Integrated Industrial Design at Loughborough University - UCAS

Course summary

Industrial Design is the professional practice of designing products, devices, objects and services used by millions of people around the world every day. Industrial designers traditionally focus on the physical appearance, functionality, and manufacturability of a product, but they are now involved in far more during a development cycle. This ultimately extends to the overall lasting value and experience a product or service provides for end-users. Our MSc Integrated Industrial Design degree will further develop your critical awareness of major industrial design practice, increasing input capability and value to employers. The programme encompasses the entire design process, starting from a design problem or opportunity and ending with a complete product that is fit for mass or batch production. It is suitable for both recent graduates and current practitioners who are looking to advance their core design knowledge and specialist skills to a higher level. It covers areas such as sketching, visual layouts, presentation techniques, qualitative and quantitative design research methods, enterprise and business, design for behaviour change, collaborative design, creating product design briefs, project management, advanced CAD application and design practice.

Entry requirements

A 2:1 honours degree (or equivalent international qualification) in Industrial Design, Product Design, Engineering Design or closely related subject. A portfolio providing evidence of experiential learning and/or practice, with clear evidence of physical prototyping capability at an appropriate standard is required.

Fees and funding

Tuition fees

England £13000 Year 1
Northern Ireland £13000 Year 1
Scotland £13000 Year 1
Wales £13000 Year 1
International £28100 Year 1

Additional fee information

The tuition fees shown are for new students commencing the first year of study in the specified year only. The fee stated is for a full-time student undertaking a master’s programme of 180 credits. Part-time students, or those taking a postgraduate certificate or a postgraduate diploma, should divide the published fee by 180 credits and then multiply by the number of credits they are taking to calculate their tuition fees. Fees are reviewed annually and are likely to increase to take into account inflationary pressures.
Integrated Industrial Design at Loughborough University - UCAS