On this course you'll work on live projects with designers from industry. It's ideal if you're interested in designing anything from the next awe-inspiring sports car, to an eco-friendly bus, beautifully compact city car or cutting-edge mountain bike.
On our industry lead course you’ll benefit from working with a wide range of businesses, you’ll visit international design agencies, be taught by designers from industry in the studio every week and have your own desk in our friendly studio with lots of 1-1 contact. Our class sizes are kept small making individual contact as easy as possible.
You'll have access to dedicated workshops and be taught how to use the latest industry standard software, and use our Wacom Cintiq tablets for digital sketching and Photoshop work.
For model making you’ll have full access to all our workshops and equipment including clay modelling, rapid-prototyping, laser cutting, wood, metal, plastics and resins workshops.
All our staff are either practicing designers or have significant Industry experience and continue to develop the course year-on-year to ensure we stay ahead of the game.
You'll learn a range of transferable skills that can be applied to land, sea and air transport and you will visit consultancies in London and New York opening up a whole world of career opportunities. Our graduates work at companies like Maserati, Ford and BMW and others have set up their own businesses.
You'll be introduced to core skills through structured and practical design projects, involving idea generation, drawing and rendering, clay modelling and computer work. You'll work on a variety of projects covering both exterior and interior design of vehicles. As the course progresses, you'll cover more advanced CAD projects using Alias. You can also work on collaborative projects with Product Design.
In your final year, you'll complete a major design project in your own area of interest. You'll also have the chance to exhibit your work to the general public and potential employers at our end of year show and the New Designers show in London.