MA Design at the University of Lincoln is a multi-disciplinary programme that puts your chosen creative project, and the studio practice needed, at the heart of things. It offers taught elements geared towards expanding and consolidating the thinking, planning, and execution behind your project.
The course seeks to enhance your professional development by improving your skills in research, thinking about end users, and communicating your creative ideas more clearly to others. It also offers the opportunity to think about creative business development, getting your work ‘out there’ to grow your career and/or creative business possibilities.
MA Design offers a broad range of conceptual debates to help situate and contextualise your creative project, as well as discussions of a more specific and practical nature to help with the actual making which takes place in the studio/workshop – all geared towards helping you to shape your current designing and creative future.
Students have access to a wide range of creative technologies and dedicated workspaces, as well as access to a wide network of creative people beyond the teaching team itself. This includes researchers and practitioners within Lincoln School of Design, staff working in other disciplines across the University, and creative industry contacts beyond.