Hear from one of our tutors about studying Design at Liverpool Hope. The Design degree combines theory and practice in this subject, which is central to society where most of what we see, use, or have contact with, has been designed. Practical studies include opportunities in printed and constructed textiles, studio and industrial ceramics, computer aided design and manufacture, objects for the interior, product design, silversmithing and jewellery.
During this degree you will follow a contemporary curriculum where practical skills are underpinned by the critical, contextual, historical, conceptual and ethical dimensions of art and design.
You will work in studios and classrooms on a campus specialising in the creative and performing arts in a City renowned for its creative culture. The degree offers graduates a diverse range of career pathways including designer/makers and related employment in buying, marketing, education and art therapy. Some of our recent graduates have gained employment as resident artist/designers within the community and public arts and working as curators. Why choose this subject? The department has established links with Tate Liverpool, National Museums Liverpool, Bluecoat Gallery, the Liverpool Biennial, FACT and the Open Eye Gallery
Liverpool Hope designers work closely with the Crafts Council and Hope is part of the AA2A project, providing placement opportunities for visual artists and designer/makers
Opportunity for new graduates to exhibit their work within the magnificent surroundings of the Cornerstone Gallery and take part in the 'New Designers' Graduate Exhibition at the Business Design Centre, London.
97% of students were satisfied with Assessment and Feedback and 94% were satisfied with personal development whilst studying BA Design (National Student Survey 2015).
You will study a stimulating blend of practice and theory on a campus specialising in the Arts with great facilities Subject Guides
Read more about studying Design at Liverpool Hope in our Design Subject Guides. Design Subject Guide 2016
Design Subject Guide 2017 The programme specifications for this subject can be downloaded below.
Design This degree is available as a full time course for all