Brunel university london architecture

Brunel university london architecture

Design at Brunel University London

  Welcome to Brunel Design, part of the College of Engineering, Design and Physical Sciences. Our design programmes are among the most respected in Europe and our students and graduates win national and international design awards. Brunel Design is a multidisciplinary activity with a strong record of research excellence. We offer an exciting range of undergraduate, postgraduate and research degrees.

Product Design Engineering BSc

Placement Offered This course has a Professional Practice option

Overview

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About the course

Brunel’s design degrees are some of the most renowned and respected in Europe and our students and graduates have won many prestigious design awards.

This course in Product Design Engineering is for creative thinkers who are also comfortable with mathematics and who enjoy deeper analysis of functional and technical design challenges. The course spans design and engineering, meaning students can develop products that both look good and work well.

This BSc degree course runs in parallel with BSc Product Design and becomes uniquely specialised in the third year. The particular blend of creative and technical subjects prepares students for this final year, in which further in-depth technical and engineering knowledge build to form a unique, technically strong design degree experience.

The final year has a strong technological and engineering focus, and your major project, which represents about 400 hours’ work, is likely to include a functional prototype incorporating mechanics and/or electronics.

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Aims

Our Product Design Engineering programme develops versatile designers with a sound knowledge and broad understanding of the technological, manufacturing and creative aspects of design, principally focused on industrially-manufactured products.

This course suits pragmatic problem solvers who combine their numeracy with the creative motivation to underpin exciting, commercially viable projects with a deep functional and manufacturing understanding.