We welcome applications from prospective students with either: - A degree in a related discipline at 2:1 or above; - An equivalent recognised international qualification in a related discipline. Candidates without standard qualifications may also be considered on the basis of their experience, provided they can demonstrate the ability to benefit from and succeed on the course. Applicants will be asked to submit a portfolio, showreel (unless they are applying for the MDes programme) or other examples of creative or technical practice. All applicants who meet the entry criteria will be invited for interview. Skype interviews are held for postgraduate applicants unable to attend an interview in person. We give equal consideration to all applications.
Months of entry
The course is defined by its distinctive experimental approach to the development of user-centred projects.
Our graduates leave equipped with skills to realise relevant and elegant design proposals with a solid commercial potential.
Interactive Product Futures is a creative, project-based course. It supports advanced product designers who wish to develop and refine their practice in interaction and user-centred product design. The course recognises the fact that different electronic and computing technologies increasingly permeate our lives, but also recognises the need for products to be more empathetic to people and their behaviours. Examples of potential development opportunities include website development, mobile phone application or utility, a computer game or a game level, media elements, interactive TV application.
The course encourages you to experiment with new ways of working with objects and their integration with technologies, both creatively and collaboratively. It also asks you to apply emerging and existing technology in new ways through personal fabrication, research and the experimental application. We invite you to look at academic theoretical frameworks, research methodologies and their application within industry practice.
Information for international students
Non-EU/EEA students must meet the UKVI and Ravensbourne's English language requirements relevant to their course. All non-EU/EEA students must also provide: - Educational qualifications equivalent to the required UK qualification; - Educational reference(s) - Personal statement - Passport photo page - Portfolio files - Completed application form
Fees and funding
Details on available financial support can be found by visiting our website and searching for 'Financial Support'.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Postgraduate Admissions
- + 44 (0)20 3040 3673