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Students in the field of design studies typically learn to utilize critical thinking skills in addition to their creativity to design and produce well-designed objects. They also examine how advancements in technology, collaborative ability, and marketing impact design for interiors, clothing, accessories, and public spaces.
Cardiff is the capital of Wales, with a chequered linguistic history that resulted in many language schools. It has various university hospitals, four major institutions of higher education, several academies and around 44 thousand high education students.
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The MRes (A&D), Master of Research in Art & Design, is ideal for students who want to prepare for doctoral-level research in Art & Design (PhD or DProf) or to
The MRes (A&D), Master of Research in Art & Design, is ideal for students who want to prepare for doctoral-level research in Art & Design (PhD or DProf) or to develop a range of creative research skills to enhance their art or design practice or career, nationally and internationally.
The programme is designed to be is suitable for students who have some experience of research in Art & Design and also those with little or no background experience of research at all from any field.
Cardiff School of Art & Design has creative research at its heart and is home to a range of centres and groups engaged in cutting-edge, world-leading creative and transdisciplinary research. We draw upon the Arts, Sciences, Humanities and Philosophies and deploy a range of facilities including our Perceptual Experience Laboratory (PEL), our MIT-FabLab as well as our extensive traditional and contemporary maker's workshops, specialist studios and digital technologies. The School encourages multidisciplinary, interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary collaborations with other research disciplines as well as commercial and community sectors in society anywhere in the world and of course, the other research centres across the wider University....