Bachelor of Arts in Product and Industrial Design with a Major in Spatial Design
Design ranks among the most important sectors in Switzerland’s creative industries. Graduates with a Bachelor of Arts in Spatial Design therefore find job opportunities in a great variety of fields. Depending on special interests and strengths they may work in agencies for experience, service or interaction design, in creative studios for immersive brand events, in stage design, or in classic interior design offices. Prospects further include touristic re-enactments, corporate design, and brand worlds, retail and trade fair architectures, exhibition and museum design, stage design, lighting design, and audiovisual media.
Graduates can also upgrade their skill sets in fields such as Design Leadership, Design Methods, Design Research and Producing Added Value through Design, by taking a Masters (MA) in Design at the Lucerne School of Art and Design.
For details, see Admission Requirements in the section Admission Procedure and Admission Requirements.
The admission procedure is divided into two parts. After registering (before the deadline!), applicants submit their documents, a portfolio and a work assignment realised on a set theme. In the event of a positive decision, they are invited to attend an interview – and additionally, in the case of Illustration Nonfiction, to attend an examination day.
For further information, please see Information on the admission process.
Academic year 2020/21: 30 April 2020 -
Late applications will be considered if any places on the course are still free.
Academic year 2020/21: 14 September 2020
The semester dates and our academic calendar can be found here.