Design Museum




Complementing and extending the university experience of design, the Design Museum Higher Education programme capitalizes on the museum as a site for learning, exchange and critical debate about modern and contemporary design and its professional contexts.

Running alongside the public programme of talks and events by leading, key figures in design, the HE programme aims to establish the museum as a key UK resource within the design and architecture sector and a cultural must-see for all students, offering rich content and specialist insight into the professional world of contemporary design.

Next in the 'Industry Insights' HE talks series
If you are planning a visit to Designs of The Year 2014, don't miss your chance to take part in its accompanying HE student event, Industry Insights | Human Centred Design, on 25 April 2014 (in tandem with the Big Design 2014 awards reception -see below).

Big Design 2014
This is a current Higher Education pilot programme, funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, co-created in partnership with the Royal College of Art's Service Design MA and delivered with a range of high-calibre Industry Partners.
The programme is supported by a dynamic web platform called 'Live Hub.' Visit the site now to find out about Big Design and see design methods in action as the student teams respond to the In the Making exhibition to develop sustainable solutions. Meet the students and experience their innovations first-hand at Big Design Live on 25 April 2014.

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The student membership package offers unlimited entry to all exhibitions, members previews and more for just £35.

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