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Updated: December 18, 2013
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Industridesign, 180 hp

In the Bachelor’s programme in Industrial Design you will learn to create products and services for the society of the future. As an industrial designer you use your knowledge of design, sustainability, the market and production to cooperate with others in creating solutions that are based on the wishes and needs of their users.

A good industrial designer is interested in design and understands how things are used and the contexts to which they can belong.  In Industrial Design at Konstfack you will be given training in creating high quality design proposals with their own explicit expression methodically and exploratively.

You will learn to understand what users want, solve their problems, embrace a sustainability perspective, adopt a market focus in your work and use materials in an innovative way, while at the same time enhancing your capacity to produce three-dimensional designs

We work both individually and in groups and often in cooperation with companies or other educational programmes/organisations. The ability of a designer to cooperate with others, use a design process that functions well and combine several different perspectives in a proposed design is decisive for the success of a design project. 

The artistic design process in which we reflect on practical and theoretical aspects is totally integrated in the programme.

Credits and form of study
180 credits (3 years), full-time, daytime.

Degree: Bachelor of Fine Arts

After graduation
On completion of the programme you will be able to demonstrate advanced practical and theoretical aspects of the knowledge needed to be able to work artistically, creatively and with awareness of the relevance of industrial design for the society of today and tomorrow.

With a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Design you can, for instance, work in a design office, design departments or start your own company.

Entry requirements and selection
General entry requirements for higher education. Selection is on artistic merit and is based on a portfolio, a written statement of your reason for applying for the programme and an interview.

Language test
The undergraduate programs are conducted in Swedish. For applicants with a foreign upper-secondary school education that lack qualifications in Swedish, a TISUS test is required. TISUS is recognised by all universities in Sweden as a statement of eligibility in the Swedish language. For more information please go to www.nordiska.su.se/tisus/2.23810/tisus-test-in-swedish-for-university-studies-1.90668.


Application and Applicant assignment 2014/15

Please go to the Swedish version to apply and read the Applicant assignment for 2014/15.

Important dates
Application deadline: March 3, 2014
Portfolio deadline: March 3, 2014
Supplementing transcripts: March 14, 2014
Interviews: during April 2014
Acceptance notifications: May 2014
Course start: September 2014

Degree projects
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More information
Tania Alyhr
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+46 8 450 42 70

Updated: November 26, 2012
Author: Webmaster