Design Academy 2017-18 brochure

Guide
05/05/2017

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Inside you will find

  • An overview of the programme
  • The benefits to your university and your students
  • Course information
  • How to get involved

This will interest

  • Universities
  • Chancellors & Vice-Chancellors
  • Deans/Heads of Schools

Design Academy, designed by us and run by our design industry experts will position your university as a progressive and future-thinking institution delivering education and skills to develop the design leaders and change-makers of tomorrow.

If you're a university and would like to get involved with Design Academy, please register your interest.

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