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Winchester School of Art

Postgraduate study in Barcelona

Ever wanted to study at Postgraduate level in Spain?

Winchester School of Art has collaborated with Elisava School of Design in Barcelona, Spain, to bring three new MA Design Pathways to you.

The pathways offered are taught in English, with staff from both schools coming together to form a design partnership handing students the very best teaching and facilities both institutions posess. The study pathways described here are the latest outcome of a long-standing and highly fruitful partnership between Winchester School of Art, UK leader in art and design, and Elisava, the foremost design school in Spain.

The new MA in Design European pathways program is based on innovative methodologies, covering the application of tools, processes and techniques to provide students with the necessary skills to integrate design into management and vice-versa. Design, at its essence, connects creativity and innovation. These connections shape ideas in a range of rapidly changing industries. Excellence in design gives companies the means to gain competitive advantage by creating attractive propositions for more demanding customers. The program emphasises the importance of design as a competitive factor.

Managing the generation and successful exploitation of new ideas is crucial for all companies. With this in mind, the program aims to educate the next generation of individuals eager to develop a career in design, providing a holistic approach while also identifying specific innovation challenges and opportunities.

To do this, we bring together educators, researchers, designers and leaders from different design disciplines in collaboration with successful firms based in Barcelona. Through their combined experiences, we offer a unique learning opportunity which will inspire an assured capability of what it takes to successfully manage design.

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