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Design Courses

Have you ever considered how important design is? Design plays an integral role in almost every aspect of our lives. Understanding design provides insight into how the world functions, from the planning that goes into constructing cities, to building websites and even how best to design a hairstyle. 

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Recommended Competencies

  • Creativity
  • Keen eye for detail and aesthetics
  • Understanding of universal design principles
  • Good understanding of creating for a target audience

Skills to learn next

  • Computer skills

Why should you study design?

Studying design enhances learning in other fields too because it develops critical thinking, observational skills and problem-solving. By combining practical and conceptual ways of thinking, design brings together creativity and logic.

But what can you actually study? Choices for study and career paths in design are numerous. Fields within design include the built environment, which covers urban planning, architecture, welding and metal work design, interior design and furniture technology.

Fashion design is a broad field in which students can specialise in areas such as garment and textile design. Computer-related fields have many design areas, such as web design and database design. Many industries require designers proficient in research design, instructional systems design, security design and project design.

Graphic design, as well as 3D and animation are areas which are essential in numerous industries, such as advertising, marketing, film and television. You can study design at any level from certificate to diploma, through to bachelor degrees and postgraduates.

The study of design can be approached in a number of ways. Acquire the particular design skills you require through a short course, workshop or vocational training.

Maybe you want to teach art or design? Bachelor of Education programmes prepare one to teach art and design, while Bachelor of Technology degrees examine the technologies that support design. There are also Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of the Built Environment, and Bachelor of Arts degrees that each focus on a specific field of design. If you’re passionate, you can pursue most of these study paths up to PhD level. 

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Why should you study design?

Studying design enhances learning in other fields too because it develops critical thinking, observational skills and problem-solving. By combining practical and conceptual ways of thinking, design brings together creativity and logic.

But what can you actually study? Choices for study and career paths in design are numerous. Fields within design include the built environment, which covers urban planning, architecture, welding and metal work design, interior design and furniture technology.

Fashion design is a broad field in which students can specialise in areas such as garment and textile design. Computer-related fields have many design areas, such as web design and database design. Many industries require designers proficient in research design, instructional systems design, security design and project design.

Graphic design, as well as 3D and animation are areas which are essential in numerous industries, such as advertising, marketing, film and television. You can study design at any level from certificate to diploma, through to bachelor degrees and postgraduates.

The study of design can be approached in a number of ways. Acquire the particular design skills you require through a short course, workshop or vocational training.

Maybe you want to teach art or design? Bachelor of Education programmes prepare one to teach art and design, while Bachelor of Technology degrees examine the technologies that support design. There are also Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of the Built Environment, and Bachelor of Arts degrees that each focus on a specific field of design. If you’re passionate, you can pursue most of these study paths up to PhD level.