The Product Design for Innovation master of science programme is a product development course (from consumer goods to transports, from furniture to product-service systems) integrating experimentation, design and enterprise activities to tackle relevant real-world issues. It offers an in depth understanding of the practice and management of design and approaches to innovation in a complex context, involving advanced technical, design and social parameters.
This master of science programme is intended for those seeking professional knowledge at the highest level in the design of products, services and experiences that define new product opportunities. The programme focuses on educating product designers who can think creatively, who can manage and lead multidisciplinary design teams, ready to deal with emerging technologies and future scenarios, open to the exploration of alternative design solutions.
Who can apply
In order to be eligible to apply to a Laurea (equivalent to bachelor degree) programme, you must hold a secondary school qualification conferred after a minimum of 12 years of schooling (overall). Moreover, you must have achieved your qualification after at least 2 years of attendance of the same education system.
In order to complete the enrolment procedures you need to prepare the following documents in the country where the educational system of the school issuing your diploma belongs to (for example: for a school with British educational system in Peruvian territory the authorities of reference are those of the UK).
You will then consign the original documents upon official enrolment. Documents at point 1, 3, 4 and 5 must be duly apostilled (only if the country where the diploma has been achieved is part of the Hague Convention abolishing requirement for legalization of foreign public documents). Apostilles authenticate the seals and signatures of officials on public documents, so that they can be recognized in foreign countries that are parties of the Convention.
Note: only English mother tongue students and those who can prove that English was the medium of instruction of their secondary studies are exempted from providing an English language certification. In this last case, students are required to provide an official document, issued by the school or the government, certifying that English was their medium of instruction.