery Designers interpret trends and styles by tapping into creative culture, art and fashion. Jewellery designers have a broad understanding of the tension between aesthetics, market needs, social dynamics and business success. [+]

Best Part time Bachelors in Product Design 2017. Jewellery Designers translate cultural meaning and individual values into beautiful tangible objects. Jewellery Designers interpret trends and styles by tapping into creative culture, art and fashion. Jewellery designers have a broad understanding of the tension between aesthetics, market needs, social dynamics and business success. Inscape Jewellery Designers learn about traditional visualisation techniques fused with new technologies, materials and production methods. They become competent in operating professional hardware and software tools, while experimenting with new innovations in the jewellery design field. Graduates enter their profession as Studio Jewellery Designers (from concept, prototyping to production), Visualisation / draugting specialists (providing technical solutions and graphic renderings) and Product Managers (coordinating the process of designing, creating and marketing). Inscape Jewellery Designers receive a solid grounding in understanding human science and how it relates to the jewellery design field – setting them up as thought leaders in this culturally and economically rich industry. Consumables cost 1st year (+-R1000) **estimates only Continuous project based assessment Digital and print portfolio submissions in 2nd and 3rd year Final years graduate in December Degree candidates can go on to apply for post graduate studies pending they meet the application and entrance requirements of the relevant Institution. Our programmes are quality assured and standardised across all Inscape campuses nationally. You can enrol for our Bachelor of Design programme at any campus to complete your 1st year. Students who are accepted into certain degree specialisation programmes might be required to complete their 2nd and 3rd year studies at another specialised Inscape campus. What is included in the course MacBook * optional Wacom tablet Software licenses (as per programme requirements) Prescribed textbooks 1st year preliminary art equipment Online library subscription Digital study guides and courseware Internet connectivity Excluded Monthly consumables Digital camera Course Information Year 1 FUNDAMENTAL DESIGN 1st year – DESIGN SKILLS Developing fundamental design skills to create design savvy critical thinkers. Developing foundational Drawing Skills, Basic Material and Manufacturing awareness, Digital Image Making, Communication, Software and Leadership skills to create well rounded designers fit for any design industry. Developing an awareness of the integrated nature of design, advancing the unique thinking of our students. Introducing an appreciation for Design History. Establishing fundamental building blocks for creative problem solving. Course Information Year 2 DISCIPLINE SPECIFIC 2nd year – DESIGN KNOWLEDGE Discipline Specific knowledge will be developed through creative processing and ergonomic and cultural considerations in jewellery and adornment design. The relationship between sensory perceptions, objects and space will be explored as well as the style and technical properties of both commercial and high-end fine jewellery. Applying theory to practice through an understanding of the historical context and investigating the artistic and commercial world of jewellery based on a variety of approaches and cultural issues. Traditional and contemporary Jewellery design materials and techniques are explored. Advancing software skills and technical knowledge through an introduction to software programmes that assist in jewellery design and rendering imaginary geometric volumes. Developing an understanding of the business of design through the awareness of the South African jewellery industry and understanding jewellery business theories, economic systems, business systems and the context of culture and consumption Course Information Year 3 SPECIALISATION 3rd year – DESIGN STYLE Developing a signature design style by understanding environmental sustainability and using jewellery as an expressive language through original, coherent and effective jewellery design solutions. Visualisation and understanding the complexity of symbols and signs will further assist in developing a unique design style using innovation in jewellery through the exploration of both traditional and non-traditional mediums. Developing advance knowledge and expert skills by exercising rendering techniques and establishing distinctive artistic attributes of jewellery. Architectural and functional knowledge will further assist in industrial prototyping and the understanding of convergence in technology and machinery will assist in industry readiness. Awareness of the latest design technologies and innovations through practice in software assisting in sculpting and digital rendering. Developing an understanding of the guidelines and principles involved in running a design business. Promoting business vision, mission and values give graduates the confidence and ‘know-how’ to start their own design initiatives based on a foundational knowledge of strategic development, marketing strategies, importance of branding and managing finances. More about the bachelor of Design Degree (B.DES) This three-year full time qualification produces professional designers equipped for a rewarding career in design. Students qualifying can practise as junior designers or study towards an Honours Degree. As this qualification is universal, it applies to a variety of design disciplines, including fashion design, interior design, graphic design, multimedia design, jewellery design, industrial design, product design, spatial design, design research, design writing and design for the environment. Traditionally, the various fields within design and design education have been separated. Public and private Higher Education schools have offered all sorts of qualifications. Our Bachelor of Design qualification aligns industry standards and educates designers following common guidelines. It also implements the long-awaited minimum standards for designers of all disciplines. Design is globally recognised as a profession. Worldwide, designers are required to have at least a three-year qualification. Inscape offers the Bachelor of Design Degree with common competencies and specialisations through elective subjects. The first year of the Bachelor of Design provides a foundation in design thinking, constructs and visual communication, photography, material studies, image making and design history, communication studies, leadership and unique thinking and software includes basics in Adobe products. We love that our students learn alongside aspiring designers of other disciplines. This kind of exposure blows a student’s design perspective wide open and teaches relevance and appropriateness in terms of design solutions within the business world. At the end of the first year, students are required to select their chosen stream as a specialisation of their future career choice. Our students love the fact that they have a full year to become fully entrenched in the world of design. They attest to the fact that when they make their final decision regarding a chosen specialisation that they do so with confidence and fully informed. Second and third year are intense. Each specialisation stream is packed with knowledge and technical skill required of the respective discipline. Our students however, are well prepared in the first year and enter into the senior years equipped with the ability to think critically and apply themselves effectively. Our success rates are a testimony to the fact that our unique approach to teaching design, works. [-]

Bachelor in Materials Science and Product Design

VIA University College
Campus 7 semesters September 2017 Denmark Herning

The bachelor programme in Materials Science and Product Design is a 3½-year full-time programme taught in English, which enables you to work with materials and manufacturing processes in the fashion and furniture business. You get expert knowledge of new and innovative materials and insight into modern processing technology. Apart from that you get insight into modern processing technology, thus you can be part of... [+]

Bachelor in Materials Science and Product Design The bachelor programme in Materials Science and Product Design is a 3½-year full-time programme taught in English, which enables you to work with materials and manufacturing processes in the fashion and furniture business. You get expert knowledge of new and innovative materials and insight into modern processing technology. Apart from that you get insight into modern processing technology, thus you can be part of optimising aspects when it comes to techniques, product design, product development process, economics, and production in manufacturing companies. The programme takes place in Herning in collaboration with the engineering training programmes at VIA and the University of Aarhus in Herning (AU Herning). Content and Structure The studies are based on theory as well as projects. Through different projects you develop your ability to collaborate as well as develop and manage projects. Our workshops and laboratory offers the opportunity to test your theoretical competences in a practical manner. During your studies you will experience a close contact with companies from the textile or furniture industry i.e. through guest lectures, company visits, a trainee period and projects. The programme stretches over seven semesters. The course structure is based on common subjects and a range of subjects based on your speciality, i.e. textile or furniture. Furthermore, you get to test your skills in a trainee period on the fifth semester. Below you will see a list of subject areas that runs across the semesters. On the 5th semester of this programme, you will have the opportunity of gaining practical experience during a work placement period, while the 7th will focus mainly on your final bachelor project. Career Opportunities As a Material Technology Engineer you have the competences to enter a wide range of jobs. For instance, you can work with product development, financial management, development and research on new materials, purchasing of new materials and products, and disposals and consultancy on materials and processes. You job title could either be a furniture engineer, textile engineer, product developer, controller, sourcer or material, process consultant etc. Admission Requirements VIA University College will accept applications from international students having a: Upper Secondary School Examination The International and the European Baccalaureates Vocational education within business Other equivalent certificates or professional qualifications The above certificates must provide evidence of: Mathematics corresponding to a Danish A-level (advanced level) Physics corresponding to a Danish B-level (intermediate level) or Earth Sciences at Danish A level Chemistry corresponding to a Danish C level (pre-intermediate level) or Biotechnology corresponding to a Danish A-level (advanced level) English language proficiency corresponding to a Danish B-level (intermediate level Duration and Price Start date: September 2016 Duration: 3.5 years Price: 46.000 EUR (Applicable in full to non-EU citizens) Campus/Place: Herning [-]

Bachelor of Design (Product)

Otago Polytechnic
Campus Part time 3 - 6 years February 2017 New Zealand Dunedin

Embark on this hands-on qualification, offered by one of New Zealand's most innovative and progressive design schools, and prepare for a career in an exciting and diverse [+]

Best Part time Bachelors in Product Design 2017. Want to play your part in designing our future? Interested in a human-centred and sustainable approach to the design of products, services and systems for commercial, industrial and community use? Embark on this hands-on qualification, offered by one of New Zealand's most innovative and progressive design schools, and prepare for a career in an exciting and diverse industry. As the world population increases, so does the demand for creative and practical designers and your ability to find solutions to material problems will be sought after. Employment opportunities will arise in a broad range of areas and you could choose to pursue a career as an in-house designer for an industry, a design consultant, Technology Teacher, CAD Specialist or you could start your own entrepreneurial design business. With hard work and motivation, you could even step up into specialist or management roles. Acquire the technical, practical and conceptual skills required to fulfil the cultural, ecological and economic implications of your role as a product designer. Explore human-centred approaches, sustainability frameworks, manufacturing processes and aesthetic considerations to enhance your concepts and ideas. Enjoy a balanced curriculum of theoretical content and studio-based practical projects and design a wide range of products and services such as furniture, jewellery and sports gear. Benefit from our modern workshop facilities, up-to-date CAD suites and the chance to showcase your talent. International: NZD 21,270 (first year) FAQ/Answers What is the minimum/maximum age to apply? There is no maximum age to apply, provided that you are a genuine student. Usually, students beginning their programmes are at least 18 years of age. How long will my study take? Undergraduate degrees are three years, diplomas are usually two years and certificates are one year. Graduate and postgraduate qualifications can take one to two years to complete. What about international recognition? All of our qualifications are recognised internationally. You are able to take your Otago Polytechnic undergraduate degree and apply to other national and international tertiary institutions for graduate and postgraduate study. How much can I earn as a student? Those students who are eligible to work while studying may get causal jobs in areas like hospitality or other service industries. Your hourly wage is likely to be between NZD$13-15. What do I need for my student visa? Your Otago Polytechnic Offer of Place letter. This letter means you have been accepted to study. It also states your course fee, which you must pay first to your nearest New Zealand embassy, consulate or immigration office. You will then receive a receipt of payment from us. You must submit these two documents (your Offer of Place and your receipt of fees), along with evidence that you have sufficient funds for living expenses, and a return international air ticket or evidence of sufficient funds to buy one, to your nearest New Zealand embassy, consulate or immigration office. For programmes longer than 24 months, you will also need to provide very recent medical and x-ray certificates. If you are over 17 years of age, you will need a police certificate to show that you are of good character. See the New Zealand Immigration website for more details. Streamlined visa applications now open! If you are an international student who will apply for your student visa from outside of New Zealand, you might be eligible for the streamlined visa process offered by Immigration New Zealand (INZ). This allows your visa application to be processed faster by INZ because Otago Polytechnic nominates you as a suitable candidate (INZ will decide the outcome and the processing time). Once you have received your Offer of Place from Otago Polytechnic, you may apply for a streamlined visa nomination letter from us. For more information and to submit an application, click here. What happens when I finish my degree? Students who have completed their degree in the normal time and have a job offer related to their studies can apply for a work visa for another two years. This entitles you to work in the job you have been offered, and may help you qualify for residence. What about applying for New Zealand residency? If you meet the requirements of the current immigration policy in New Zealand, it is possible for you to apply for residence at any time. Immigration policy encourages students who have completed their degree in New Zealand to apply for permanent residence. Is there an application fee? No. How long does it take to apply? We suggest you apply at least three to four months before your programme starts so that you are organised to arrive on time. What do I need to include in my application? Your English language test results: IELTS, TOEFL or TOIEC. We also require certified copies of any academic results you have from your overseas high school or university. We may also require your curriculum vitae or a portfolio, depending on your programme entry requirements. Skills required Creativity and vision A passion for design The ability to see an idea through from concept to reality Practical ability The ability to communicate your ideas to others An interest in people and the world around you. Entry Requirements International students will be individually assessed to ensure they meet degree-level entry requirements. If English is not your first language, you must also demonstrate English language skills equivalent to an IELTS overall band score (academic) of 6.0, with no less than 6.0 in writing and speaking, and no less than 5.5 in reading and listening. Portfolio note Your portfolio should: Be a comprehensive review of your current design achievements, potential and commitment. We are looking for evidence that you are able to be original, versatile and enterprising and that you are committed to creative study in your chosen design field. Within the portfolio: Your portfolio should include work that you feel best represents your creativity and demonstrates your knowledge of and passion for your chosen field of study. It may contain photographs, small original works, sketches, and whatever you feel is visually informative about you and your abilities as a potential fashion/communication/interiors/product designer. Please include process work for some pieces (2-3 approximately). This could include drawings, sources of inspiration, comments etc which demonstrate the development of an idea, i.e. that you are able to develop and research an idea through to a finished design. e.g. painting, graphic work, garment, photograph, a creative textile work or 3-dimensional design, appropriate to your chosen field of study. For secondary school students this work can be anything completed over the last year and may be work that you are developing for NCEA Level 3 portfolios. We do not require finished NCEA boards but you may wish to include development work for these. We would like to see work that has been done as part of class or group projects, but also work which has been self-initiated, and demonstrates interest in your chosen field of study. Portfolio format The portfolio should be in a format appropriate to the work you are showing, i.e. digital (CD) or physical. As a guide, we expect at least 10 X A4 or A3 sheets – a clear binder is a good way to protect your work unless, of course, your portfolio is on CD or being sent by email. If you wish to include garments/samples in your portfolio, please consider providing photographs of your work instead. We have limited storage space and do not wish to risk damage to your work. Please note there is a 15MB file size limit for the portfolio if you are applying online. Cover letter Explain why you have chosen to apply for the selected programme. This letter should communicate your interest in the discipline and discuss what steps you have already taken to increase your chances of being accepted onto the programme. Please include Curriculum Vitae and your career goals in this letter and any other relevant information. Delivery of your portfolio Please courier or hand-deliver your portfolio to the address below (enclosing a self-addressed, postage-paid courier package in order for your work to be returned after consideration): Customer Services Otago Polytechnic F Block, Forth Street Dunedin 9016 Attn: Student Administrator for Design We look forward to receiving your application as soon as possible. Applications are preferred by 30 November (late applications are accepted based on the availability of places in the programme). Selection procedure Selected applicants may be invited to an interview, where they will be invited to discuss their portfolio. Eligible applicants will be selected using a range of identified criteria. Should the number of applicants who meet the selection process requirements exceed the available places, the professional judgement of staff will be used to determine those given immediate entry and those placed on a waiting list. Applicants who do not meet the acceptance criteria will be directed to a path of study to prepare them for application the following year. Provisional Entry: A school leaver or an adult applicant who does not meet all of the entry criteria may be given provisional entry to Year One at the discretion of the Head of Department. Those who successfully complete and pass Year one will be deemed to have met entry requirements and provisional status will be removed. The interview panel will consist of lecturers who teach on the course along with an academic leader from the department. Applicants will be selected on merit using professional judgement on the basis of their portfolio of work, and evidence of creativity and ability to take a concept through to a model stage and who demonstrate ability to undertake design study at degree level. Successful applicants are all informed before the end of the year and are sent detailed information on enrolment procedures, loans, starting dates for the following year and any information that might be required to facilitate a smooth introduction to the programme. Additional documentation You must supply certified copies of proof of identify, academic records, proof of residency (where appropriate) and curriculum vitae. Additional costs A list of equipment, textbooks and resources which must be purchased for this programme are available from the School of Design. Further study options Continue your learning with our graduate or postgraduate programmes in Design or Art, or increase your career options with a graduate teacher training programme. Programme specific risks Prior to enrolment, you are advised of the programme specific risks in workshops and CAD rooms. This information is provided by way of discussion at interview and written notification with acceptance and you will be required to undertake training before independent use of many types of equipment in workshops and studios. Risks include wood, metal, plastics, textiles, painting plant and equipment. You will be required to attend Otago Polytechnic training sessions in first aid and computer health and safety and will have significant exposure to working conditions in relevant design software. Studying at the school of design Offering small class sizes in immersive studio environments, the School of Design provides you with numerous chances to showcase your creative talent. You will be frequently involved in talks, exhibitions, and events, with the year culminating in the 'Excite' exhibition, a highlight on the Otago Polytechnic calendar. Choose to study product design and gain practical experience in our workshop facilities and modern CAD suites. The Design School also houses year group studios, a gallery space and we have access to the innovation workSpace. innovation workSpace is a commercial product design and development centre and academic research facility meeting international standards. It is able to facilitate the production of prototypes at all levels of the product design and development process and is set up with a wide range of the latest equipment including a CNC 3 axis router, CNC milling and turning, 3D rapid manufacturing, water jet cutter, laser cutting and engraving, and full 3D scanning and reverse engineering. It is a business enabler, matching academic rigour with enterprise, business, production and management, and is a showcase for applied design, creativity and innovative endeavour. The School of Design also enjoys strong and frequent links to the local, national and international design community. You will benefit from ongoing networks and opportunities through these associations which will allow you to form contacts within the industry, while at the same time earning credits towards your degree. No matter what your discipline, we offer you the chance to work with 'real' clients, creating design-based solutions and services. Your workload There is an emphasis throughout the three year programme on the development of independent learning skills. This is reflected in the decrease of directed hours over the three years with an expectation that, by the end of year three, you will be an independent learner. Hours are allocated as follows, based on a 32 week academic year: YEAR Directed (Class Contact Hours) Approximate Hours Per Week Self-Directed Hours (Non- Class Contact) Approximate Hours Per Week YEAR 1 573 18 627 19.5 YEAR 2 474 15 726 22.5 YEAR 3 435 13.5 765 24 [-]

Bachelor in Graphic Arts & Design

Groupe ESC Troyes in Champagne
Campus 3 years September 2017 France Troyes

The bachelor program offers several internships and pedagogical projects with companies for general design careers through three options: Communication Design, Product Design, or Space Design. [+]

Groupe ESC Troyes School of Design trains students for design careers. The bachelor program offers several internships and pedagogical projects with companies for general design careers through three options: Communication Design, Product Design, or Space Design. Accessible after a high school diploma, the School of Design provides three-year training in creative and design careers. The training is based on simple, solid principles of creative openness and the mastery of technical tools connected with the business world. Teaching is based on the acquisition of essential basics and new materials in design in order to develop students’ creativity and its concrete application. This Bachelor requires a sufficient grounding in French and in English. 3 YEARS TO DEVELOP YOUR CREATIVE POTENTIAL Year 1 Year 1 is dedicated to waken curiosity and develop imagination; Students conclude their first year with a 1-month internship. Courses examples: Design Culture, Fundamentals Tools of Design, Economic Culture, Individual and team projects, History of Art and Architecture, History of Applied Arts, Semiology, Expressive design, Drawing live models, Designing space, Calligraphy, Typography, Theory of color, Page layout, Visual Identity, Volume, General Economics, Business Economics, Basics in Marketing, Marketing Design, I.T. Environment, Word processing, Photoshop©, Illustrator©, Acrobat©, In Design©, … Year 2 Year 2 is based on acquiring deeper professional knowledge in design and choosing a major between : Communication Design, Product Design and Space Design. Students are entitled to experience professional internship in France or abroad (5 months minimum - between the end of year 2 and the beginning of year 3). Year 3 The last year of the Bachelor aims at reinforcing skills and prepares students for either professional life or continuing at Master’s level in Global Design. Note: Students applying directly into year 3 have a specific curriculum. [-]

Engineering In Industrial Design And Product Development

Universidad CEU - Cardenal Herrera
Campus 4 years Open Enrollment Spain Moncada

- European Design in Spain - projective approach the degree. Very little engineering. All applied, little calculation. - Very practical Race workshop, models, computer, drawing. - Very good relationship with companies and design studios. - European design. Trip to the Milan Furniture Fair (which organized the students). - Mandatory practices in fourth grade. Optional since second grade. - Groups of small and personalized work - Facilities with machine shops, 3D robot, 3D printing, laser cutting, painting booth, sitting polish, etc. - Training in graphic design complementing the training. - Teachers professional designers. - Access to Master. Our offer includes Master of Graphic Design, Product Design and Interior Design. [+]

Best Part time Bachelors in Product Design 2017. If you want more information you can contact us at: 00.34.96.136.90.23 or international@uchceu.es You can also access the application form by clicking here: https://intranet.uchceu.es/formulario/admision/admision.html [-]

BA/BSc Product Design

Cardiff Metropolitan University
Campus 3 years August 2017 United Kingdom Cardiff

Your studies may take the form of either a BA or BSc in Product Design, with the option to switch from one to the other at the end of Level 4, once your interests and aspirations have become more defined. Irrespective of this choice, your studies will involve you learning the product development process, from concept to production. [+]

A Product Designer solves problems by conceptualising ideas and, through a systematic process of testing and evaluation, takes them forward towards a fully realised product suitable for manufacture. To do this, they require an array of skills and talents, including a heightened analytic ability, an inquisitive engagement with form and function, and a deep knowledge of materials and technologies. Your studies may take the form of either a BA or BSc in Product Design, with the option to switch from one to the other at the end of Level 4, once your interests and aspirations have become more defined. Irrespective of this choice, your studies will involve you learning the product development process, from concept to production. We take a creative, user-centred approach to design, through observing, listening and testing user-response to products. You will have access to a very wide range of workshop facilities and can develop skills in both traditional and unusual technologies. Working in specialist design studios, you will gain a practical understanding of a wide range of materials. On the BA Product Design, the focus is more on the intellectual and creative skills required to develop objects of purpose, beauty and social relevance. You will be positioned to understand the user, not least in relation to the forms and functions of objects in social groups and diverse cultural situations. In the BSc Product Design, the focus is more on technical and engineering issues and be concerned with design for manufacture and assembly. You will have the chance to develop your logistical and intellectual skills, especially those needed for problem solving and product development. ​The structure of both courses offers you the opportunity to gather strong business perspective, undertake a work placement within industry, carry out research with one of our Professors and research staff, or travel to study Product Design in countries where the traditions and culture are very different. In the third year, Product Design students can elect to undertake design projects and a dissertation, preparing the way for your choice of career on graduation. The choice is yours, and it is there to help realise your ambitions – whether they are to continue your personal development through further study, build an audience for your work, work in industry, join an agency, or build the beginnings of your client list. Course Content The focus of the degree is not only to develop you as a student and critical thinker, but to inspire your growth into a multi skilled and intellectual designer. These attributes, which are dependent on one another, combined with practical experience and an understanding of the product design industry, will form the beginning of your career, and stand you in the strongest possible position to carry yourself forward. The Product Design programme is taught by a dedicated team of academics and practicing designers; staff interests and research areas range from prototyping, user-centered design, critical design, and brand form development, to lighting, joinery and contemporary furniture. The BA and BSc product design courses are structured to be delivered over 3 years with 3 modules per year entitled 'Subject', 'Field' and 'Constellation.' Employability and Careers Whilst your learning is designed to develop you into a rounded and capable artist/designer and intellectual, your curriculum is similarly structured with your potential in mind. As such, the emphasis that will have been placed upon your work ethic, both creatively and academically, is matched with significant focus on real world experience; from building contacts and undertaking placements to live briefs and, should you choose so, support in forming your own business. You can elect to take a route through your second and final years of studies where you can engage with businesses or launch your own for the moment you graduate. In your final year, rather than submit a dissertation, you have the option of devising a detailed business plan. Throughout your time at CSAD, you will be meeting and hearing from professionals within your industry, honing your skills and ideas for commercial and professional advantage. Cross-disciplinary projects will prepare you for teamwork later on, whilst live briefs will prepare you for deadlines and the demands of tight specifications. [-]

Official Undergraduate Degree in Product Design

IED – Istituto Europeo di Design Barcelona
Campus 4 years September 2017 Spain Barcelona

The Undergraduate Degree in Product Design (240 ECTS) prepares professionals who can develop projects of technological and technical nature, from consumer electronics or capital goods, to furniture, lighting or decoration objects. [+]

Best Part time Bachelors in Product Design 2017. THIS PROGRAM IS TAUGHT IN ENGLISH The Undergraduate Degree in Product Design (240 ECTS) prepares professionals who can develop projects of technological and technical nature, from consumer electronics or capital goods, to furniture, lighting or decoration objects. Physical and functional characteristics are taught to obtain a product to be manufactured industrially and perform as intended with the highest efficiency and quality. Also acquirement of skills to value and solve problems, needs and requirements affecting the formalization of a product, determining its industrial quality and proper integration into the market. Lastly, the comprehension that design is not only recommendable for companies to improve their efficiency and profitability: it also has a social function, because its intervention conditions environment quality and people’s life. Professional outcomes: Product designer, urban furniture, products for mobility, packaging, home accessories, material research, 3D modeller, merchandising, etc. The Undergraduate Degree in Product Design offers a formative path where students learn to comprehend and anticipate market demands, working with business intents and translating them into a defined project to be carried out industrially. It promotes the relevance of concept itself, to foresee trends and consumer styles, thanks to the understanding of market exigencies. It also provides knowledge of materials and production technologies in order to carry out the projects. Beyond the theoretical comprehension of the project, students focus on analysis of technologies, ergonomics and usability. The first year is focused on acquiring basic concepts of design, culture and project methods. Students learn to dare to create and communicate. The second year is concentrated on developing one’s own creativity individually, and starting to study the speciality tools, such as: modelling, productive, mechanical and digital systems, sketch and storytelling, Rhino, Cad and communication using Illustrator, Photoshop and oral communication. The third year means the beginning of collaborations with companies and new, more technical and complex projects, with prototypes and real costs. Work is developed in transversal teams composed by students of Product, Interior and Transportation design. In addition, new materials will be studied such as sustainable or technological materials, nanomaterials, etc. During the fourth year students take a compulsory intership in a company and each one chooses a professional profile. Creative management acquires a great relevance through project management and rethinking, modifying and refining projects to respond properly to users’ and market’s needs. Lastly, the degree final project is developed in collaboration with real companies, where prototypes are produced. In successful cases, those prototypes will evolve and manufacture to be launched into the market. [-]

BA In Interior And Equipment Design

Castelo Branco University of Applied Sciences
Campus 3 years September 2017 Portugal Castelo Branco

Acquire knowledge and skills able to guide the student in project-practice | Encouraging creative conceptual attitude by students in response to a functional and symbolic program, incorporating in their projects regulatory requirements and ergonomic | Make use of fundamental procedural methodologies to translate ideas and reach solutions, including the design, graphically exploring the representation of interiors and their furnishings, lighting, materials, supplemented by the models feature | Apply sustainable solutions from an environmental point of view and recycling of pre-existing elements | Sustaining the solutions projective through appropriate technical representation to ensure its implementation on site. [+]

Goals Staff training in specific areas of interior design, able to integrate design engineering interior design of furniture and equipment, window dressing and performing the show, particularly in the area of ​​scenography Career - Creative Director - Interior Designer - model maker - Set Designer - window dresser - Decorator - Designer furniture and equipment Entrance Examinations Candidates must perform one of the following tests: - Drawing or - Descriptive Geometry or - History of Culture and Arts. [-]

Bachelor in Product Design

Willem de Kooning Academy
Campus September 2017 Netherlands Rotterdam

Product Design is about constantly examining the relationship between products and their users. There are all sorts of products and they are everywhere, from the purely functional to those that make a statement. [+]

Best Part time Bachelors in Product Design 2017. Product Design is about constantly examining the relationship between products and their users. There are all sorts of products and they are everywhere, from the purely functional to those that make a statement. Emerging new technologies are triggering debate about the foundations of existing ideas about product design, use and the product economy. The free use of new distribution and production opportunities are creating major opportunities for product designers now. At its core, product design is about questioning and redefining what already exists. This is why, as a product designer, you develop meaning and think about appearance. An important part of your course is discovering and developing materials, often new ones, and production processes by literally ‘getting your hands dirty’. You could even go one step further: to not be afraid to dismantle the existing, both in a physical and a conceptual sense as well as in terms of production and distribution. In doing so, you develop new ideas and ways of use; you dive deeply into the consequences of designing in practice. Examples are aspects such as environmental and social sustainability. As a product designer, you are thus not limited to existing instruments, but you either adapt these instruments or you design your own instruments. This goes beyond the product itself: product design is not limited to tangible things, but it can also result into a process or a service. In short, product designers are people who see themselves as experimental, research-driven, collaborative and entrepreneurial in imagining how products can change our future. Creating Pioneers Our successful Lifestyle alumni include: Suzanne van Beest (nominated for the Electrolux Design Lab Competition and listed in HOT100) and Isaac Monté (winner of the Drempel Award 2013 and the Henri Winkelman Award 2013; currently he is Head of the Department of Product Design at The Academy of Design in Colombo/Sri Lanka). PORTFOLIO CHECKLIST Are you … talented in visual arts? independent and responsible? dedicated and motivated? entrepreneurial? Then visit one of our Open Days or Open Evenings – and bring your portfolio! – and apply for admission. WHAT A selection of 10-15 works which were preceded by a creative process For example: designs, objects, photos, films, games, animations, fashion (accessories), furniture, models, drawings, posters, campaigns, paintings, usable artifacts and sculptures. You can publish and present all of this in a neat traditional portfolio folder, but you can also use different methods: 3D work can be brought in a (cardboard) box, digital work can be presented on a laptop or tablet. Please note: apart from these works, please show us some other things you created. Make a careful selection between the two. That way, we can assess to what extent you have an insight in your own qualities and your own work. [-]

Bachelor of Design (Industrial & Product Design)

Sharda University
Campus July 2017 India Greater Noida

Industrial and Product Designers create new products that enable people to live better lives, stimulate business and contribute to upkeep of welfare of communities. Through immersion in materials, fabrication processes, aesthetic consideration, and proactive social engagement, the Industrial & Product Design program cultivates the essential intellectual know-how and technical skills students need to explore the... [+]

Bachelor of Design (Industrial & Product Design) Industrial and Product Designers create new products that enable people to live better lives, stimulate business and contribute to upkeep of welfare of communities. Through immersion in materials, fabrication processes, aesthetic consideration, and proactive social engagement, the Industrial & Product Design program cultivates the essential intellectual know-how and technical skills students need to explore the growing roles of a professional product designer. Students learn about a variety of core aspects including user-centered design, technological and material innovation, inclusive design principles, ethnographic research, culturally specific methodologies, industry-sponsored product development, architectural and virtual interfaces, mass-market product design, and design for the public realm. Students master the fundamentals of computers, machinery, and tools while learning a variety of research and presentation techniques. The design programme’s interdisciplinary mode of inquiry examines Industrial & Product Design from social, cultural, historical, and economic perspectives, inculcating in the students an appreciation of the interrelationality of the design and the larger world. Eligibility Sr. Secondary (10+2) with 50% marks Proficiency in English communication NATA qualified students shall be preferred Career and Placement Once you complete the Bachelors of Design course with a concentration in Industrial & Product Design you could be a: Package Designer, Product Designer, Automobile Designer, Industrial Machines and Tool Designer, Signage Designer, Prop Designer, Exhibition Designer. Graduates from the Industrial & Product Design specialization could look to work with institutions like, TATA Motors, Maruti Suzuki, Ford, Chevrolet, Toyota, Honda, Phillips, Samsung, Nokia, Sony, Logitech, Apple, Siemens, Bosch, Whirlpool, Dell, IBM, Google, DMRC, Compaq, HP. Guidelines for Admissions Pre-qualification examination criteria for the Under Graduate programmes is Class 12th from any of the recognized boards of India. For foreign nationals, the pre qualification for the Under Graduate programmes is a certificate equivalent to Class 12th examination of the country and meeting the equivalence criteria of ‘Association of Indian University’. Pre-qualification criteria for the Post Graduate programmes is graduation from any recognized university in India. For foreign nationals, the pre-qualification criteria for the Post Graduate programmes is degree awarded by a University in a particular country and meeting the equivalence criteria of ‘Association of Indian Universities’. Applicants who have appeared for their final year graduation examinations in year 2015 may also apply for admission to Post Graduate programme. The University reserves its rights to judge the capability of a candidate through GD/PI before final admission. TOEFL/IELTS is compulsory for foreign nationals who do not have English as primary language in teaching and examination. To qualify for admission in Sharda University in its Under Graduate programme, the applicants must complete 17 years of age on 31st December of the academic year in which they are seeking admission. [-]

Industrial Design Engineering And Product Development

Universidad CEU - Cardenal Herrera
Campus Part time 4 years September 2017 Spain Valencia

General skills: Ability of analysis and synthesis, providing efficiency to decision-making, problem solving. Achieving this competency involves being able to gather analyze and synthesize relevant data, in order to make decisions that involve solving problems or detecting them, whether theoretical or practical, with the ultimate aim of transmitting the conclusions obtained. [+]

Best Part time Bachelors in Product Design 2017. Industrial Design Engineering and Product Development OFFICIAL TITLE: Degree in Industrial Design Engineering and Product Development DURATION / ECTS: 4 years / 240 ECTS SEATS / CAMPUS: 60 / Moncada - Alfara PLACE AT: Spanish LEARNING OUTCOMES general skills CG1. Capacity for analysis and synthesis, providing efficiency to decision-making, problem solving. Achieving this competency involves being able to gather analyze and synthesize relevant data, in order to make decisions that involve solving problems or detecting them, whether theoretical or practical, with the ultimate aim of transmitting the conclusions obtained. CG2. Ability to work in interdisciplinary teams, negotiation skills and consensus. Achieving this competency involves being able to integrate into organizations and work teams and lead them, be able to negotiate, manage and mediate the assumption of agreements from the goal of achieving more just and convenient to the proposed end solution; contributing assertively and respectful to the delimitation, planning and development objectives. CG3. Ability to investigate and relate the various areas of knowledge that converge in professional practice. Achieving this competition involves the acquisition of an overview of both problems and solutions, and the ability and capacity to relate different knowledge leading to more efficient and effective solutions to complex issues. Professionals required in a society like today must necessarily assume the complexity of the changes and, therefore, consideration of multiple variables that make optimal solutions. CG4. Self-learning ability, responsibility for own learning. Commitment to excellence. Achieving this competency involves being able to design a work plan and undertake its culmination in the allotted time, with perseverance and flexibility, anticipating and overcoming the difficulties encountered in their development and integrating the modifications required in the process development, professional and qualified way. CG5. Ability to adapt to technological changes. Sensitivity to the need for updating knowledge. Adapting to new situations. Achieving this competency involves being aware of the current situation and challenges, assuming the changes as a constant, assuming the need for continuous learning throughout life and the necessary adaptation to the professional environment varies so rapid and constant, and increasingly this trend will become clearer. CG6. ethics and professional integrity. active respect, both people and to the environment. Professional ethics. Attitude to propose sensible solutions to social needs and assess their impact. Achieving this competition implies an attitude of seeking truth from different orders of knowledge about human nature and dignity of the common people to all men and women, with particular attention to the ethical and moral implications . Respect and awareness in maintaining sustainable living conditions, with particular emphasis on environmental aspects. CG7. Being able to express themselves correctly and effectively both in Castilian, as in a foreign language. Achieving this competency involves being able to develop the skills to work proficiently and effectively, both in writing and orally, in the official language and in English, as the global language, and essentially, in third and fourth skills Languages. CG8. Having sound and strong about society and current culture criteria. Achieving this competition involves acquiring criteria for understanding and assessing the current society and culture, based on rigorous consideration of the present reality and its historical roots, allowing then to participate responsibly in social life. CG9. Being able to understand and synthesize complex propositions, critically, in the context in which they are presented. Achieving this competency involves being able to define, distinguish and relate both the basics and the premises on which the exposure of any argument is built, as well as to state and substantiate the content of synthetic and critically, in the context? scientific, political, media, organizational, etc. in which they are presented. Specific skills CE1. Capacity and instrumental skill that brings together the knowledge, familiarity and mastery of techniques and communication tools, techniques and systems of visual representation (drawing, advanced and specific software, layout and modeling). Acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to transform ideas and abstract concepts into recognizable formalisations in two and three dimensions. CE2. Ability to apply aesthetic design fundamentals: color, shape, structure, space, volume. Acquire and apply knowledge concerning the aesthetic-formal basis involved in graphics objects or media to be able to develop products. CE3. Capacity decision making criteria and choice of materials to design problems. Acquire and apply in the design process knowledge of the technical features, relating to materials and manufacturing processes necessary in the development of new industrial products. EC4. Ability to apply and integrate multidisciplinary knowledge: art history and design theory and design methodology, human sciences, economics and marketing, product communication, legal aspects, work organization, etc. Acquire and apply correctly balanced and knowledge concerning the various disciplines involved in the whole design process of development of new industrial products. CE5. Being able to communicate information, ideas, concepts, adapted to any design issues, solutions through the different visions of the discipline. Achieving this competition allows to adapt the skills and resources acquired to communicate to others both solutions and the factors involved throughout the product development process. The design professional must be able to effectively communicate aspects of their proposals. CE6. Analyze and solve design problems: analysis of the conditions and criteria definition, evaluation of uses and functions, ability to find alternative design solutions and evaluate them. Achieving this competition allows necessary to collect and interpret relevant to each project of Industrial Design and Development of new products research data. EC7. Being able to undertake and complete innovative projects autonomous, professional and qualified way. Achieving this competition allows autonomously assume the development of professional and qualified projects with a high degree of value and differentiation through innovative search. EC8. Capacity aesthetic and creative appreciation. Ability to innovate. Achieving this competition can apply and relate the expertise of the discipline by providing products designed for creativity and innovation. EC9. Capacity for experimentation. Achieving this competition allows to a complex context learned not provide solutions to new problems, if not be able skills acquired through experience new solutions to new problems in a completely new context also. CE10. Ability to project industrial products. Design methodological and cultural skills. Achieving this competition can take on the challenge of designing new products by applying the knowledge acquired, and an autonomous methodological and cultural implicit capacity in project processes. CE11. Ability to manage design and innovation. Integration into business strategies. Achieving this competition can register the professional activity in business environments that will take place, with the ability to integrate relevant activities with other business activities, with a strong manager component. The design every day, is a key strategic element for companies, design professional should be able to integrate and manage its business by knowledge of business dynamics. CE12. To provide students with a competitive and professional profile that integrates the latest design criteria, communication and application. Achieving this competition allows students to associate the importance of both a good product development and its communication on the market. CE13. Ability to strategically communicate the products as a factor of innovation and contribution and value. Peermite provide students with theoretical and practical tools to develop creative and communication capacity and skills of strategic analysis. CE14. Ability to design products, services and applications through digital media. Achieving this competition allows students to register your design activity and product development in the new digital media. JOB Professional outings There are different and varied opportunities to practice the profession of designer. On the one hand there is the option of practice as a freelance designer with his own studio, and another, as a designer integrated into a department of a company. Career opportunities depend both on their own skills and training and the different opportunities that present themselves. The design has been established several policy areas or specializations also determine the contents of academic degrees offered at the School. On the one hand, the Industrial Design or Product includes furniture design, lighting, transportation, toys, appliances, packaging, footwear, etc. Graphic Design deals with visual communication messages. Includes the design of brands, logos and signs, the definition of the corporate identity of companies, editorial design, packaging, illustration, signage, etc. The professional profile that defines the training at the School is a generalist designer, capable of solving projects in different fields as diverse as those mentioned and therefore be prepared to serve a vision of global and complete profession. The related Engineering Degree in Industrial Design and Product Development professions encompass: Products: industrial and strategic Industrial sectors: furniture, ilumación, textiles, ceramics, technological, automotive. Product communication: graphic design and packaging. What makes us different? 1.A degree to look behind things Industrial design is the discipline that is responsible for creating and developing the equipment of the world around us. If you have a restless mind if ever you wondered why an object is that way, if you wonder who creates things around you as your phone, your shoes, your bike or chair where you are sitting, the answer is here. The industrial designer is responsible for designing and shaping the objects that surround the human being, from your car to the fork we eat every day. 2. The first School of Design Industrial Design Valencia has a great national and international prestige. Our "Design School" was the first to be university and its long history has allowed us to now have alumni who are prominent designers worldwide. Many work from Valencia creating designs that are sold on five continents. 3. The professional approach Our "School" is closely connected with companies as a form of professional springboard for students. And in our classrooms a curious mixture occurs: we have experienced teachers and others who are young alumni, and is that good mixes new ideas. 4. Doors of employability The plus Tools Professional: During the degree'll take most leaning on matters of the profession tools. But you not only end up the knowing handle grade will also be carrying you the competence as evidenced by certificates: Tools of Product Design (150 hours: Autocad, Rhinoceros3D, VRayRendering, Catia), Certificate in Graphic Tools (90 hours: Adobe Photoshop , Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Indesign) and Certified Tools for design and online communication (90 hours: Adobe Flash, Wordpress). The Portfolio Project: consider it essential that every student who goes to market under the arm carries its own portfolio of projects, the results of the subjects of projects packaged in a single document presents a much more comprehensive way than a traditional curriculum. In this way the chances of getting a job are multiplied, giving a much more accurate picture of their capabilities and highlighting the high qualification of our students "The portfolio, your ultimate tool access to the labor market" 5. The international dimension The formation of our students seeking full professional development designer, you must be prepared for the international market. We also offer additional training in English and Castilian from first to fourth to improve your level of communication in the international arena. Also we offer opportunities for national and international practices. [-]