Two Year Industry-Focused MScs (UK/China)

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Deadline for application: ASAP

Two year industry focused MScs with £16K bursary and six month project in China. Students and graduates from a product, industrial design or digital and creative background are encouraged to apply.

Successful applicants will:

  • Carry out in-depth studies in Design, together with foundation-level studies in entrepreneurship, science and technology
  • Be immersed in intensive Chinese language and cultural studies
  • Undertake two substantial collaborative projects, one with a business in the UK and one based in China Participate in business and cultural seminars to prepare you for working abroad and with business
  • Develop new products, processes and services for international markets
  • Receive a tax-free bursary £16,000 to help with your living costs (tuition fees still apply)

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The programme is part-funded by the Higher Education Funding Council’s Catalyst Fund, the University and Lancashire County Council, and is working closely with the Chinese Academy of Science, the Chambers of Commerce, UK Trade and Investment, Technology Strategy Board and the China-Britain Business Council.

“Completing the MSc International Innovation course and going to China will make me a unique person and mean I stand out from the crowd” (Egbal Aslami, 2014 design candidate)



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