Choosing an Industrial Design Degree
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Choosing a university is a difficult task. Not only do students need to find an institution that will deliver academic quality, but one that allows socially development too. These are important formative years in a young person’s life when they will learn to balance social and professional responsibilities. After all, no employer wants to employ someone who can’t work in a team. This article is aimed at giving young people the tools with which to make assess the various industrial design degrees on offer in the UK.
Gill, S. (2003) 'Choosing an Industrial Design Degree' in Designing Magazine Knowledge Transfer (October edition)
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