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Mr Andreas Fabian MA(RCA), PhD
From beautiful objects for the living room to functional pieces for commercial spaces, this course teaches you how to design and make interior products from scratch. You'll work with glass, ceramic, metal, wood - anything. Plan out your designs through sketching and digitally with our 3D CAD software, then bring them to life in our well-equipped workshops.
High Wycombe Campus
Do you like creating from scratch? This programme lets you make beautiful products with a mixture of skills from glasswork to 3D modelling. On this course, you’ll take your ideas through a journey towards completion. Design furnishings for plush five-star suites or dream up the latest fashion for homes. With a diverse range of equipment for a range of materials and processes at your disposal, you’ll be only limited by your imagination.
Become a skilled designer Our product design courses all share the same first year to give you a chance to try all forms of design. Once you’ve sampled every avenue of product design and found where your creativity blooms, you can specialise in the area that really interests you.
Interior Product design is the course that places most focus on the aesthetics and functionality of design.
Play an important role in a number of industriesWith your skills as a product designer, you’ll be prepared for many different areas in the creative industries such as products for interior environments, designs for restaurants and for small households, work as a product manager, design consultant or set-up your own business as designer and maker.
Part of the role involves working closely with clients so you know exactly what they want as an end product. We prepare you for the relationship between client and designer with critique sessions and workshops. You’ll present your work to us in a relaxed environment and we’ll give you the support you need to develop.
We embrace traditional forms of making skills as well as digital technologies. You will use a range of 3D CAD and rapid prototyping systems, and some fantastic workshop facilities to produce 3D models, fully working prototypes, computer models, animations and simulations to demonstrate your design solutions.
Our campus is one of a few in the country that still provides hot glass workshops. We also have special equipment for silk printing and well-equipped textiles workshops. Our graduates have gone on to work with huge companies. Even our current students create products that get taken forward into manufacture.
Be inspired by our team of expert designersSome of our staff are designers themselves and keep updated on the challenges that surround the industry. Alongside seminars and groups sessions you’ll receive one-to-one teaching as we support you through your studies. While working in your studios or workshops you’ll always have someone to bounce ideas off.
Work in a professional environment on campusWe’ll give you opportunities to gain valuable experience working as a product designer. Throughout the course, you’ll work on real briefs, interacting with clients as you work on creating new designs for their business.
In the final year, you’ll work on your own self-initiated project. You’ll have the flexibility to create a brief and work on a project that mirrors the needs of business. We’ve found this approach to be incredibly successful and it creates some amazing products.
A typical offer will include GCSE Maths and English at grade C or above and a UCAS Tariff score of 200-240. A minimum of two full A-levels (or equivalent) is required. Every application is considered on an individual basis.
For further details of our international English entry requirements, please visit our international pages.
Full-time Home and EU: £9,000 per yearFull-time International: £9,500 per year
For information on fees and finance, please view our fees and funding section.
Fees quoted are for the next intake and are subject to change. Fee costs for subsequent years are subject to rise with inflation or course delivery costs.
For fees for international students, visit our international section.
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Applications for full-time undergraduate courses must be made through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). Information on making an application through UCAS is available on our Applicants' pages.
If you are an international student, visit our international students section.
You’ll graduate with experience in many areas of design, from interpreting a brief to the creative process. You’ll also fully understand the industry and the skills it demands. Our graduates have made the most of these skills. Some of them work for Habitat, Villeroy & Boch, John Lewis, Mepra and others. Some students go on to start their own design businesses. You can also continue your studies at postgraduate level.
Our graduate network spreads through many companies in the industry. Many former students often ask us to suggest people for their own organisations.
Upon graduation, our students may gain employment within the following areas:
How will you help me prepare for my future career?Throughout your time with us we’ll support you on the route to your chosen career. We’ll help you to develop crucial skills, encouraging you to become enterprising, employable and good leaders.
Our modules and teaching expertise will help you become more independent as a learner and more certain of your discipline expertise.
We also help you find employment after graduation. Have a look at our Careers and Employability pages to find out more.