Bachelor of Arts in Product and Industrial Design with a concentration in XS Jewellery
Graduates have a wide range of professional opportunities at their disposal: as designers working independently or in teams for firms or brands, they develop collections and concepts, one-off pieces or pieces for small-scale production. They work in the jewellery, lifestyle, product design and art sectors and are familiar with the needs of both the traditional and the contemporary luxury industry. They may help pioneer emerging markets in wearable computing or mobile medical technology. Using the design and technical know-how acquired during their studies, they may create requisites for the film or fashion industry, or work independently or in salaried positions as conservators, curators or facilitators for galleries and museums at home and abroad. The post-graduate qualification of Master of Arts in Design also opens up a fascinating interdisciplinary research field embracing design and the social, cultural and health sciences on the interface between material, function and the human body.
You can find all necessary information on admission requirements on the Admission Procedure and Requirements page in the information on the degree programme > Admission Procedure and Admission Requirements.
The admission procedure consists of two parts. After meeting the registration deadline, applicants submit a portfolio and description of a design project. If these are judged favourably, the applicant is invited to an interview. For detailed information, see the Admission Procedure Information Sheet > Information on the admission process.
Academic year 2019/20: Friday, 15 February 2019
Academic year 2018/19: 17 September 2018
Academic year 2019/20: 16 September 2019
Autumn semester 2018:
17 September 2018 to 15 February 2019
Spring semester 2019:
18 February 2019 to 12 July 2019
Academic Calendar 2018/2019