Design degrees

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The future of design lies in your hands.

The UK design industry is growing at twice the industry average and despite the uncertainty of the last few years, it has proven to be incredibly resilient and adaptive to change. In 2020*, as many as one in twenty workers in the UK (1.97 million people) worked within the design economy, in roles that span everything from product design and graphics to UX and architecture.


Why choose Ravensbourne? 

When you become part of Ravensbourne’s collaborative community, you will be taught by staff who have an unparalleled knowledge of industry – many are current design professionals with their own practices.  

As a young designer, you will be in the heart of London’s Design District, in one of the leading creative cities in the world. In terms of location, it doesn’t get much better.  

Based in such a prime location, you’ll be exposed to industry from the get-go. You’ll have many opportunities to visit design studios and attend exhibitions and industry events.  

Your learning will always be aligned with industry, but the teaching will also promote your own individual creativity. We empower you to make your own unique mark on the world of design. 

Oshane Woodhouse

Graphic Design

Kickstart your creative career in design

Whether you are a physical or digital designer, the most successful creators use applied design thinking to solve creative problems and influence decision making. 

Roles that designers work within in are vast in scope and all depend on your particular specialism. While physical designers create for an array of product packaging, furniture, buildings, and consumer goods, digital designers might find work in advertising, marketing or in the creation of virtual spaces such as games or apps. 

Alice Parker

Meet some of our friendly lecturers

Our academic team are passionate about what they do and are committed to the students during their studies and beyond.

Design successes

Our design students and alumni are prolific award winners, constantly innovating and shaking up industry. Check out what they have been up to in this selection of articles and blogs from across the design disciplines.

Bradley O'Neill