The two-year-long program is structured around four on-campus academic terms of coursework and thesis development, and one academic term between the first and second year, dedicated to independent creative research within a supportive community.
As a student, you will explore and challenge our relations with technology in various contexts, including ethics and data. In a practice and research-based environment, you will be encouraged to question and re-consider current assumptions connected to how we engage with one another and the world around us.
Research seminars, studio classes, public presentations and exhibitions, and a series of lectures from renowned designers will inform and supplement your practice, and deepen your professional development.
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