Postgraduate Design Network
“Our Postgraduate Design Network is a community of staff and students exploring innovative design ideas in a discursive, cross-disciplinary studio environment. As critically informed practical designers, we work experimentally, inspired by new insights and possibilities.
Looking, reading, thinking, making and sharing, we pursue our individual creative aspirations together in a spirit of collaborative investigation and dialogue. Not defined by specialism but led by creative curiosity, network students consider unfamiliar processes and ways of thinking and of doing in order to enhance their existing skills and knowledge, testing the boundaries of their subject.
While studying towards a particular qualification at MA/MFA level, students experience their subject in the broader context of contemporary design practice.”
Clinton Cahill, Senior Lecturer
The following courses are part of the Postgraduate Design Network, but you can also view a list of all our postgraduate courses.
- Design: Ceramics MA/MFA
- Design: Embroidery MA/MFA
- Design: Fashion MA/MFA
- Design: Fashion Art Direction MA/MFA
- Design: Furniture MA/MFA
- Design: Glass MA/MFA
- Design: Graphic Design & Art Direction MA/MFA
- Design: Illustration MA/MFA
- Design: Interior Design MA/MFA
- Design: Jewellery MA/MFA
- Design: Lab MA/MFA
- Design: Textile Practice MA/MFA
- Design: Textiles for Fashion MA/MFA
- Product Design MA/MSc/MFA
During your postgraduate studies, you will be supported by a range of experienced academic staff. To find out more about some of the key staff members in the Postgraduate Design Network, view their profiles below—
MA/MSc Production Design, MA Design Network and Three Dimensional Design
Pathway Leader MA Fashion and Textiles Routes, Senior Lecturer BA (Hons) Textiles in Practice
Anze shares his opinions of producing fashion images, videos and campaigns, and discusses how taking an MA enriched his practice
'I have had experiences that I could have never have gained if I had stayed in Kansas', says Beth.