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Which uni for product design course ?

I am going to apply to uni for product design, and I will try to stay in Scotland for uni.

I have applied to 3 uni in Scotland :
University of Dundee (BBBB)
Edinburgh Napier University (BBBC)
Glasgow School of Art (ABBB-AABB)

And 2 in England :
University of Chester (BBBB)
University of Lincoln

But I am still not sure if they are good uni for product design, or there are some more options for this course. Thank you.
(edited 1 year ago)
Original post by Ber0924
I am going to apply to uni for product design, and I will try to stay in Scotland for uni.

I have applied to 3 uni in Scotland :
University of Dundee (BBBB)
Edinburgh Napier University (BBBC)
Glasgow School of Art (ABBB-AABB)

And 2 in England :
University of Chester (BBBB)
University of Lincoln

But I am still not sure if they are good uni for product design, or there are some more options for this course. Thank you.


There seem to be a lot of other options available to you if you search for product design on the UCAS website:

https://digital.ucas.com/coursedisplay/results/courses?searchTerm=product%20design&destination=Undergraduate
Hi there,

It's great to hear that you're interested in product design! I thought I could tell you a little more about the Product Design course at Chester :smile:

The course at Chester really focuses on the practical elements of Product Design. There's a high level of one-to-one contact time and technical support. You can expect to be taught by academics and staff from the design industry who have excellent links with commercial partners such as Evoke Creative, Zest for Leisure and Circularandco. There's a real emphasis on careers support and employability, so that you develop the skills and confidence to apply everything you've learned in a work setting. You can find out more about the course here: Course info - Product Design

All of the Art and Design courses are taught at Creative Campus, Kingsway. Which means that you study alongside other students studying creative subjects. The whole campus is such a creative space! It has a number of different specialist facilities for the courses including industry standard CAD facilities and 3D printing suites, as well as traditional workshops.

If you'd be interested in speaking to a current student studying at Chester, you can chat to students online at any time and they can help get all your questions answered. They can help you get a feel for what it's like studying at the University of Chester. You can ask them anything here: Chat to a student

I hope this helps :smile:

Best wishes,
Grace

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