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Design studies, Brunel University London

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#9 out of 143 UK Universities for Design studies

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Covid-19 Response

TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
Confirmed Sept/Oct start
TEACHING MODE:
Blended learning
OPEN DAYS:
23rd Jan
TEACHING NOTES:
All programmes will be delivered online while making as much teaching available on campus as social distancing allows.
This is the latest available data taken from the brunel.ac.uk website on 18th January 2021

3 Design studies reviews at Brunel University London


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Student Review: 4 /5

Digital Design, BSc Hons

By AnnaPash On 4th March 19

Personally I think most creative skills I was taught in this specific course (Adobe Creative) I could've learnt through online tutorials if I dedicated the time. However I did learn alot when it comes to making decisions that regard potential customers, how to keep up with the modern technology world and how to write a professional paper about it.

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Student Review: 5 /5

Industrial Design and Technology, BA Hons

By DesignGeek10 On 8th February 19

Friendly and encouraging staff that help to inspire the students that they teach

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Student Review: 5 /5

Games Design, BA Hons

By member927197 On 10th August 17

Honestly overall this course was really enjoyable. I have a personal dislike of the first year software we use to make the game but otherwise I loved the lectures and the people on my course. The courses are super interactive so bear in mind you might have to speak up about ideas or game related opinions. It focuses on creativity as well as theory behind games and fanbase etc. I haven't heard anyone complain about their personal tutor, and they're usually very happy to talk to you about anything. There AREN'T a lot of lectures! Most of it is coursework and maybe 2-3 long two hour lectures a week, but you'll spend most your time in the labs anyway. HOWEVER BE WARNED....as a designer you have to eventually be comfortavble in pitching and presenting your own game ideas in front of people so if you absolutely HATE public talking then I'd advise against taking this course. In second year you're allowed to specialise art, tech, design or theory.

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