MA Design: Ceramics, Furniture or Jewellery

University of the Arts London

Program Description

MA Design: Ceramics, Furniture or Jewellery

University of the Arts London

MA Design focuses on your individual design practice and, through making and immersion in material processes, will broaden your career and research horizons. Your Masters project becomes the vehicle for developing your creative abilities and analytical skills, while you critically engage in the fields of emergent design discourse, global markets and the investigation of technologies. Our two-year Masters programme expects you to be ambitious. It will challenge you to explore and expand your opportunities, and make your mark on the global design industry.

Reasons to Apply

  • The course addresses the changing roles of designers and their increasing need to design responsibly, think entrepreneurially and re-imagine manufacturing.
  • Gain a new, challenging perspective on your practice.
  • Combine individually tailored project work with the unique experience of studying in a cohort alongside other specialist designers and different subject cultures.
  • You are your project. This project-based MA enables you to become self-motivated, transformative, and empowered in your practice as a designer.
  • You’ll be supported by the experience and long-term professional networks accrued by staff and alumni, expanding and enhancing your project.
  • During the two years of study you will reshape the way your career progresses, creating global networks and establishing an active professional career in the design industry.
  • The high level of specialised, final work frames a bespoke business for many MA Design graduates, while others go on to work as consultants or creative directors.
This school offers programs in:
  • English

Careers

Through the professional experience of the teaching team there are strong links with commercial, artistic, craft and industrial bodies in London, nationally and internationally. Over the duration of the MA, meetings with practitioners, industry professionals, and participants in the wider design community will enable you to learn to communicate effectively across a range of different environments. Future careers and graduate prospects

Many MA Design: Ceramics, Furniture or Jewellery graduates move speedily into self-employment, developing businesses at the highest levels finding opportunities to progress their independent practice at both a national and international level. These includes students showing work at the Victoria Miro Gallery and Sotheby’s and collection designs for Swarovksi, MADE, Top shop and the House of Fraser.

Other MA Design: Ceramics, Furniture or Jewellery graduates work for design teams in Europe and Internationally either in their country of origin or increasingly in a country of their choice. A significant minority enter educational work at Masters level.

Cost & Fees

Home/EU Fee

Tuition fees for 2015/16: £4,750 per year. Please note that fees for second year of study will be subject to inflationary increase.

£500 per annum discount for all students who have completed a PG Dip/Cert or an undergraduate course including Grad Dip/Cert, at UAL.

You can pay course tuition fees in instalments for this course.

International Fee

Tuition fees for 2014/15: £11,450 per year.

£500 per annum discount for all students who have completed a PG Dip/Cert or an undergraduate course including Grad Dip/Cert, at UAL.

You can pay course tuition fees in instalments for this course.

Miscellaneous

College: Central Saint Martins



Last updated March 3, 2016
Duration & Price
This course is Campus based
Start Date
Start date
Sept. 2016
Duration
Duration
2 years
Full time
Price
Price
12,365 GBP
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Deadline
Start date Sept. 2016
Place
United Kingdom London, England
Application deadline Request Info
End date Request Info
Duration 2 years
Price 12,365 GBP
International Fee: £12,365 per year (2016/17 fees); Home/EU Fee: £4,900 per year (2016/17 fees)