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MA/MSc Programme Description

Global Innovation Design



First Year 

Students take the following formally taught elements of the curriculum: 

GID1 London Core: A two-term foundation in leading-edge, research-based design theory and methodology, mechatronics, form-giving, design research and anthropological methods, innovation, communication and creation of vision. 

GID1 Critical & Historical Studies (CHS) Dissertation Programme: A key element of the GID Master’s programme is the chance for designers to write a significant piece of written work on a reflective theoretical subject area related to their studies. 

GID1 Partner Residency: A one-term residency with either Keio University in Tokyo or Tsinghua University in Beijing during the final term of the first academic year. 

Second Year 

Students take the following formally taught elements of the curriculum: 

GID2 Partner Residency: A one-term residency with either Pratt Institute in New York or Nanyang Technological University in Singapore during the first term of the second academic year. 

GID2 Professional Development: A two-term period directed toward refinement of the body of work and professional development. During the final two terms, designers return to London to focus leadership, outreach and business development to cultivate their professional design practice. The course culminates in Final Examination and the Final Show.


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KEY DETAILS

240 credits
Two-year programme
Full-time study