|Start Date||Duration||Cost||Max Participant Numbers|
|September 2023||2 x Trimesters||€1,500||n/a|
Service Design is increasingly recognised as a vital skillset to help address the challenges of the new experience economy, and the course seeks to meet the new demands of industry and wider society. Projects, activities and workshops will expand on methods and principles from human-centred design and design thinking, applying these to the development and delivery of new consumer and public services, transforming user experiences.
What will this course cover?
The aims of the programme are to:
- provide participants with appropriate skills and knowledge that can be applied to their professional development as a creative practitioner;
- develop participant’s knowledge and skills to prepare them for further life-long learning;
- assist participants in developing their own practice in relation to contemporary creative practice and discourse.
Participant profile/Who can apply/Eligibility
- All applicants are expected to present an approved Bachelor degree at minimum level of 2nd class honours (2.2)
- Applicants who do not meet the minimum academic entry requirements may be considered on the basis of prior work or learning experience (RPEL). In such cases, applicants will need to demonstrate equivalent and relevant experience and/or formal learning.
- Candidates may be required to pass a qualifying examination set by the relevant department before being accepted to a Masters degree programme.
- Applicants who have not been educated through English must show proof of achieving IELTS 6.5 (with a minimum of 6 in the writing section on the Academic Version) or an equivalent score in another accepted test.
APPLICANTS MUST BE RESIDENT IN THE REPUBLIC OF IRELAND TO QUALIFY FOR THE CULTURAL & CREATIVE INDUSTRIES SKILLNET SUBSIDY & NOT IN RECEIPT OF a) a bursary b) a Scholarship or c) grant aid
NCAD (National College of Art & Design) is situated in Thomas Street, in the historic Liberties area of Dublin. In 1998 the College opened its new wing, the School of Design for Industry, and now houses all of its activities on the Thomas Street campus or nearby.
This fee is €1500 for qualifying candidates (normally €2,200)
Payment will be via Paypal once a place on the course has been offered and accepted. All payments must be made before course commences.
Fill out the Cultural & Creative Industries Skillnet application form below. Once your CCIS application has been assessed you will be notified.
All CCIS awards are subject to successful course applications and offers from NCAD
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Dates and times of the course
Commences September 20th 2023