Our specialist and digitally innovative postgraduate degree courses apply the lens of design thinking to business and professional practice.
Creating a genuine learning environment based on experiential learning has defined our approach to postgraduate study at Ravensbourne. This draws on the transdisciplinary and collaborative nature of design, technology and innovation, how we find ways of translating creative ideas into professional practice, services, business and civic environments.
Those that join postgraduate studies at Ravensbourne will be part of a rich mix of individuals - architects, entrepreneurs, virtual and augmented reality specialists, artists, engineers, graphic designers, luxury brand professionals, project managers, product designers, business consultants – all learning and working together to explore new professional practices, to question received wisdom and to articulate a sense of meaning and purpose around innovation, digital spaces and design thinking.
The postgraduate courses form two distinct areas:
Please note applications for the academic year 2017/18 are still open until further notice. Apply now.
See our student-led postgraduate platform with best projects here: ravensbournepost.com
Many of our courses are Creative Skillset accredited.
All our Master courses are validated by the University of the Arts London (UAL).
Superhuman - Ravensbourne Postgraduate Degree Show 2016
The Superhuman 2016 Ravensbourne Postgraduate exhibition explores this vital paradox through a broad range of creative practices and human centric-design. The show comprises interdisciplinary design works, fashion and art installations from postgraduate students representing twenty two nations.
Postgraduate course showcase
See our postgraduate students’ work that presents an imaginative and compelling vision of the future of design and making.
Lost in the Moment
An audiovisual installation by postgraduate students in Ravensbourne.
Influx - sound visualisation glasses for hearing impaired people
Over 5 weeks this cross-disciplinary group project will speculate about inclusive and sustainable futures.
In this installation, the artists intend to explore the topic of intimacy through a creative integration between fashion and technology.
Designing the future: A community workshop
VR Interface Design Pre-Visualisation Methods
Michael Alger a postgraduate student at Ravensbourne, now VR designer at Google California, introduces his final project.
- MA Wearable Futures
- MA Fashion
- MSc Applied Technologies: Rapid Prototyping and Digital Technologies
- MA Wearable Futures
- MA/MSc Interactive Digital Media
- MA Interactive Product Futures
- MA Communication Design
- MA Moving Image
- MA Visual Effects
- MA Environment Design
- MDES Design Management Innovation
- MDES Service Design Innovation
- MDES Luxury Brand Management Innovation
- MDES Social Innovation
- MArch Architecture
Write to us: Department of Postgraduate Studies, Ravensbourne, 6 Penrose Way, Greenwich, SE10 0EW
Postgraduate application enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org