Design, Master's programme, 120 credits

Design

Design, Master's programme, 120 credits

Autumn semester 2017, Full time 100%, Linköping

Start

Autumn semester 2017

Place of study

Linköping

Programme speed

Full time 100%


Level

Second-cycle

Teaching form

On-Campus

Application code

LIU-91129


Degree

Master of Science (120 credits) with a major in Design


Entry requirements

  • Bachelor's degree
  • English corresponding to the level of English in Swedish upper secondary education (English 6/B)
  • Applicants are required to submit the following:
    1. a current resumé
    2. a well structured and annotated portfolio
    3. a letter of motivation
    4. up to five samples of independently produced pieces of text 


Special selection

The documentation must be submitted in their entirety by the final cutoff date (February 1st for admission to the programme autumn 2017). Incomplete applications will be regarded as ineligible. Additionally, those who fulfil above mentioned requirements will be invited to do a design task. The task is performed according to the invitation, and has to be assessed with a pass to fulfil the requirements for eligibility to the programme. All texts must be in English.
Eligibility is assessed partly on general entry requirements and partly on design ability manifested in portfolio, design task and other submitted material, as stated above. For the specific entry requirements, the submitted material must prove that the applicant possesses necessary prerequisites regarding design ability to contribute from the programme. The selection of eligible applicants is based on the submitted material, which will decide the final ranking of the candidates.


Tuition fees

252000 kr - NB: Applies only to students from outside the EU, EEA and Switzerland..

Design, Master's programme - Second admission round mainly for Swedish and EU/EEA students

Autumn semester 2017, Full time 100%, Linköping

Start

Autumn semester 2017

Place of study

Linköping

Programme speed

Full time 100%


Level

Second-cycle

Teaching form

On-Campus

Application code

LIU-90129


Degree

Master of Science (120 credits) with a major in Design


Entry requirements

  • Bachelor's degree
  • English corresponding to the level of English in Swedish upper secondary education (English 6/B)
  • Applicants are required to submit the following:
    1. a current resumé
    2. a well structured and annotated portfolio
    3. a letter of motivation
    4. up to five samples of independently produced pieces of text 


Special selection

Final date for application for students from Sweden and ESS is 18 of April. The specific requirements (portifolio) must be submitted in their entirety by no later than 25 of April. The complete documentation of your eligibility for studies should be submitted by no later than 21 of June. Incomplete applications will be regarded as ineligible. Additionally, those who fulfil above mentioned requirements will be invited to do a design task. The task is performed according to the invitation, and has to be assessed with a pass to fulfil the requirements for eligibility to the programme. All texts must be in English.
Eligibility is assessed partly on general entry requirements and partly on design ability manifested in portfolio, design task and other submitted material, as stated above. For the specific entry requirements, the submitted material must prove that the applicant possesses necessary prerequisites regarding design ability to contribute from the programme. The selection of eligible applicants is based on the submitted material, which will decide the final ranking of the candidates.


Tuition fees

252000 kr - NB: Applies only to students from outside the EU, EEA and Switzerland..

This new programme offers a studio-based, interdisciplinary approach to design, with collaborations tackling societal challenges. Established and innovative design concepts are incorporated in a unique interdisciplinary setup across campuses.

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