Learn from tutors and professionals with extensive design experience and graduate ready to join the industry or start your own creative venture.
Why study product design?
We have reached a point where many products work well and meet our everyday physical needs - but how well do they satisfy and enhance our lives on an emotional level?
There is always a need for highly skilled designers who can explore questions like this.
Product design is an area that rewards those who take risks, challenge conventional thinking and design products, services and user experiences that surprise and delight.
You may also be interested in our BSc(Hons) Product Design Technology course.
Why UWE Bristol?
BA(Hons) Product Design will help you develop your creativity.
If you often look at the things around you and think 'this could have been made so much better', then this course will show you how to go about it.
Develop an empathetic, intuitive understanding of people and how we use and respond to products. Learn about form, ergonomics and materials. Learn from friendly tutors with extensive industry expertise and work on a series of projects in our well-equipped Design Studio.
Gain advanced skills in concept sketching and 3D form, verbal and visual communication, model making, computer-aided design (CAD) and the business of design.
Work on design briefs for a range of industry clients. Past organisations have included Jaguar Land Rover, Dremel Bosch, Omlet and Virgin Marussia Formula 1. Take part in exhibitions and grow your network at industry presentations.
Graduate with the skill and confidence to create innovative products and build a successful career in the creative industry.
What can I do with a product design degree?
As a graduate, you'll be ready to go into industry or start your own business venture.
Career opportunities are available in service design, graphic design, brand consultancy, user experience design, brand and retail design, design research, marketing and packaging design.
Many graduates are inspired to launch their own products or establish themselves as freelance design consultants. Take a look at our online yearbook of student projects from our architecture and product design courses.