Study Design in Norway

Study Design in Norway

Studying Design

Design can fulfil functional as well as aesthetical purposes while also considering economical and social aspects. Design studies can have a very different focus and scale. Whereas industrial design is focused on designing products, urban design is considering the arrangement, appearance and functionality towns and cities.

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Studying in Norway

The UN consistently ranks Norway as having the highest standard of living in the world based largely on average levels of education and income, combined with expected length of lifetime.

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7 Design Master's degrees in Norway

M.Sc. Ship Design

A ship is a very complex organism. Various systems act in concert to perform the different tasks a ship may be designed to carry out. Aalesund University College is situated in the middle of the worlds largest maritime cluster, and you will benefit from international and regional expertise.

Department of Technology and Nautical Sciences
Master Product Design

The Product Design programme from Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences focuses on empowering students by combining theoretical and practical knowledge. Through learning activities, students acquire skills to make the choices necessary for the creation of high-quality products.

Faculty of Technology, Art and Design
M.Sc. Product and System Design

Advanced Maritime Operations are in the center of Western Norway’s shipping activities. The future for product- and system design is unlimited. You can be part of moulding the offshore-future with a Master’s Degree in Product and System Design from Aalesund University College.

Department of Technology and Nautical Sciences
M.Sc. Engineering Design

Product forming is one of the most important competition factors for producers of all kinds of products. With a Masters Degree in Engineering Design from UIT the Arctic University of Norway, you will be a very attractive commodity in an exciting employment market.

Department of Technology
Master Interaction Design

In a society where computers are pervasive, and digital interfaces and interactivity are everywhere, it is of increasing importance that we ensure inclusive, intuitive and efficient human-computer interaction. In addition to developing the right functionalities, we need to ensure positive user experiences and usability for all users in the contexts of use. 

M.A. Design

The MA programme in Design at Bergen National Academy of the Arts offers practical, methodological as well as theoretical skills to work with design at an advanced level – functionally, aesthetically as well as ethically.