289 Masters in Design

Design can fulfil functional as well as aesthetical purposes and during the design process, also economical as well as social aspects have to be considered. Studies in the area of design can have a very different focus and scale. Whereas industrial design is focused on designing of products, urban design is considering the arrangement, appearance and functionality of whole towns and cities.


Find and compare 289 Masters in Design in United Kingdom. Below is a selection of the available study options. If you're interested in studying Design in United Kingdom you can view all 289 Master's programmes. You can also read more about the Design discipline in general or about studying in United Kingdom.

Suggested Study Programmes

  • Master in Technology and Learning Design

    The way education is designed and delivered is changing. Technology is opening up new models of learning, new channels, new techniques. At the same time, educational material in all its forms has never been so readily available. The challenge is to design the best possible methodologies for delivering it successfully to learners.This Master of Arts in Technology and Learning Design seeks to equip students with the solutions to that very issue.

  • Master in Environment Design

    Ravensbourne’s MA Environment Design is designed to help students testing and illustrating interior and exterior design opportunities and constraints through drawings and models. The MA Environment Design course gives young professionals the skills and knowledge they need successfully to develop and sell their individual spatial design ideas.

  • Master in Communication Design

    Ravensbourne’s MA Communication Design gives recent graduates and professionals working in the creative industries a clear career advantage in an increasingly competitive employment marketplace. It provides an environment that facilitates the in-depth study of a subject specialism whilst also maximising the opportunity for engagement and collaboration with a wider range of creative disciplines and a broader postgraduate academic community.

  • Master in Fashion

    Ravensbourne’s MA Fashion course is a forward-looking course that has cross-fertilisation and collaboration at its core. The course focuses on the importance of conceptual and commercial research and critical analysis. Ultimately, we foster a creative and entrepreneurial culture that consists of professional thinkers who are dynamic, informed and pro-active.

  • Master in Design

    This course is ideal if you want to improve your career prospects, start your own business or develop your skills in a particular design direction.

  • Master in Professional Certificate in Fashion Branding and PR

    In this course you will study fundamental principles of fashion branding and public relations. You will develop an understanding of how communications between brands and the media, press and clients are designed to reflect fashion branding and messages for different market levels and audiences.

  • Master in Fashion, Design and Luxury Management

    Our master's programme has been carefully designed to prepare you for one of the most exciting and fastest growing industries in the world; the luxury brands and goods sector. You will be learning and developing all the business and management skills required to be successful within the fashion and design industries, providing you with the competitive edge to drive your career forward.

  • Master in Service Design Innovation, MDes

    Services are an integral part of the 21st century. Globalisation, digital technologies and social changes create opportunities for designers to drive innovations in services. Ravensbourne’s MDes Service Design aims to develop designers who can apply design methods strategically to create better services.

  • Master in M Innov - Master of Innovation / MFA - Master of Fine Arts

    This is a two-year programme to obtain a Master of Fine Arts or Master of Innovation. Instead of leaving with a Master of Arts under specific circumstances, for example academic merit, you can continue into a second year and gain a Master of Fine Arts or a Master of Innovation. This will allow you to enjoy a further period of postgraduate study in which to research, experiment and innovate.

  • Master in Design Management

    This course offers a unique insight into how creativity and design can best be managed or used as a strategic tool that can contribute to leadership, sustainability and business or social innovation.

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