Our aim is to feed your imagination, whether by inviting high-profile designers to talk to you about their work or exhibiting at events like the Milan Furniture Fair, it's about opening your eyes to the possibilities of 3D design and the difference you can make to the world.
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A minimum of 220 UCAS points, equivalent Level 3 qualifications or relevant experience. You may be required to submit some work to help us decide who to interview. Successful applicants are generally those with the strongest portfolios, demonstrating experimentation, technical ability and understanding of the art and design process.
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At Falmouth, you'll master 3D design processes from conception to production by developing your research, drawing, computer and making skills.
You'll work on live projects with local and national organisations, which encourage you to develop your business and enterprise ideas. Career planning and business skills will prepare you for the professional world of design as a designer-maker or product designer.
You'll also undertake a range of projects focusing on interior product design; furniture design; lighting design; jewellery design and portable object design; toy, leisure and sports product design; and design for sustainability, need, education and health.
Level 1 - Material World & Design Issues
- Design & Making Processes
- Histories & Theories
- Sustainable Design
- CAD/CAM & Presentation
Level 2 - Audience & Community: Design
- User-Centred Design
- Identity & Difference
- Web Communication & Promotion
- Design Specialism
- Cultural Theory & Methodologies
- Business of Design
Level 3 - Design Practice
- Design Projects
- Professional Practice - Career Focus